Complete Definition of "conserve"

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English

Pronunciation
kÅn'sû(r)v, /ËkÉnsÉË(r)v/, /<tt>"kQns3:(r)v</tt>/
:Rhymes:English:-ÉnsÉË(r)v|Rhymes: -ÉnsÉË(r)v

Etymology
From Old French conserver, from L. conservare to keep, preserve from com- intensive prefix + servare keep watch, maintain (see also observe).

Noun
en-noun

  1. Wilderness where human development is prohibited.
  2. a jam or thick syrup made from fruit

Pronunciation
kÉn-sû(r)v', /kÉnËsÉË(r)v/, /<tt>[email protected]"s3:(r)v</tt>/
:Rhymes:English:-ÉË(r)v|Rhymes: -ÉË(r)v

Verb
en-verb|conserv|ing

  1. To save for later use.
  2. To protect an environment.

Derived terms
conservation
conservative
conservatory

Translations
trans-top|to save
Japanese: ç¯ç´ãã (setsuyaku suru)
trans-mid
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trans-top|to protect
Japanese: ä¿å­ãã (hozon suru)
trans-mid
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trans-top|translations to be checked
French: conserver
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Category:English nouns


French

Noun
fr-noun|f

  1. canned foods

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