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safe

noun [C]
 
 
/seɪf/
a strong box or room that can be locked, used for storing money or valuable things: Was the safe locked? a fireproof safe with a secure combination lockput/keep sth in a safe The café manager put the money in the safe.
→  See also night safe
Translations of “safe”
in Arabic خَزْنة…
in Korean 금고…
in Malaysian peti besi…
in French coffre-fort…
in Turkish kasa…
in Italian cassaforte…
in Chinese (Traditional) 保險箱,保險櫃…
in Russian сейф…
in Polish sejf…
in Vietnamese tủ sắt, két sắt…
in Spanish caja de caudales…
in Portuguese cofre…
in Thai ตู้นิรภัย…
in German der Safe…
in Catalan caixa forta…
in Japanese 金庫…
in Indonesian lemari besi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 保险箱,保险柜…
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