Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Save"

The meaning of "Save" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does would you save me ? mean?
A: Ciao! Varies. Used between friends, when perhaps on a bad date and need an excuse leave or a way of asking for help (non-emergency).
Q: What does "save it" mean?
A: Depends on the situation. But in one example, you can say it to someone to tell them you don't want to listen anymore, to shut up, or stop talking. In another it can mean to just store something away. For example, "What do you want me to do with the extra food?" "Save it for later."
Q: What does 'save' mean?
A: @deepak: "save" in this context would mean to stop or protect.

Example sentences using "Save"

Q: Please show me example sentences with [save on].
A: I saved on car insurance by switching to Geico 🦎

Just kidding. For real though:

-Just save it on the flash drive.
-I have so many coupons, I'm going to save on groceries this week.
-SAVE BIG ON A USED TOYOTA CAMRY
Q: Please show me example sentences with to save up.
A: I need to save up for school.

There is a bag I want to buy. I will save up for it.

I tend to buy a lot of unnecessary things. I think I should start saving up.

Synonyms of "Save" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I could not save her and I could not make her alive and I could not spare her ?
A: They all have same meaning
Q: What is the difference between to save and to rescue ?
A: I think 'save' is used in a broader sense.

- Save the file before you shut down the computer.
- I've saved this family heirloom all these years.
- I saved you a seat. Come, sit down.
- Christ has saved us from our sins.

also similar to rescue:
- A brave man jumped into a river to save a small kitten.

Rescue:
- Firefighters rescued two women from the burning building.

sometimes metaphorical:
- You rescued me from the darkness.
Q: What is the difference between Why didn’t you save me? and Why you didn’t save me? ?
A: "Why didn't you save me" is correct.
Q: What is the difference between saved by and saved with ?
A: Saved with means your saved with someone else. Example, you and your friend are stuck somewhere and this person saves you. I was saved with my friend
Saved by means you were rescued and saved by something. An animal or a human. Anything basically
Q: What is the difference between we must save them and we have to save them ?
A: In meaning, there is no difference. It is just more common to say “we have to save them”

Translations of "Save"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? we're ready to save a life.
or
we're ready to save lives.
which correctly ??
A: both correct at the first u save one live and the second u save many lives i don't understand ur question
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? saved me
A: please defense.... for my side

Other questions about "Save"

Q: Save your nerves

Does it sound natural?
It can help you to save your nerves
A: Yes. But even then, it’s not a very common way to talk about nerves and stress.
Q: Save your nerves

Does it sound natural?
It can help you to save your nerves
A:

Okay, I guess that save your nerves doesn't sound too bad in that context.

"Save time" is of course an extremely common phrasal verb. Everybody is used to hearing that.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce i can't save us.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: I'm tired hard to save him Does this sound natural?
A: I tried hard to save him

This would be correct!
Q: You saved me greatly! Does this sound natural?
A: Did you mean to say 助かりました? In English, you could just say “I owe you one”, or “You saved my life!” if it was a really, really, reaaalllyyy BIG DEAL.

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