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Translation of "conserve" - English-Spanish dictionary

conserve

verb /kənˈsəːv/
to keep from changing, being damaged or lost
conservar, preservar, proteger
We must conserve the country’s natural resources This old building should be conserved.
conservation /kon-/ noun the act of conserving especially wildlife, the countryside, old buildings etc.
conservación
conservation of the wetlands.
conservationist /kon-/ noun a person who is interested in conservation
ecologista
Conservationists are concerned about the future of the northern spotted owl.
conservatism /-vətizəm/ noun dislike of change
conservadurismo
the social conservatism of religious individuals.
conservative /-tiv/ adjective disliking change
conservador
Older people tend to be conservative in their attitudes conservative opinions.
in politics, wanting to avoid major changes and to keep business and industry in private hands
conservador
the Conservative Party.
(Definition of conserve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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