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  • Edward had to take command of the left wing to save the situation.
  • A well of water then appeared so that it saved their lives.
  • Eventually this was done and at least a bit of history was saved.
  • He often said that any can be saved if they wish.
  • The same is true when a player takes every top card save for one on the cut.
  • Again, the famous clock was saved and put on the new stand.
  • Her young husband also died trying to save her.
  • He had long worked to save money and secure his family's future with real estate.
  • Such items were likely to be needed immediately, rather than saved for future trade.
  • If nothing is saved, or if additional damage is done, there will be no award.
  • The new birth being that what was lost through a woman, is now saved by a woman.
  • This trade saved both countries a lot of money in production and material costs.
  • It is usually possible to save a text conversation for later reference.
  • The former ran the whole enterprise into the ground, while the latter managed to save it.
  • The player can also save at any point.
  • If you only save a first cousin, the effect is very slight.
  • She believed that God loved everyone and wanted to save them all.
  • He tries to save himself, but is unable to do so.
  • Doing this in advance would save time and resources that could be used on the investigation.
  • A number of branch lines and local services were saved by this legislation.
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Meaning of save

  • noun (sports) the act of preventing the opposition from scoring
    the goalie made a brilliant save, the relief pitcher got credit for a save
  • verb To keep up and reserve for personal or special use
    She saved the old family photographs in a drawer
  • verb Bring into safety
    We pulled through most of the victims of the bomb attack
  • verb Spend less; buy at a reduced price
  • verb Accumulate money for future use
    He saves half his salary
  • verb Make unnecessary an expenditure or effort
    This will save money, I'll save you the trouble, This will save you a lot of time
  • verb Spend sparingly, avoid the waste of
    This move will save money, The less fortunate will have to economize now