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save 1

 (sāv)
v. saved, sav·ing, saves
v.tr.
1.
a. To rescue from harm, danger, or loss: The lifeguard saved the struggling swimmer.
b. To prevent from dying: The doctors saved the patient.
c. To set free from the consequences of sin; redeem: prayed to save his soul.
2. To keep in a safe or healthy condition: God save King Richard!
3.
a. To hold back for future use: saved his best song for the encore.
b. To avoid spending (money) so as to keep or accumulate it.
c. To avoid spending (money or time) in an amount less than what circumstances normally require: saved $25 at the sale; saved 15 minutes by taking a shortcut.
d. To prevent the waste or loss of; conserve: bought an efficient device that saves electricity.
e. To treat with care by avoiding fatigue, wear, or damage; spare: wore sunglasses to save his eyesight.
4.
a. To make unnecessary; obviate: By carrying two bags you can save an extra trip.
b. To spare (someone) from having to do something.
5.
a. Sports To prevent (a goal) from being scored by blocking a shot. Used of a goalie.
b. To prevent an opponent from scoring (a point).
c. To preserve a victory in (a game).
d. Baseball To preserve (another pitcher's win) by protecting one's team's lead during a stint of relief pitching.
6. Computers To copy (a file) from a computer's main memory to a disk or other storage medium.
v.intr.
1. To avoid waste or expense; economize.
2. To accumulate money: saving for a vacation.
3. To preserve a person or thing from harm or loss.
n.
1. Sports An act that prevents a ball or puck from entering a goal.
2. Baseball A preservation by a relief pitcher of another pitcher's win.
Idiom:
save (one's) breath
To refrain from a futile appeal or effort: Save your breath; you can't dissuade them.

[Middle English saven, from Old French sauver, from Late Latin salvāre, from Latin salvus, safe; see sol- in Indo-European roots.]

sav′a·ble, save′a·ble adj.
sav′er n.
Synonyms: save1, rescue, reclaim, redeem, deliver
These verbs mean freeing a person or thing from danger, evil, confinement, or servitude. Save is the most general: The smallpox vaccine has saved many lives. A police officer saved the tourist from being cheated. Rescue usually implies saving from immediate harm or danger by direct action: rescue a rare manuscript from a fire. Reclaim can mean to bring a person back, as from error to virtue or to right or proper conduct: "To reclaim me from this course of life was the sole cause of his journey to London" (Henry Fielding).
To redeem is to free someone from captivity or the consequences of sin or error; the term can imply the expenditure of money or effort: The amount paid to redeem the captured duke was enormous. Deliver applies to liberating people from something such as captivity, misery, or peril: "consigned to a state of wretchedness from which no human efforts will deliver them" (George Washington).

save 2

 (sāv)
prep.
With the exception of; except: "No man enjoys self-reproach save a masochist" (Philip Wylie).
conj.
1. Were it not; except: The house would be finished by now, save that we had difficulty contracting a roofer.
2. Unless.

[Middle English, from Old French sauf, from Latin salvō, ablative sing. of salvus, safe; see sol- in Indo-European roots.]

save

(seɪv)
vb
1. (tr) to rescue, preserve, or guard (a person or thing) from danger or harm
2. to avoid the spending, waste, or loss of (money, possessions, etc)
3. (Theology) (tr) to deliver from sin; redeem
4. (often foll by up) to set aside or reserve (money, goods, etc) for future use
5. (tr) to treat with care so as to avoid or lessen wear or degeneration: use a good light to save your eyes.
6. (tr) to prevent the necessity for; obviate the trouble of: good work now will save future revision.
7. (General Sporting Terms) (tr) sport to prevent (a goal) by stopping (a struck ball or puck)
8. (intr) chiefly US (of food) to admit of preservation; keep
n
9. (General Sporting Terms) sport the act of saving a goal
10. (Computer Science) computing an instruction to write information from the memory onto a tape or disk
[C13: from Old French salver, via Late Latin from Latin salvus safe]
ˈsavable, ˈsaveable adj
ˈsavableness, ˈsaveableness n
ˈsaver n

save

(seɪv)
prep
(often foll by for) Also: saving with the exception of
conj
but; except
[C13 sauf, from Old French, from Latin salvō, from salvus safe]

save1

(seɪv)

