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salvage

verb   /ˈsæl.vɪdʒ/
to save goods from damage or destruction, especially from a ship that has sunk or been damaged or a building that has been damaged by fire or a flood salvar, rescatar gold coins salvaged from a shipwreck After the fire, there wasn’t much furniture left worth salvaging.1990
to try to make a bad situation better salvar, rescatar It was a desperate attempt to salvage the situation. After the fraud scandal he had to make great efforts to salvage his reputation.1839781
salvage noun [no plural]   salvageable adjective   /-ə.bl̩/
(Definition of salvage from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

salvage

verb /ˈsӕlvidʒ/
to save from loss or destruction in a fire, shipwreck etc salvar, rescatar, recuperar He salvaged his books from the burning house.
(Definition of salvage from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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