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Adjective
That which saves or redeems something from an otherwise bad state or condition
“The desert's saving grace is a fertile strip in the north watered by the Euphrates River as it flows southeast.”
Adjective
(dated) Thrifty or frugal in character or nature
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“Astwood was a saving miser, who lent money to his fellow-servitors on usury.”
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(dated) Bringing back in returns or in receipts the sum expended
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“After due trial, this purpose of the expedition was abandoned, and a more profitable occupation was found in trying for fish and furs, which were to be the last refuge to secure a saving voyage.”
Adjective
(of a system) Capable of maximizing productivity at no expense of extra resources
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Saving
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Maintaining
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Using, exercising or showing caution
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Full of virtue, having excellent moral character
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Noun
A reduction in the amount of time, money or resources used
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“The newly proposed system will result in a saving of time, labor and space.”
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The act or state of being thrifty or frugal with time, money or resources
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“Using this service also typically results in a saving when it comes to paying for other accountancy services at the year-end.”
Noun
That which has been saved over time, especially money
“He now overcame that profligacy in monied matters which had so much embarrassed his former years, and accumulated a significant saving out of the profits of his office.”
Noun
A discount or reduction in the price of consumer costs
Noun
The act of keeping something in a safe or entire state
Noun
An act of saving or being saved from danger, difficulty or confinement
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The act of saving or protecting something, or a means to do so
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A reduction in the price of something for a certain category of person
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The action of abating or being abated; ending or subsiding
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Preposition
With, or to, the exclusion of
“He was abetted and supported by the social enthusiasm of the entire family, saving one notable exception.”
Conjunction
Except for the fact that
“A group of swaggering males, who would have been working-class, saving the fact that they weren't in work, were indulging in mock displays for their own amusement.”
Conjunction
Except on a specified condition
Verb
Present participle for to remove or rescue (someone) from danger or harm
“The karateka would save Princess Mariko from the evil Akuma.”
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Present participle for to prevent or protect (something) from being destroyed
“The family would manage to save some of their sentimental belongings from being lost in their burning home.”
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Present participle for to store or set aside for future use
“Heed my advice. Do as I say. Save a little money for a rainy day.”
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Present participle for to be frugal and not spend one's money
“He has decided to save for a new, and expensive, digital camera.”
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Present participle for to preserve (something) by not expending or using it
“I have learned to save my time and energy for more important matters.”
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Present participle for to avoid, lessen, or guard against
“Avoiding these simple mistakes will save a lot of trouble in the long run.”
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Present participle for to set apart for a special use
“I will save these blue suede shoes for a special occasion.”
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