v. saved, sav•ing,
n. v.t.
1. to rescue from danger or possible harm or loss.
2. to keep safe, intact, or unhurt; safeguard: God save the United States.
3. to keep from being lost: tried to save the game.
4. to avoid the spending, consumption, or waste of: to save fuel.
5. to set aside, reserve, or lay by: to save money.
6. to treat carefully in order to reduce wear, fatigue, etc.
7. to prevent the occurrence, use, or necessity of; obviate.
8. to deliver from the power and consequences of sin.
9. to copy (computer data) onto a hard or floppy disk, a tape, etc.
10. to stop (a ball or puck) from entering one's goal.
v.i.
11. to lay up money as the result of economy or thrift.
12. to be economical in expenditure.
13. to preserve something from harm, loss, etc.
n.
14. a goalkeeper's act of preventing a goal.
15. (in baseball) a statistical credit given a relief pitcher for preserving a team's victory by holding its lead.
[1175–1225; Middle English sa(u)ven < Old French sauver < Late Latin salvāre to save, derivative of Latin salvus safe, unharmed]
sav′a•ble, save′a•ble, adj.
sav′er, n.

save2

(seɪv)

prep.
1. except; but: They all left save one.
conj.
2. except; but: He would have gone, save that he had no money for travel.
[1250–1300; Middle English; variant of safe]

save


Past participle: saved
Gerund: saving

Imperative
save
save
Present
I save
you save
he/she/it saves
we save
you save
they save
Preterite
I saved
you saved
he/she/it saved
we saved
you saved
they saved
Present Continuous
I am saving
you are saving
he/she/it is saving
we are saving
you are saving
they are saving
Present Perfect
I have saved
you have saved
he/she/it has saved
we have saved
you have saved
they have saved
Past Continuous
I was saving
you were saving
he/she/it was saving
we were saving
you were saving
they were saving
Past Perfect
I had saved
you had saved
he/she/it had saved
we had saved
you had saved
they had saved
Future
I will save
you will save
he/she/it will save
we will save
you will save
they will save
Future Perfect
I will have saved
you will have saved
he/she/it will have saved
we will have saved
you will have saved
they will have saved
Future Continuous
I will be saving
you will be saving
he/she/it will be saving
we will be saving
you will be saving
they will be saving
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been saving
you have been saving
he/she/it has been saving
we have been saving
you have been saving
they have been saving
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been saving
you will have been saving
he/she/it will have been saving
we will have been saving
you will have been saving
they will have been saving
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been saving
you had been saving
he/she/it had been saving
we had been saving
you had been saving
they had been saving
Conditional
I would save
you would save
he/she/it would save
we would save
you would save
they would save
Past Conditional
I would have saved
you would have saved
he/she/it would have saved
we would have saved
you would have saved
they would have saved

save

1. To store a program or document either internally on the computer’s hard disk or externally, usually on tape or disk.
2. Made by the goalkeeper or another player to stop the ball from entering the goal.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.save - (sports) the act of preventing the opposition from scoringsave - (sports) the act of preventing the opposition from scoring; "the goalie made a brilliant save"; "the relief pitcher got credit for a save"
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
prevention, bar - the act of preventing; "there was no bar against leaving"; "money was allocated to study the cause and prevention of influenza"
Verb1.save - save from ruin, destruction, or harm
rescue, deliver - free from harm or evil
2.save - to keep up and reserve for personal or special use; "She saved the old family photographs in a drawer"
record, enter, put down - make a record of; set down in permanent form
keep, hold on - retain possession of; "Can I keep my old stuffed animals?"; "She kept her maiden name after she married"
economize, husband, economise, conserve - use cautiously and frugally; "I try to economize my spare time"; "conserve your energy for the ascent to the summit"
3.save - bring into safety; "We pulled through most of the victims of the bomb attack"
rescue, deliver - free from harm or evil
4.save - spend less; buy at a reduced price
scrimp, stint, skimp - subsist on a meager allowance; "scratch and scrimp"
5.save - accumulate money for future use; "He saves half his salary"
cache, hive up, hoard, lay away, squirrel away, stash - save up as for future use
6.save - make unnecessary an expenditure or effortsave - make unnecessary an expenditure or effort; "This will save money"; "I'll save you the trouble"; "This will save you a lot of time"
foreclose, forestall, preclude, prevent, forbid - keep from happening or arising; make impossible; "My sense of tact forbids an honest answer"; "Your role in the projects precludes your involvement in the competitive project"
7.save - save from sins
organized religion, religion, faith - an institution to express belief in a divine power; "he was raised in the Baptist religion"; "a member of his own faith contradicted him"
8.save - refrain from harming
favour, favor - treat gently or carefully
refrain, forbear - resist doing something; "He refrained from hitting him back"; "she could not forbear weeping"
9.save - spend sparingly, avoid the waste of; "This move will save money"; "The less fortunate will have to economize now"
expend, spend, drop - pay out; "spend money"
tighten one's belt - live frugally and use less resources; "In the new economy, we all have to learn to tighten our belts"
10.save - retain rights to; "keep my job for me while I give birth"; "keep my seat, please"; "keep open the possibility of a merger"
keep, hold on - retain possession of; "Can I keep my old stuffed animals?"; "She kept her maiden name after she married"
book, reserve, hold - arrange for and reserve (something for someone else) in advance; "reserve me a seat on a flight"; "The agent booked tickets to the show for the whole family"; "please hold a table at Maxim's"
11.save - record data on a computer; "boot-up instructions are written on the hard disk"
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
record, tape - register electronically; "They recorded her singing"
overwrite - write new data on top of existing data and thus erase the previously existing data; "overwrite that file"

