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Salvage vs. Salvation

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Salvagenoun

The rescue of a ship, its crew or its cargo from a hazardous situation.

Salvationnoun

(religion) The process of being saved, the state of having been saved (from hell).

‘Collective salvation is not possible without personal salvation, but the latter is achievable.’;

Salvagenoun

The ship, crew or cargo so rescued.

Salvationnoun

The process of being restored or made new for the purpose of becoming saved; the process of being rid of the old poor quality conditions and becoming improved.

Salvagenoun

The compensation paid to the rescuers.

Salvationverb

(rare) To save, in the religious sense; to bring to salvation.

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Salvagenoun

The money from the sale of rescued goods.

Salvationnoun

The act of saving; preservation or deliverance from destruction, danger, or great calamity.

Salvagenoun

The similar rescue of property liable to loss; the property so rescued.

Salvationnoun

The redemption of man from the bondage of sin and liability to eternal death, and the conferring on him of everlasting happiness.

‘To earn salvation for the sons of men.’; ‘Godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation.’;

Salvagenoun

Anything put to good use that would otherwise have been wasted, such as damaged goods.

‘salvage cars auction’;

Salvationnoun

Saving power; that which saves.

‘Fear ye not; stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord, which he will show to you to-day.’;

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Salvagenoun

(Philippine English) summary execution, extrajudicial killing

Salvationnoun

(Christianity) the act of delivering from sin or saving from evil

Salvageverb

to rescue.

Salvationnoun

a means of preserving from harm or unpleasantness;

‘tourism was their economic salvation’; ‘they turned to individualism as their salvation’;

Salvageverb

to put to use.

Salvationnoun

the state of being saved or preserved from harm

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Salvageverb

(transitive) To make new or restore for the use of being saved.

Salvationnoun

saving someone or something from harm of from an unpleasant situation;

‘the salvation of his party was the president's major concern’;

Salvageverb

(Philippine English) To perform summary execution.

Salvation

Salvation (from Latin: salvatio, from salva, 'safe, saved') is the state of being saved or protected from harm or a dire situation. In religion and theology, salvation generally refers to the deliverance of the soul from sin and its consequences.

Salvageverb

(Philippine English) To apprehend and execute (a suspected criminal) without trial.

Salvagenoun

The act of saving a vessel, goods, or life, from perils of the sea.

‘Salvage of life from a British ship, or a foreign ship in British waters, ranks before salvage of goods.’;

Salvagenoun

The compensation allowed to persons who voluntarily assist in saving a ship or her cargo from peril.

Salvageadjective

Savage.

Salvagenoun

property or goods saved from damage or destruction

Salvagenoun

the act of saving goods or property that were in danger of damage or destruction

Salvagenoun

the act of rescuing a ship or its crew or its cargo from a shipwreck or a fire

Salvageverb

save from ruin, destruction, or harm

Salvageverb

collect discarded or refused material;

‘She scavenged the garbage cans for food’;

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