English

Detailed Synonyms for saving in English

saving:

saving [the ~] noun

  1. the saving
    the cut down expenses; the reduction; the saving; the retrenchment; the diminution; the finance management; the decrease; the curtailment; the economy; the shortening; the slackening; the foreshortening; the recess; the dwindling; the salary cut; the market; the cut
  2. the saving
    the gap; the cavity; the interstice; the cut-away; the opening; the hole; the crevice; the gash; the fissure; the cleft; the cranny; the saving
  3. the saving
    the storing; the saving
  4. the saving
    – recovery or preservation from loss or danger 1
    the delivery; the rescue; the saving; the deliverance
    – recovery or preservation from loss or danger 1
    • delivery [the ~] noun
    • rescue [the ~] noun
    • saving [the ~] noun
      • a surgeon's job is the saving of lives1
    • deliverance [the ~] noun
      • work is the deliverance of mankind1
  5. the saving
    – an act of economizing; reduction in cost 1
    the economy; the saving
    – an act of economizing; reduction in cost 1
    • economy [the ~] noun
      • it was a small economy to walk to work every day1
    • saving [the ~] noun
      • there was a saving of 50 cents1
  6. the saving
    – the activity of protecting something from loss or danger 1
    the preservation; the saving
    – the activity of protecting something from loss or danger 1

saving

  1. saving

saving adj

  1. saving
    – bringing about salvation or redemption from sin 1
    saving; redeeming; redemptive
    – bringing about salvation or redemption from sin 1
  2. saving
    – characterized by thriftiness 1
    saving
    – characterized by thriftiness 1
    • saving adj
      • wealthy by inheritance but saving by constitution1

Related Words for "saving":


Alternate Synonyms for "saving":


Related Definitions for "saving":

  1. bringing about salvation or redemption from sin1
    • saving faith1
  2. characterized by thriftiness1
    • wealthy by inheritance but saving by constitution1
  3. recovery or preservation from loss or danger1
    • a surgeon's job is the saving of lives1
  4. an act of economizing; reduction in cost1
    • there was a saving of 50 cents1
  5. the activity of protecting something from loss or danger1

saving form of save:

to save verb (saves, saved, saving)