save

verb
1. rescue, free, release, deliver, recover, get out, liberate, salvage, redeem, bail out, come to someone's rescue, set free, save the life of, extricate, save someone's bacon (British informal) She could have saved him from this final disaster.
rescue risk, expose, endanger, imperil, threaten, abandon
2. keep, reserve, set aside, store, collect, gather, hold, hoard, hide away, lay by, put by, salt away, treasure up, keep up your sleeve (informal), put aside for a rainy day I thought we were saving money for a holiday.
keep use, spend, waste, blow (slang), consume, discard, squander, use up, splurge, fritter away, be extravagant (with)
3. protect, keep, guard, preserve, look after, take care of, safeguard, salvage, conserve, keep safe a final attempt to save 40,000 jobs
4. budget, be economical, economize, scrimp and save, retrench, be frugal, make economies, be thrifty, tighten your belt (informal), watch your pennies, draw in your horns The majority of people intend to save.
5. put aside, keep, reserve, collect, retain, set aside, amass, put by Scraps of material were saved, cut up and pieced together for quilts.
6. prevent, avoid, spare, rule out, avert, forestall, obviate, make unnecessary This will save the expense and trouble of buying two pairs.
preposition
1. apart from, but, other than, excluding, besides, except for, aside from, not counting There is almost no water, save that brought up from bore holes.

save

verb
1. To extricate, as from danger or confinement:
Idiom: come to the rescue of.
2. To protect (an asset) from loss or destruction:
3. To use without wasting:
4. To reserve for the future.Also used with up:
5. To accumulate and set aside for future use.Also used with up:
Translations
مَنْع الفَريق الآخَر من تَسْجيل أهدافيَحْفَظ مَعلومات في الحاسوبيَدَّخِريَصون، يُنْقِذ من الخَطيئَهيَمْنَع الفَريق الآخر من تَسْجيل أهْداف
zachránitkroměochránitodložitschovat si
redderedningskånesparespare op
ŝpari
säästääsäilyttäätallentaapelastaa
spasitištedjetispremitistaviti sa strane
idő: idõt megtakarítidő: idõt pocsékolmegment
bjargabjörgun, vörnfrelsakoma í veg fyrir mark, verjanema
・・・を蓄える取っておく救う
구해주다저축하다한쪽에 두다
aiztaupītatsist uzbrukumuatvairītglābtizglābt
ajutasalva
uchovaťušetriťzabránenie gólu
rešitishranitivarčevatibraniti
sparalägga åt sidanrädda
เก็บไว้เก็บสำรองไว้ช่วยชีวิต
biriktirmekkurtarmakvakit kazanmak/harcamak-den başkadışında
cứutiết kiệm

