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Noun(1) property or goods saved from damage or destruction(2) the act of saving goods or property that were in danger of damage or destruction(3) the act of rescuing a ship or its crew or its cargo from a shipwreck or a fire
Verb(1) save from ruin, destruction, or harm(2) collect discarded material
(1) Those behind the find are now reported to be planning to drum up finance for a major salvage operation this summer to raise the 85 ft long, 112 ft wide craft.(2) The Crown or the owner of the property pays this salvage payment, or the finder may receive the property instead of payment.(3) The comeback was not be a winning one as Penrith added a fourth goal to salvage the draw.(4) The salvage included a representative group of the earliest Colombian silver cobs, some dispersed privately, others offered at the Christie's New York auction of June, 1988.(5) Should you find the entire sub floor to be too badly damaged for salvage , it will be best to lay new one.(6) The party had been arranged in honour of Tim Hayter, a New Zealand specialist diver who had been working on salvage operations in the Straits of Jeddah.(7) Engaging in a public dialogue with ├ö├ç├┐someone of his calibre├ö├ç├û may in the end enable them to salvage their dignity and the respect of the faithful.(8) The technical details of its salvage are one of the truly great stories of deep-sea salvage operations.(9) It needed an inspired performance by goalkeeper Shay Given and a much more defensive and conservative second-half performance to salvage a point.(10) In the last minute of injury time Ireland closed a one-goal deficit with Germany to salvage a draw.(11) Despite the interference of souvenir seekers and vandals, they managed to salvage most of the ship's machinery.(12) It may be that the plane reached the site as a result of salvage or scavenging from a more wealthy site in the neighbourhood which had been abandoned.(13) Why are there not temporary collecting bins provided throughout the area to facilitate the salvage of this valuable commodity, and save quite a lot of land-fill space?(14) In the case of rehabilitation or remodeling, LEED points can be earned through salvage and reuse of materials.(15) surgery resulted in the salvage of damaged myocardium(16) a salvage operation was under way
(1) salvage value :: gwerth achub
1. rescue ::
3. rescue ::
4. retain ::
5. scavenge ::
6. relieve ::
Different Formssalvage, salvageable, salvaged, salvages, salvaging
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