The state of being preserved, esp. to a specified degree
the homestead is in a fine state of preservation
the activity of protecting something from loss or danger
the condition of being (well or ill) preserved
a process that saves organic substances from decay
conservation: an occurrence of improvement by virtue of preventing loss or injury or other change
(preserve) a domain that seems to be specially reserved for someone; "medicine is no longer a male preserve"
(preserve) continue: keep or maintain in unaltered condition; cause to remain or last; "preserve the peace in the family"; "continue the family tradition"; "Carry on the old traditions"
Preservation is a branch of library and information science concerned with maintaining or restoring access to artifacts, documents and records through the study, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of decay and damage.
Preservation, the magazine of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, launched in 1952 as Historic Preservation. By 1998, the magazine won a National Magazine Award for General Excellence under Robert S. Wilson, editor in chief. ...
The act of preserving; care to preserve; act of keeping from destruction, decay or any ill
(preserve) a sweet spread made of any of a variety of berries; a nature preserve; To protect; to keep; to maintain the condition of
(Preservational) ideas that influence those that hold them to continue to hold them for a long time. ...
(Preserve) (Ecological) - to keep safe from injury or destruction
(Preserve) To prepare meat, fruit, vegtables etc. for future use by salting, boiling in syrup, soaking in a brine, dehydrating, curing, smoking, canning, or freezing.
(preserve) keep in safety and protect from harm.
(Preserve) To prepare foods for long storage. Some ways to preserve food are drying, refrigeration, freezing, canning, curing, pickling, and smoking.
(preserve) to save something or someone from being harmed or destroyed and to make it continue without changing
(PRESERVE) Prospective Randomized Enalapril Study Evaluating Regression of Ventricular Enlargement
(Preserve) A project type involving rehabilitation of existing roadways and may include resurfacing or reconstruction of existing roads and bridges.
(Preserve) To maintain a structure's existing form through careful maintenance and repair.
(Preserve) To save for later or for people who live after you. "The Fox Theatre has been preserved for the future."
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(preserve) (v) asırarģa, saqlarģa
(Preserved) This is the amount of your account balance that is preserved and cannot be withdrawn as either a lump sum or a pension until you meet a condition of release such as retirement, a total and permanent disablement benefit, a terminal illness benefit or a death benefit. ...
(Preserved) Vegetables and fruits are cooked and then immersed in vinegar and spices to make pickles and chutneys. Fish sauces are fermented, and soy sauce comes from fermenting soya beans. Bottled sauces have become important, too, notably tomato.
(Preserved) When a vehicle or parts of a vehicle are well kept and taken care of. They are not changed, rather they are kept 'as-is'.