save

1 [seɪv]
A. VT
1. (= rescue) [+ person in danger] → rescatar, salvar; [+ lives, jobs] → salvar (Rel) [+ soul] → salvar
she wants to save the worldquiere salvar el mundo
firefighters were unable to save the childrenlos bomberos no pudieron rescatar or salvar a los niños
they accepted a pay cut to save their jobshan aceptado una reducción de sueldo para salvar sus puestos de trabajo
to save the day reinforcements sent by the Allies saved the daylos refuerzos que enviaron los Aliados los sacaron del apuro
to save faceguardar las apariencias
to save sth/sb from sth/doing sth he saved the company from bankruptcysalvó a la empresa de la bancarrota
he saved me from falling/drowningme salvó de caerme/de morir ahogado, impidió que me cayera/que muriera ahogado
you have to save these people from themselvestienes que salvar a esta gente del daño de sus propias acciones
to save sb's lifesalvar la vida a algn
I can't sing to save my lifesoy una negada para cantar
I put out a hand to save myselfestiré el brazo y me agarré con la mano para salvarme de una caída
to save the situation = to save the day to save one's bacon or one's (own) skinsalvar el pellejo
all he's bothered about is saving his own skinlo único que le importa es salvar el pellejo
to save sb's ass or butt (esp US) → salvar el pellejo a algn
2. (= preserve, conserve) to save a building for posterityconservar un edificio para la posteridad
I'm saving my voice for the concertestoy reservando la voz para el concierto
to save o.s. for sthreservarse para algo
God save the Queen!¡Dios salve or guarde a la Reina!
to save one's strength (for sth)conservar or reservar (las) fuerzas (para algo)
3. (= keep, put aside) (gen) → guardar; [+ money] (also save up) → ahorrar
to save sb sth; to save sth for sbguardar algo a algn
we've saved you a piece of cakete hemos guardado un pedazo de tarta
to save sth till lastguardar algo para el final
he saved the best till last, scoring two goals in the final ten minutesguardó lo mejor para el final, marcando dos goles en los últimos diez minutos
save me a seatguárdame un asiento
if you save six tokens you get a free booksi junta or reúne seis vales, recibirá un libro gratis
4. (= not spend) [+ time] → ahorrar, ganar; [+ money] → ahorrar; [+ trouble] → evitar, ahorrar
we did it to save timelo hicimos para ahorrar or ganar tiempo
it saved us a lot of troublenos evitó or ahorró muchas molestias
it will save me an hourganaré una hora
that way you save £10así (te) ahorras 10 libras
it saves fueleconomiza or ahorra combustible
to save sb (from) sth/doing sth: it saves me (from) having to make a decisionme ahorra or evita tener que tomar una decisión
I'll take him, it'll save you the journeyyo lo llevaré, así te ahorras or evitas el viaje
save your breathno gastes saliva (en balde)
5. (Sport) [+ penalty, shot] → parar
to save a goalhacer una parada, parar un disparo a gol
6. (Comput) → archivar, guardar
B. VI
1. (also save up) → ahorrar
he's saving for a new bikeestá ahorrando (dinero) para (comprarse) una bici nueva
2. (= economize)
to save on sth to save on petrolahorrar gasolina
the new system saves on staff timeel nuevo sistema economiza el tiempo del personal
appliances that save on houseworkaparatos que aligeran las tareas domésticas
3. (US) (= keep) [food] → conservarse, aguantar
C. N (Sport) → parada f
to make a savehacer una parada
SAVE THE CHILDREN
Save the Children es una organización benéfica fundada en el Reino Unido en 1919 para ayudar a los niños que sufrieron las secuelas de la Revolución Rusa y de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Hoy en día se dedica a ofrecer ayuda de emergencia a los niños de todo el mundo que sufren de inanición o son víctimas de los efectos de guerras y desastres naturales y desarrolla proyectos a largo plazo para mejorar la higiene, la nutrición y la educación, además de luchar para que los gobiernos den prioridad a los derechos de los niños.

save

2 [seɪv] PREP (liter) → salvo
all save onetodos excepto or menos uno
save forexcepto
save thatexcepto que ...

