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campaigns to save the planet/rainforest/whale
A cure for lung cancer would save thousands of lives each year.
Only hard work will save this company from bankruptcy.
You can save £25 if you buy your tickets before Saturday.
Travelling by plane is more expensive, but it saves time.
Democrats argue their plan will save the government money in the future.
Save up to £10 on your next purchase with this coupon.
Setting down clear rules from the start will save arguments later on.
If you get some milk on your way home, it’ll save me a trip to the shops.
If you could tell her, that would save me phoning her.
Buying a machine with a grass box saves you the bother of raking up the grass.
Let’s have one piece of cake now and save the rest for later.
Save some energy for the end of the race.
Save eight tokens and you can get one of these amazing pens!
I’ve managed to save almost £500 for my holiday.
Don’t wait until you’re 40 to start saving for retirement.
We’ve been saving to buy a new car.
Would you please save a place in the queue for me?
Save me some dinner and I’ll have it when I get in.
Where did you save the file you were working on?
It’s a good idea to save frequently.
Dearden saved a penalty in the second half.
She couldn’t play the piano to save her life!
I locked myself out but Yuki had her keys and saved the day.
You tried to use my name to save your neck.
This is the British English definition of save. View American English definition of save.