1. CommonGoods

    CommonGoods New Member

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    Save and Safe

    Discussion in 'Word Mechanics' started by CommonGoods, Jan 22, 2009.

    So yeah, what the hell is the difference between the two; Save and Safe?

    Damn, short post.
     
  2. garmar69

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    Save means take someone/thing from danger.

    Safe means someone/thing is out of danger.

    For a quick and dirty explanation of one aspect of the meanings. Sure someone else can go more in-depth.

    There are more definitions of course...
     
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    Save - verb (So, did you save the day?)

    Safe - adjective or noun (I keep my things safe in a safe.)
     
  4. CommonGoods

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    Alright, thanks
     
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    "Nobody says 'saved', they say 'safe'! Don't you see, the computer saved them. literally!" - the Doctor, Forests of the Dead (somewhat paraphrased)
     

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