save

[ˈseɪv]
vt
(= rescue) [+ person, belongings] → sauver
Luckily, all the passengers were saved → Heureusement, tous les passagers ont été sauvés.
to save sb's life → sauver la vie à qn
to save face → sauver la face
God save the Queen! → vive la Reine!
[+ money] (= put aside) → mettre de côté (= make a saving of) → économiser
I've saved £50 already → J'ai déjà mis cinquante livres de côté.
I saved £20 by waiting for the sales → J'ai économisé vingt livres en attendant les soldes.
to save money on sth → économiser sur qch
[+ time] → gagner
to save time (in order to)pour gagner du temps
We took a taxi to save time → Nous avons pris un taxi pour gagner du temps.
to save sb time → faire gagner du temps à qn
It saved us time → Ça nous a fait gagner du temps.
It will save me an hour → Ça me fera gagner une heure.
(= keep) [+ food, receipt] → garder
to save sth for later → garder qch pour plus tard
to save sb sth, to save sth for sb → garder qch à qn
I saved you a piece of birthday cake → Je t'ai gardé un morceau du gâteau d'anniversaire.
Will you save me a place at your table? → Tu peux me garder une place à ta table?
(COMPUTING) [+ file, work, data] → sauvegarder
I saved the file onto a diskette → J'ai sauvegardé le fichier sur disquette.
(= avoid) [+ trouble, work, effort] → éviter
to save o.s. work → s'éviter du travail
vi (also save up) (= put money aside) → mettre de l'argent de côté
to save for sth, to save up for sth → mettre de l'argent de côté pour qch
I'm saving up for a new bike → Je mets de l'argent à côté pour un nouveau vélo.
n
(SPORT)arrêt m (du ballon)
He made a brilliant save → Il a fait un superbe arrêt.
prep (= except) → sauf, à l'exception de

save

1
n (Ftbl etc) → Ballabwehr f; what a save!eine tolle Parade!; he made a fantastic saveer hat den Ball prima abgewehrt or gehalten
vt
(= rescue, Rel also) → retten; to save somebody from somethingjdn vor etw (dat)retten; to save somebody from disaster/ruinjdn vor einer Katastrophe/dem Ruin bewahren or retten; he saved me from falling/making that mistakeer hat mich davor bewahrt hinzufallen/den Fehler zu machen; to save something from somethingetw aus etw retten; his goal saved the matchsein Tor hat das Spiel gerettet or herausgerissen (inf); to save the daydie Rettung sein; God save the QueenGott schütze die Königin; to save a building for posterityein Gebäude der Nachwelt erhalten; to be saved by the bell (inf)gerade noch einmal davonkommen; to save one’s neck or ass (US sl) or butt (US inf) → seinen Kopf retten; to save somebody’s neck or ass (US sl) or butt (US inf) → jdn rauspauken (inf), → jdn retten
(= put by)aufheben, aufbewahren, aufsparen; moneysparen; (= collect) stamps etcsammeln; save some of the cake for melass mir etwas Kuchen übrig; save me a seathalte mir einen Platz frei; save it for later, I’m busy now (inf)spar dirs für später auf, ich habe jetzt zu tun (inf); save it! (inf)spar dir das! (inf); to save the best for lastdas Beste bis zum Schluss aufheben
(= avoid using up) fuel, time, space, moneysparen; (= spare) strength, eyes, batteryschonen; (= save up) strength, fuel etcaufsparen; that will save you £20 a weekdadurch sparen Sie £ 20 die Woche; going by plane will save you four hours on the train journeyder Flug spart dir vier Stunden Reisezeit im Vergleich zum Zug; you don’t save much by taking this short cutSie gewinnen nicht viel, wenn Sie diese Abkürzung nehmen; he’s saving himself for the big matcher schont sich für das große Spiel; he’s saving himself for the right womaner spart sich für die Richtige auf
(= prevent) bother, troubleersparen; at least it saved the rain coming ines hat wenigstens den Regen abgehalten; it’ll save a lot of hard work if we …es erspart uns (dat)sehr viel Mühe, wenn wir …; it saved us having to do it againdas hat es uns (dat)erspart, es noch einmal machen zu müssen; I’ve been saved a lot of expensemir blieben or mir wurden sehr viel Ausgaben erspart
goalverhindern; shot, penaltyhalten; well saved!gut gehalten!
(Comput) → speichern; to save asspeichern unter; to save something to disketw auf Diskette (ab)speichern or sichern
vi
(with money) → sparen; to save for somethingfür or auf etw (acc)sparen; save as you earn (Brit: = savings scheme) Sparprogramm, bei dem der monatliche Beitrag unversteuert bleibt
(inf: = keep, food) → sich halten; (news)warten können
(Comput) the file won’t savedie Datei lässt sich nicht sichern or abspeichern

