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preserve

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Pronunciation:

[pɹɪsˈɜːv], [pɹɪsˈɜːv], [p_ɹ_ɪ_s_ˈɜː_v]
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Synonyms for Preserve:

conserve (verb)

conserve, keep, maintain, reserve, save.

preserve (verb)

archive, bank, bottle, can, embalm, freeze, marinate, mummify, petrify, quick-freeze, refrigerate.

protect (verb)

cover, defend, guard, protect, safeguard, secure, shelter, shield.

retain (verb)

hinder, hold, prevent, retain.

Other synonyms and related words:

A, abode, absorb, accumulate, act up, advocate, affect, amass, anchor, anhydrate, apple butter, archives, area, arena, assert, asseverate, asylum, attack, attend, attend to, baby, baby-sit, back, bank up, be safe, bear on, bear upon, biodegradable, biohazard, bird sanctuary, blancmange, blast-freeze, block, bolster, bonbon, bottle up, brine, bring through, budget, butter, candy, canned, captivity, caramel, carbon-neutral, care, care for, carpentry, carry, carry on, carry through, caviar, celebrate, champion, chaperon, cherish, chronic, circumscribe, clean, close, coddle, come to, comfit, common, compote, concern, conduct, confection, confectionary, confectionery, confine, confiture, conservation, conservation area, conserve, conserves, conserving, consign, consistent, constant, contain, continual, continue, continue to have, continuous, control, copyright, cork, cork up, corn, cosset, court, create, crowd, crush, cultivate, cure, damson, deal, defer, dehydrate, delay, deliver, desiccate, detach, detain, detect, develop, direct, domain, dovetail, dry, dry-cure, dry-salt, durable, economise, economize, embrace, enceinte, enclave, endorse, endure, ensconce, enshrine, entrench, espouse, estate, eternalize, eternize, evaporate, exert, extend, fence round, fend, fiefdom, field, fight for, file, fix, flank, follow, forest preserve, foster, freeze-dry, frosting, fulfil, fume, game preserve, game reserve, game sanctuary, garden, gelatin, glaze, glucose, go along, go forward, go on, go straight, govern, green, greensward, grocery, hang on to, harbor, harbor of refuge, harborage, harbour, harp upon, have, haven, hoard, hold back, hold in, hold on, hold on to, hold open, hold over, hold together, hold up, honey, house, hover, husband, icing, immortalize, impact, incessant, inclosure, indefatigable, inebriated, inhibit, insistent, insulate, intrench, irradiate, isolate, jam, jelly, joinery, jujube, julep, keep abreast, keep alive, keep apart, keep back, keep by one, keep free, keep fresh, keep going, keep in, keep in repair, keep in reserve, keep in store, keep informed, keep intact, keep inviolate, keep on, keep on foot, keep on hand, keep on ice, keep open, keep safe, keep up, keep watch over, keeping, kept, kingdom, kipper, knotty, lasting, lay, lay aside, lay away, lay in, lengthen, level, library, licorice, lock in, lollipop, long and slender, look after, look out for, look to, maintenance, make safe, make unnecessary, manage, manna, maple sirup, maple sugar, maple syrup, march, margarine, marinade, marmalade, matronize, memorialize, menagerie, meringue, mind, minister to, misbehave badly, mithai, moat, molasses, monumentalize, moor, mortice, mortise, mothball, mother, mousse, move, move ahead, museum, national forest, national park, nestle, not destroy, not endanger, not expend, not use up, not waste, nourish, nurse, nurture, obey, observe, obstinate, offer protection, old-fashioned oleo, orbit, pamper, paradise, parcel, park, parkland, paste, patch, patent, perennialize, permanent, perpetual, perpetuate, persevere, persevere in, persist, persist in, persistent, persisting, pertain, pertinacious, pickle, pickled, plot, plum, port, postpone, pot, pound, precincts, preservatize, preserve from oblivion, preserved, preserves, proceed, process, prolong, prolongation, promote, protect and maintain, protege, protract, provide, provide for, pursue, push, put, put apart, put aside, put away, put by, put in gaol, quarantine, raise, record, recording, redeem, refer, refrain, refuge, region, register, regularize, relate, relentless, relieve, remain, render safe, reopen, repeat, repress, rescue, reservation, resist, restrain, ride herd on, safe haven, safehold, salt, salting, salvage, salve, sanctuary, sand, save from damage, save up, saves, sawdust, scrape, screen, scrimp, seal, season, section, see after, see to, segregate, separate, sequester, sequestrate, service, set by, shepherd, shroud, skimp, smoke, smoke-cure, snug harbor, soak up, sorghum, souse, spare, spend less, sphere, spread, stabilize, stand firm, standardize, state categorically, state forest, stay, stay fresh, stay on, stockpile, store, stow, stow away, street, stronghold, stubborn, stuff, sugar, sugar-candy, sugar-plum, support, suppress, sustain, sweet, sweet stuff, sweetmeat, sweets, syrup, taffy, take care of, take charge of, tend, territory, tight, tinned, tinning, tipsy, to keep, touch, touch on, tract, treacle, treasure, treat, tutti-frutti, unrelenting, unvarnished, uphold, vacuum-pack, validate, vindicate, walk, ward, warehouse, waste, watch, watch out for, watch over, wax, whipped cream, whittle, wield, wilderness preserve, wildlife preserve, wildlife reserve, withhold, withstand, woodcraft, woodland, woodwork, write.

Rhymes for Preserve:

  1. oeuvre, verve, nerve, curve, swerve, serve;
  2. observe, conserve, reserve, unnerve, deserve;

Quotes for Preserve:

  1. In the West there has always been the attempt to try make the religious building, whether it's a Medieval or Renaissance church, an eternal object for the celebration of God. The material chosen, such as stone, brick, or concrete, is meant to eternally preserve what is inside. Tadao Ando.
  2. The only way you preserve pitching arms is throwing; that makes the arm stronger. Juan Marichal.
  3. Where I live, nobody who's fourteen is having sex and doing major drugs. And I think if you see it in the movies, you may be influenced by it. I think it's so important to preserve your innocence. Natalie Portman.

Idioms of Preserve:

  1. preserve sm or sth against sth;
  2. preserve sm or sth from sm or sth;
  3. preserve sth for sm or sth;
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