  1. to save
    to economize; to cut down; to save; to economise
    • economize verb, American (economizes, economized, economizing)
    • cut down verb (cuts down, cut down, cutting down)
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
    • economise verb, British
  2. to save
    to rescue; to save
    • rescue verb (rescues, rescued, rescuing)
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
  3. to save
    to spare; to save; put money in the bank; to bank
  4. to save
    to consider; to spare; to save
    • consider verb (considers, considered, considering)
    • spare verb (spares, spared, sparing)
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
  5. to save
    to save; to spare; to economize; to moderate; to have left; to economise
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
    • spare verb (spares, spared, sparing)
    • economize verb, American (economizes, economized, economizing)
    • moderate verb (moderates, moderated, moderating)
    • have left verb (has left, had left, having left)
    • economise verb, British
  6. to save
    to preserve; to save; guard from; to shield
    • preserve verb (preserves, preserved, preserving)
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
    • guard from verb
    • shield verb (shields, shielded, shielding)
  7. to save
    to collect; gather together; to glean; to save; horde; to pick up
  8. to save
    to store; to lay aside; to save; to put away
    • store verb (stores, stored, storing)
    • lay aside verb (lays aside, laid aside, laying aside)
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
    • put away verb (puts away, put away, putting away)
  9. to save
    to preserve; to protect; to shield; to guard; to save
    • preserve verb (preserves, preserved, preserving)
    • protect verb (protects, protected, protecting)
    • shield verb (shields, shielded, shielding)
    • guard verb (guards, guarded, guarding)
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
  10. to save
    to maintain; to preserve; to protect; to keep up; to save
    • maintain verb (maintains, maintained, maintaining)
    • preserve verb (preserves, preserved, preserving)
    • protect verb (protects, protected, protecting)
    • keep up verb (keeps up, kept up, keeping up)
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
  11. to save
    – make unnecessary an expenditure or effort 1
    to save; make unnecessary
    – make unnecessary an expenditure or effort 1
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
      • This will save money1
      • I'll save you the trouble1
      • This will save you a lot of time1
  12. to save
    – record data on a computer 1
    to save; to write
    – record data on a computer 1
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
    • write verb (writes, wrote, writing)
      • boot-up instructions are written on the hard disk1
  13. to save
    – to keep up and reserve for personal or special use 1
    to preserve; to save
    – to keep up and reserve for personal or special use 1
    • preserve verb (preserves, preserved, preserving)
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
      • She saved the old family photographs in a drawer1
  14. to save
    – accumulate money for future use 1
    to save; to save up; to lay aside
    – accumulate money for future use 1
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
      • He saves half his salary1
    • save up verb (saves up, saved up, saving up)
    • lay aside verb (lays aside, laid aside, laying aside)
  15. to save
    – spend less; buy at a reduced price 1
    to save
    – spend less; buy at a reduced price 1
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
  16. to save
    – retain rights to 1
    to keep; to save; keep open; hold open
    – retain rights to 1
    • keep verb (keeps, kept, keeping)
      • keep my job for me while I give birth1
      • keep my seat, please1
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
    • keep open verb
      • keep open the possibility of a merger1
    • hold open verb
  17. to save
    – spend sparingly, avoid the waste of 1
    to save; to economize; economise
    – spend sparingly, avoid the waste of 1
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
      • This move will save money1
    • economize verb, American (economizes, economized, economizing)
      • The less fortunate will have to economize now1
    • economise verb, British
  18. to save
    – refrain from harming 1
    to spare; to save
    – refrain from harming 1
    • spare verb (spares, spared, sparing)
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
  19. to save
    – save from ruin, destruction, or harm 1
    to save; to relieve; to salvage; salve
    – save from ruin, destruction, or harm 1
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
    • relieve verb (relieves, relieved, relieving)
    • salvage verb (salvages, salvaged, salvaging)
    • salve verb
  20. to save
    – save from sins 1
    to deliver; to redeem; to save
    – save from sins 1
    • deliver verb (delivers, delivered, delivering)
    • redeem verb (redeems, redeemed, redeeming)
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
  21. to save
    – bring into safety 1
    to save; to carry through; to pull through; to bring through
    – bring into safety 1
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)
    • carry through verb (carry through, carried through, carrying through)
    • pull through verb (pulls through, pulled through, pulling through)
    • bring through verb (brings through, brought through, bringing through)
  22. to save
    – To write data (typically a file) to a storage medium. 2
    to save
    – To write data (typically a file) to a storage medium. 2
    • save verb (saves, saved, saving)

Conjugations for save:

present
  1. save
  2. save
  3. saves
  4. save
  5. save
  6. save
simple past
  1. saved
  2. saved
  3. saved
  4. saved
  5. saved
  6. saved
present perfect
  1. have saved
  2. have saved
  3. has saved
  4. have saved
  5. have saved
  6. have saved
past continuous
  1. was saving
  2. were saving
  3. was saving
  4. were saving
  5. were saving
  6. were saving
future
  1. shall save
  2. will save
  3. will save
  4. shall save
  5. will save
  6. will save
continuous present
  1. am saving
  2. are saving
  3. is saving
  4. are saving
  5. are saving
  6. are saving
subjunctive
  1. be saved
  2. be saved
  3. be saved
  4. be saved
  5. be saved
  6. be saved
diverse
  1. save!
  2. let's save!
  3. saved
  4. saving
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

save

  1. save

save [the ~] noun

  1. the save
    – (sports) the act of preventing the opposition from scoring 1
    the save
    – (sports) the act of preventing the opposition from scoring 1
    • save [the ~] noun
      • the goalie made a brilliant save1
      • the relief pitcher got credit for a save1

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Related Definitions for "save":

  1. (sports) the act of preventing the opposition from scoring1
    • the goalie made a brilliant save1
    • the relief pitcher got credit for a save1
  2. make unnecessary an expenditure or effort1
    • This will save money1
    • I'll save you the trouble1
    • This will save you a lot of time1
  3. record data on a computer1
  4. to keep up and reserve for personal or special use1
    • She saved the old family photographs in a drawer1
  5. accumulate money for future use1
    • He saves half his salary1
  6. spend less; buy at a reduced price1
  7. retain rights to1
  8. spend sparingly, avoid the waste of1
    • This move will save money1
  9. refrain from harming1
  10. save from ruin, destruction, or harm1
  11. save from sins1
  12. bring into safety1
  13. To write data (typically a file) to a storage medium.2

Related Synonyms for saving