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rescue

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈreskjuː/ FINANCE, ECONOMICS
to save a person, company, economy, etc. from financial failure: The government is under pressure to rescue people who lost their pensions in the banking crisis. These are desperate measures aimed at rescuing a sinking economy.rescue sb/sth from sth The company was rescued from administration by the Government two years ago.
Translations of “rescue”
in Arabic يُنْقِذ…
in Korean 구하다…
in Malaysian menyelamatkan…
in French secourir…
in Turkish kurtarmak…
in Italian salvare, soccorrere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 救援, 營救, 解救…
in Russian спасать…
in Polish ratować, ocalić…
in Vietnamese cứu nguy…
in Spanish rescatar, socorrer…
in Portuguese resgatar, salvar…
in Thai ช่วยชีวิต…
in German retten…
in Catalan rescatar, salvar…
in Japanese ~を救助する, 救出する, 助ける…
in Indonesian menolong…
in Chinese (Simplified) 救援, 营救, 解救…
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