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save /seɪv/ verb
save noun [countable]
save (also ˈsave for) preposition

ذخیره کردن ، نگهداشتن ، حفظ کردن ، نجارت دادن ، رهایی بخشیدن ، نگاه داشتن ، اندوختن ، پس انداز کردن ، فقط بجز ، بجز اینکه ، کامپیوتر: پس انداز کردن ، بازرگانی: صرفه جویی کردن ، پس انداز کردن ، ورزش: نجات دروازه ، علوم نظامی: نجات دادن پس انداز کردن
الکترونیک: ذخیره کردن ، پس انداز کردن ، کامپیوتر: نجات دروازه ، ورزشی: پس انداز کردن ، صرفه جویی کردن ، بازرگانی: نگهداشتن ، حفظ کردن ، نجات دادن پس انداز کردن ، علوم نظامی: پس انداز کردن ، اقتصاد: نجارت دادن ، رهایی بخشیدن ، نگاه داشتن ، اندوختن ، پس انداز کردن ، فقط بجز، بجز اینکه کامپیوتر: ذخیره کردن کامپیوتر: ذخیره کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- rescue, deliver, free, liberate, recover, redeem, salvage
- protect, conserve, guard, keep safe, look after, preserve, safeguard
- keep, collect, gather, hoard, hold, husband, lay by, put by, reserve, set aside, store
Antonyms: consume, spend
Contrasted words: desert, leave, condemn, damn, draw (out), withdraw, consume, spend, use up, lose, squander, waste
Related Idioms: snatch from the jaws of death, feather one's nest, keep as a nest egg, save for a rainy day, save to fall back on
Related Words: unchain, unshackle, defend, guard, protect, safeguard, shield, accumulate, cache, collect, stockpile, store (up), hoard, squirrel, stash (away), conserve, husband, manage, keep, reserve, set by, deposit, stow
English Thesaurus: close, shut, slam, draw the curtains, put the lid on something, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. save1 S1 W1 /seɪv/ verb
[Word Family: noun: save, saver, saving, savings, SAVIOUR/SAVIOR; verb: save]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: salver, from Late Latin salvare, from Latin salvus; safe1]

1. FROM HARM/DANGER [transitive] to make someone or something safe from danger, harm, or destruction ⇒ rescue:
Emergency aid could save millions threatened with starvation.
a new treatment that could save his life
She was determined to save her marriage.
the campaign to save the rain forests
save somebody/something from something
He saved the child from drowning.

2. MONEY [intransitive and transitive] (also save up) to keep money in a bank so that you can use it later, especially when you gradually add more money over a period of time:
He managed to save enough to buy a small house.
So far, I’ve saved about £500.
save for
I’m saving up for a new car.saver

3. NOT WASTE [transitive] (also save on something) to use less money, time, energy etc so that you do not waste any Antonym : waste:
We’ll save a lot of time if we go by car.
Everyone is being encouraged to save energy.
ways to save money on heating bills
energy-saving/time-saving etc
money-saving ideas

4. TO USE LATER [transitive] to keep something so that you can use or enjoy it in the future:
We’ll save the rest of the food and have it later.
save something for something
I had a bottle of champagne which I’d been saving for a special occasion.

5. COLLECT [transitive] (also save something ↔ up) to keep all the objects of a particular kind that you can find, so that you can use them:
I’m saving up vouchers to get a cheap air ticket to the States.

6. HELP TO AVOID [transitive] to help someone by making it unnecessary for them to do something that they do not want to do:
If you lent me £5, it would save me a trip to the bank.
save somebody doing something
I’ll take the shopping home in the car to save you carrying it.
save somebody the trouble/bother (of doing something)
I’ll get a taxi from the station to save you the trouble of coming to collect me.

7. KEEP FOR SOMEBODY [transitive] to stop people from using something so that it is available for someone else:
Will you save me a seat?
save something for somebody
We’ll save some dinner for you if you’re late.

8. COMPUTER [intransitive and transitive] to make a computer keep the work that you have done on it:
Don’t forget to save before you close the file.
Did you save the changes that you made?

9. SPORT [intransitive and transitive] to stop the other team from scoring in a game such as football:
The goalkeeper just managed to save the shot.

10. you saved my life spoken used to thank someone who has helped you out of a difficult situation or solved a problem for you:
Thanks again for the loan – you really saved my life.

11. save sb’s skin/neck/bacon informal to help someone to escape from an extremely difficult or dangerous situation:
He lied in court to save his own skin.

12. save the day to stop things from going badly and make a situation end successfully:
A local businessman saved the day by donating £30,000 to the school.

13. save face to do something that will stop you from looking stupid or feeling embarrassed:
A compromise must be found which will allow both sides in the dispute to save face.face-saving

14. saving grace the one good thing that makes someone or something acceptable:
His sense of humour was his only saving grace.

15. somebody can’t do something to save his/her life informal to be completely unable to do something:
He couldn’t draw to save his life!

16. save your breath spoken used to tell someone that it is not worth saying anything, because nothing they say will make any difference to the situation:
I tried to explain, but she told me to save my breath.

17. save somebody from themselves to prevent someone from doing something that they want to do but that you think is harmful

18. RELIGION [intransitive and transitive] in the Christian church, to free someone from the power of evil and bring them into the Christian religion:
Jesus came to save sinners.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. save2 noun [countable]
[Word Family: noun: save, saver, saving, savings, SAVIOUR/SAVIOR; verb: save]
an action in which a player in a game such as football prevents the other team from scoring:
Martin made a brilliant save from Nichol’s shot.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. save3 (also ˈsave for) preposition formal
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: sauf, from sauf (adjective); safe1]
She answered all the questions save one.
save that
Little is known about his early life, save that he had a brother.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. brilliant, excellent, fine, good, great, outstanding, spectacular, superb | crucial, important, vital | diving | one-handed
VERB + SAVE bring off, make, pull off Casillas made some spectacular saves.
PREP. ~ by/from some great saves from both keepers

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

I. keep sb/sth safe
VERB + SAVE be able/unable to, can/could, may, might (just) It's a trick that might just save us from total disaster.
help (to) She helped save my career.
battle to, try to Doctors battled to save the little boy's life.
manage to We managed to save the animals from being put down.
PREP. from They saved the paintings from destruction.
PHRASES an attempt/effort to save sth a last, desperate attempt to save his marriage
a battle/bid/campaign to save sth

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. not spend money
ADV. up
VERB + SAVE try to | manage to
PREP. for I'm trying to save up for my holiday.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. in football/hockey
ADV. brilliantly
PREP. from The goalie saved brilliantly from Johnson's long-range shot.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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