save

2
prepaußer +dat
conj
(old, liter)es sei denn (geh)
save thatnur dass

save

1 [seɪv]
1. vt
a. (rescue, also) (Rel) to save (from)salvare (da)
to save sb from falling → impedire a qn di cadere
to save sb's life → salvare la vita a qn
I couldn't do it to save my life (fig) (fam) → sono completamente negato per quello
to save the situation or the day → salvare la situazione
to save one's (own) skin (fam) → salvare la (propria) pelle
to save face → salvare la faccia
to save a goal (Ftbl) → parare un goal
God save the Queen! → Dio salvi la Regina!
b. (put aside, money) (also save up) → risparmiare, mettere da parte; (food, newspapers) → conservare, tenere da parte; (collect, stamps) → raccogliere (Comput) → memorizzare
I saved you a piece of cake → ti ho tenuto da parte una fetta di dolce
save me a seat → prendimi un posto
to save sth till last → tenere qc per ultimo/a
c. (avoid using, money, effort) → risparmiare
it saved us a lot of trouble/another journey → ci ha risparmiato una bella seccatura/un altro viaggio
it will save me an hour → mi farà risparmiare un'ora
to save time ... → per risparmiare or guadagnare tempo...
save your breath → risparmia il fiato
2. vi
a. (also save up) to save (for)risparmiare (per)
b. to save on timerisparmiare tempo
to save on food/transport → risparmiare or economizzare sul vitto/trasporto
3. n (Sport) → parata

save

2 [seɪv] prep (liter) (old) → salvo, a eccezione di

save1

(seiv) verb
1. to rescue or bring out of danger. He saved his friend from drowning; The house was burnt but he saved the pictures.
2. to keep (money etc) for future use. He's saving (his money) to buy a bicycle; They're saving for a house.
3. to prevent the using or wasting of (money, time, energy etc). Frozen foods save a lot of trouble; I'll telephone and that will save me writing a letter.
4. in football etc, to prevent the opposing team from scoring a goal. The goalkeeper saved six goals.
5. to free from the power of sin and evil.
6. to keep data in the computer.
noun
(in football etc) an act of preventing the opposing team from scoring a goal.
ˈsaver noun
a person or thing that saves, avoids waste etc. The telephone is a great time-saver.
ˈsaving noun
a way of saving money etc or the amount saved in this way. It's a great saving to be able to make one's own clothes.
ˈsavings noun plural
money saved up. He keeps his savings in the bank.
saviour , (American) savior (ˈseivjə) noun
1. (usually with capital) a person or god who saves people from sin, hell etc.
2. a person who rescues a person etc from danger etc. He was the saviour of his country.
saving grace
a good quality that makes up for a fault. His speeches are boring but they have the saving grace of being short.
savings account
an account in a bank or post office on which interest is paid.
savings bank
a bank that receives small savings and gives interest.
save up
to save. He's been saving up for a new bike.

save2

(seiv) preposition, conjunction
except. All save him had gone; We have no news save that the ship reached port safely.

save

يَدَّخِر, يُنْقِذُ, يُوَفِّرُ odložit, schovat si, zachránit lægge til side, redde, spare op beiseite legen, retten, sparen αποθηκεύω, αποταμιεύω, σώζω ahorrar, dejar a un lado, guardar, salvar pelastaa, säästää garder, mettre de côté, sauver spasiti, staviti sa strane, štedjeti conservare, mettere da parte, salvare ・・・を蓄える, 取っておく, 救う 구해주다, 저축하다, 한쪽에 두다 opsparen, opzijzetten, redden legge til side, spare odłożyć, oszczędzać, uratować deixar de lado, pôr de lado, poupar, salvar откладывать, сохранить, сохранять lägga åt sidan, spara เก็บไว้, เก็บสำรองไว้, ช่วยชีวิต biriktirmek, kurtarmak cứu, tiết kiệm , , 节约

save

v. salvar, [energy, money] ahorrar; [time] aprovechar el tiempo.

save

vt salvar; We want to save your leg ..Queremos salvar su pierna.
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