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Turkish translation of “save”

save

verb
 
 
/seɪv/
MAKE SAFE [T] B1 to stop someone or something from being killed or destroyed
kurtarmak, korumak
He was badly injured, but the doctors saved his life. She saved the children from drowning. He had to borrow money to save his business.Preserving and savingDefending and protecting
MONEY [I, T] ( also save up) A2 to keep money so that you can buy something with it in the future
para biriktirmek, tasarruf yapmak
We've saved almost $900 for our wedding. Michael's saving up for a new computer.Preserving and savingDefending and protectingBanks and bank accountsKeeping and storing things
KEEP [T] A2 to keep something to use in the future
saklamak, biriktirmek, ayırmak, bir kenara koymak
I've saved some food for you.Preserving and savingDefending and protectingKeeping and storing things
save money/space/time, etc B1 to reduce the amount of money/space/time, etc that you have to use
para/yer/zaman vs. tasarruf etmek
Keeping and storing things
save sb (from) doing sth to help someone avoid having to do something
kurtarmak
We'll eat in a restaurant - it'll save you having to cook.Helping and co-operatingAvoiding actionLaziness and lazy people
save files/work, etc A2 to store work or information electronically on or from a computer
çalışmaları/dosyaları vs. bilgisayar ortamında saklamak; hafızaya kaydetmek
Preserving and savingDefending and protectingComputer conceptsKeeping and storing things
save a goal to prevent a player from scoring a goal
gol olmasına engel olmak; kurtarmak
He saved two goals in the last minute of the game. → See also save the day, lose/save faceGeneral terms used in ball sportsFootball/soccerGeneral terms used in ball sports
(Definition of save verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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