Save - definition, pronunciation, transcription
the relief pitcher got credit for a save
- to keep up and reserve for personal or special use (syn: preserve)
- spend less; buy at a reduced price
- accumulate money for future use (syn: lay aside, save up)
I'll save you the trouble
This will save you a lot of time
- refrain from harming (syn: spare)
- spend sparingly, avoid the waste of (syn: economize)
- record data on a computer (syn: write)
He is trying to save his marriage by going to counseling for his drug addiction.
She saved a tense situation by staying calm.
Thinner computer monitors save space.
She would rather save than spend.
Save a little money for later.
She saves part of her pay every week.
I saved $20,000 for a down payment on the house.
She saved $15 at the grocery store by using coupons.
The goalie made a spectacular save.
He leads the league in saves.
We had no hope save one.
...everyone save me is going to the party...
Little is known about his early years save that he left home when he was very young.
A sudden effort was necessary to save me from falling.
It saves you one hour.
present participle: saving
past tense: saved
past participle: saved