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saved, past tense; saved, past participle; saves, 3rd person singular present; saving, present participle;
  1. Except; other than
    • - no one needed to know save herself
    • - the kitchen was empty save for Boris
  1. Keep safe or rescue (someone or something) from harm or danger
    • - she saved a boy from drowning
  2. Prevent (someone) from dying
    • - the doctors did everything they could to save him
  3. (in Christian use) Preserve (a person's soul) from damnation

  4. Keep (someone) in health (used in exclamations and formulaic expressions)
    • - God save the Queen
  5. Keep and store up (something, esp. money) for future use
    • - she had never been able to save much from her salary
    • - you can save up for retirement in a number of ways
  6. Keep (data) by moving a copy to a storage location, esp. from memory
    • - save it to a new file
  7. Preserve (something) by not expending or using it
    • - save your strength till later
  8. Used to tell someone to stop talking
    • - save it, Joey—I'm in big trouble now
  9. Avoid the need to use up or spend (money, time, or other resources)
    • - save $20 on a new camcorder
    • - an efficient dishwasher would save them one year and three months at the sink
  10. Avoid, lessen, or guard against
    • - this approach saves wear and tear on the books
    • - the statement was made to save the government some embarrassment
  11. Prevent an opponent from scoring (a goal or point) in a game or from winning (the game)
    • - the powerful German saved three match points
  12. (of a relief pitcher in certain game situations) Finish (a game) while preserving a winning position gained by another pitcher

  13. (of a goalkeeper) Stop (a shot) from entering the goal

  1. An instance of a relief pitcher saving a game

  2. An act of preventing an opponent's scoring
    • - the keeper made a great save
  3. An act of saving data to a storage location, usually the hard drive
    • - the recovery feature enables you to retrieve most of the edits you made since the last save

  1. (sports) the act of preventing the opposition from scoring; "the goalie made a brilliant save"; "the relief pitcher got credit for a save"
  2. salvage: save from ruin, destruction, or harm
  3. to keep up and reserve for personal or special use; "She saved the old family photographs in a drawer"
  4. bring into safety; "We pulled through most of the victims of the bomb attack"
  5. spend less; buy at a reduced price
  6. accumulate money for future use; "He saves half his salary"
  7. Savé is a city in Benin, lying on the Cotonou-Parakou railway and the main north-south road. It is known for its local boulders, popular with climbers.
  8. Säve is a locality situated in Göteborg Municipality, Västra Götaland County, Sweden. It had 774 inhabitants in 2005.
  9. The Save (or Sabi) is a 400km river of southeastern Africa, flowing through Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The river has its source in Zimbabwe, some 80 km south of Harare, then flows south and then east, from the Zimbabwean highveld to its confluence with the Odzi River. ...
  10. The Sava is a river in southern Europe, a right side tributary of the Danube river at Belgrade. It is 945 km long and drains 95,719 km² of surface area. It flows through four countries: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina (making its northern border) and Serbia.
  11. In baseball, a save (abbreviated SV or S and save opportunity is "svo") is credited to a pitcher who finishes a game for the winning team under certain prescribed circumstances. ...
  12. The Save is a 143 km long river in southern France, left tributary of the Garonne. Its source is in the northern foothills of the Pyrenees, south of Lannemezan. It flows north-east through the following départements and cities: * Hautes-Pyrénées. * Haute-Garonne: Grenade, L'Isle-en-Dodon. ...
  13. In various sports, a block that prevents an opponent from scoring; When a relief pitcher comes into a game with a 3 run or less lead, and his team wins while continually being ahead; A point in a professional wrestling match when one or more wrestlers run to the ring to aid a fellow wrestler ...
  14. (Saved) One of the most common words that describe Christians is the word “saved.” When we receive Jesus Christ, He saves us from slavery to sin, death, and hell.  We will never really die—at least not the real person we are inside. And we have no more reason to ever be afraid of hell. ...
  15. (Saved) This term (see "Salvation," "Savior ") is used variously. (Luke 13:23) "Are there few being saved?" (literal rendering) refers to deliverance from the coming woes on the Jewish nation. ...
  16. (Saved) Those who accept Jesus.
  17. (Saved) comes from the Greek word ‘sozo’ and means to keep safe and sound, to deliver, heal, protect, make whole.
  18. (Saved) document has been saved by the author prior to routing, or by a reviewer prior to action; it is then sent to his or her action list
  19. (saved) (1) To be delivered from physical death by the grace of God, through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ; (2) to be delivered from the consequences of personal sin by the grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ, repentance, and obedience to the commandments of God.
  20. (saved) The kinds of settings, such as working units and view configuration, that are kept between sessions.
  21. (Saves (Sv)) Adopted officially by both leagues in 1969. Available for all seasons in major-league history from a combination of official and reconstructed sources.
  22. Saving a buffer means copying its text into the file that was visited (q.v.) in that buffer. This is the way text in files actually gets changed by your Emacs editing. See section Saving Files.
  23. (Saving) The process of setting income aside for future spending. Saving provides ready cash for emergencies and short-term goals, and funds for investing.
  24. (Saving) That part of disposable income which is not consumed. It is excess of income over consumption
  25. (Saving (B.8)) this aggregate measures the portion of national disposable income that is not used for final consumption expenditure. Gross (or net) national saving is the sum of the gross (or net) savings of the various institutional sectors.