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  1. save

    • IPA[sāv]

    美式

    • v.
      keep safe or rescue (someone or something) from harm or danger;prevent (someone) from dying
    • n.
      an instance of a relief pitcher saving a game.;(in soccer and hockey) an act of preventing an opponent's scoring
    • noun: save, plural noun: saves

    • verb: save, 3rd person present: saves, gerund or present participle: saving, past tense: saved, past participle: saved

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 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:

      church ladies approach me trying to save my soul

    • 4. keep (someone) in health (used in exclamations and formulaic expressions):

      God save the Queen

    • 5. keep and store up (something, especially 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. preserve (something) by not expending or using it:

      save your strength till later

    • 7. used to tell someone to stop talking:

      save it, Joey—I'm in big trouble now

    • 8. keep (data) by moving a copy to a storage location, especially from memory:

      save it to a new file

    • 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 goalkeeper in soccer and hockey) stop (a shot) from entering the goal.
    • 13. (of a relief pitcher in certain game situations) finish (a game) while preserving a winning position gained by another pitcher.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an instance of a relief pitcher saving a game.
    • 2. (in soccer and hockey) an act of preventing an opponent's scoring:

      the keeper made a great save

    • 3. another term for sacrifice
    • 4. 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

    • n.
      an economy of or reduction in money, time, or another resource:
    • this resulted in a considerable saving in development costs
    • adj.
      preventing waste of a particular resource:
    • innovative money-saving ideas for students
    • prep.
      with the exception of; except.

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    • n.
      an economy of or reduction in money, time, or another resource:
    • this resulted in a considerable saving in development costs
    • adj.
      preventing waste of a particular resource:
    • a fuel-saving vehicle
    • prep.
      with the exception of; except.

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    • ph. retain respect; avoid humiliation

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    • ph. avoid humiliation

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    • ph. get in and out of port while the tide lasts

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    • n. the British national anthem.

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    • IPA[seɪv]

    英式

    • v.
      keep safe or rescue (someone or something) from harm or danger:
    • they brought him in to help save the club from bankruptcy
    • n.
      (in soccer and hockey) an act of preventing an opponent's scoring:
    • the keeper made a great save

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    • IPA[sāv]

    美式

    • prep.
      other than; except for:
    • no one needed to know save herself

      the dish needs no accompaniment, save a robust red wine

    • conj.
      except:
    • little is known of his early life, save that he went to school in Brighton

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    • IPA[seɪv]

    英式

    • prep.
      other than; except for:
    • no one needed to know save herself

      the dish needs no accompaniment, save a robust red wine

    • conj.
      except:
    • little is known of his early life, save that he went to school in Brighton

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  2. 知識+

    • 請問一下, save 的用法

      to 跟 from 幾乎是相反的意思 save... to... 省下...去做.... ex: save time to read (省下時間來閱讀) save... from... 省下...

    • 請問SAVE到底是蛇麼意思??

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    • 為什麼God save the Queen是一句假設語氣?

      *********************************** God save the Queen. Be that as it may, we must make savings. If...誤說成主詞以外, 前面這位專家大大如此的翻譯似乎都不太對........ God save the Queen = 天佑吾女王 Be that as it may, we must make savings...