achubachub, hachub, achuba’, achubasech, achubaf, achubai, achubais, achubaist, achuban, achubant, achubasai, achubasant, achuben, achubasem, achubasent, achubasid, achubasit, achubasoch, achubasom, achubaswn, achubech, achubed, achubem, achubent, achuboch, achuber, achubes, achubest, achubet, achubi, achubid, achubiff, achubir, achubych, achubo, achuba, achubodd, achubom, achubon, achubont, achubwch, achubwn, achubwyd, achubwyf, achubith, hachubasech, hachuba, hachuba’, hachubaf, hachubai, hachubais, hachubaist, hachuban, hachubant, hachubasai, hachubem, hachubych, hachubasem, hachubasent, hachubasid, hachubasit, hachubasoch, hachubasom, hachubaswn, hachubech, hachubed, hachubasant, hachubo, hachubent, hachuber, hachubes, hachubest, hachubet, hachubi, hachubid, hachubiff, hachubwyf, hachubith, hachuben, hachuboch, hachubodd, hachubom, hachubon, hachubont, hachubwch, hachubwn, hachubwyd, hachubirachubiaeth, achubiaethau, hachubiaeth, hachubiaethau
Noun(1) recovery or preservation from loss or danger
Verb(1) free from harm or evil(2) take forcibly from legal custody
(1) The discovery came about during rescue excavations on Thames Water's sludge works.(2) In an amazing stroke of luck for the sick patient, all three people who came to his rescue were health workers.(3) I had always envisioned a sort of heroic rescue , but those were only dreams.(4) "Well, miss, I want to thank you for your daring rescue today.(5) Luckily his shouting disturbed the family of the house who came to his rescue .(6) What makes people risk their lives to rescue someone trapped in a burning house or drowning in a river?(7) She initially passed out, but quickly recovered and tried to hold her brains in for over an hour until someone noticed and came to her rescue .(8) Firefighters had to rescue four people trapped in their vehicles.(9) some people find their ideal pet in a rescue shelter(10) While he was being attacked, the two police officials came to his rescue .(11) he got out of his chair to rescue his cup of coffee(12) Janet was full of praise for the police officer who came to her rescue .(13) the dramatic rescue of nine trapped coal miners(14) he came to our rescue with a loan of $100(15) he came to our rescue with a loan of Ôö¼├║100(16) Here there is still a major task of rescue archaeology to be done, because the site is being rapidly eroded.
(1) rescue team :: tîm achub
1. saving ::
2. delivery ::
3. save ::
4. retrieve ::
5. deliver ::
1. adventure ::
2. compromise ::
3. endanger ::
4. hazard ::
5. imperil ::
6. jeopardize ::
7. peril ::
8. risk ::
9. venture ::
Different Formsrescue, rescued, rescues, rescuing
Word Example from TV Shows
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We came here to RESCUE you
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 8
And I just hope that this scholarship
can RESCUE your child
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 18
Two knights off to RESCUE a princess.
Sounds like a good song to me.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 4
It's gonna be OK.
Someone'll RESCUE us.
Westworld Season 2, Episode 4
Because we came back to RESCUE a friend
who was being tortured.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 8
English to Welsh Dictionary: rescue
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