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Unsavable vs. Savable — What's the Difference?

Unsavable vs. Savable — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Unsavable and Savable

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Unsavable

Not savable; that cannot be saved.
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Savable

To rescue from harm, danger, or loss
The lifeguard saved the struggling swimmer.
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Savable

To prevent from dying
The doctors saved the patient.
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Savable

To set free from the consequences of sin; redeem
Prayed to save his soul.
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Savable

To keep in a safe or healthy condition
God save King Richard!.
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Savable

To hold back for future use
Saved his best song for the encore.
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Savable

To avoid spending (money) so as to keep or accumulate it.
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Savable

To avoid spending (money or time) in an amount less than what circumstances normally require
Saved $25 at the sale.
Saved 15 minutes by taking a shortcut.
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Savable

To prevent the waste or loss of; conserve
Bought an efficient device that saves electricity.
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Savable

To treat with care by avoiding fatigue, wear, or damage; spare
Wore sunglasses to save his eyesight.
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Savable

To make unnecessary; obviate
By carrying two bags you can save an extra trip.
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Savable

To spare (someone) from having to do something.
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Savable

(Sports) To prevent (a goal) from being scored by blocking a shot. Used of a goalie.
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Savable

To prevent an opponent from scoring (a point).
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Savable

To preserve a victory in (a game).
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Savable

(Baseball) To preserve (another pitcher's win) by protecting one's team's lead during a stint of relief pitching.
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Savable

(Computers) To copy (a file) from a computer's main memory to a disk or other storage medium.
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Savable

To avoid waste or expense; economize.
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Savable

To accumulate money
Saving for a vacation.
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Savable

To preserve a person or thing from harm or loss.
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Savable

(Sports) An act that prevents a ball or puck from entering a goal.
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Savable

(Baseball) A preservation by a relief pitcher of another pitcher's win.
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Savable

Capable of being saved.
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Savable

Capable of, or admitting of, being saved.
In the person prayed for there ought to be the great disposition of being in a savable condition.
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