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Save

To except, reserve, or exempt; as where a statute saves vested—fixed—rights. To toll, or suspend the running or operation of; as, to save the Statute of Limitations.

save

conjunction bar, barring, besides, but for, excepting, lacking, leaving out, not including, short of, without

save

preposition but, except, exclusive of, less, minus

save

(Conserve), verb hold, keep safe, preserve, redeem, salvage

save

(Hold back), verb economize, hoard, keep, reserve, retain

save

(Rescue), verb avert, defend, fend off, give salvaaion, help, liberate, protect, safeguard, shield
See also: conserve, deposit, extricate, free, fund, garner, glean, hold, keep, maintain, perpetuate, possess, preserve, prolong, protect, release, remedy, renew, rescue, reserve, retain, shelter, store, sustain, unless
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It's a great boon for someone like your dad as the fertiliser is placed in a dispenser and attached to the hose, which can be fixed to a wall near an outside tap, to save the bother of having to mix fertiliser and carry it around the garden.
You could put a whole bookshelf in it and save the bother of having to make one.
For one, the wealthiest club does not always win the Premiership - if it did we could hand over the trophy in August and save the bother of the next nine months - and for another, Manchester United have splashed the cash just as liberally as Chelsea yet will do well to finish any better than third.