save the children
try to saveThey go back, they interfere, they try to save her from herself.
save moneyAnd you're wanting to save money, isn't that right?
save timeComputers also save time.
want to saveWith a revolving credit account you decide with you bank how much you want to save each month.
save upYou can save up to £9,000 in a Tessa account.
save energySwitch off and save energy (2f)
able to saveEven if he'd been rushed straight to hospital, they might not have been able to save him.
way to saveAntibiotics and more importantly intravenous fluid therapy are most important and the only way to save serious cases.
help to saveHe pleaded with the writers to help to save Modigliani.
order to saveHe justifies his action on the grounds that as a surgeon severs limbs to save life, so he, Gandhi, severs the body from the soul in order to save the soul.
get to save
gonna saveYou gonna save this purple wool?
save a lotWill it will it save a lot of hassles.