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Meaning of “save/keep money for a rainy day” in the English Dictionary

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save/keep money for a rainy day

to ​savemoney for a ​time when it might be ​neededunexpectedly: Luckily she had ​saved some ​money for a rainy ​day.
(Definition of save/keep money for a rainy day from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “save/keep money for a rainy day”
in Chinese (Simplified) 存钱以备不时之需, 有备无患, 未雨绸缪…
in Chinese (Traditional) 存錢以備不時之需, 有備無患, 未雨綢繆…
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