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Synonyms for conserve

Synonyms for conserve

to protect (an asset) from loss or destruction

to use without wasting

to prepare (food) for storage and future use

Synonyms for conserve

keep constant through physical or chemical reactions or evolutionary change

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keep in safety and protect from harm, decay, loss, or destruction

use cautiously and frugally

preserve with sugar

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Obviously I took literary license above, but it has become a deception that conserving energy and reducing usage saves the consumer money.
And so Conserving Liberty is divided into four chapters: (1) "Conserving Natural Rights"; (2) "Conserving Virtue"; (3) "Conserving Excellence" and (4) "Conserving Self-Government.
effectiveness of the program in conserving large quantities of water for
successfully moved (he production of CHAD'S oxygen conserving devices to its facility in Naples, Florida in June of this year.
Community lands: support communities in conserving enough land for trails, parks, farms and forests.
In fact, Los Angeles residents are already conserving energy.
Tourism does this too though, so Telecky's call for a tourism boycott would defeat the purpose of conserving elephants (and indeed all wildlife and their habitats).
You can help by conserving water and working to keep it clean.
it had won the "Agency for Natural Resources and Energy Director-General's Award" for a "multiple-site low-grade exergy(a) recovery system" at the 27th (2006) Energy Conserving Machinery Awards sponsored by the Japan Machinery Federation (JMF).
London, July 13 ( ANI ): One in five women with breast cancer who opt for breast conserving surgery rather than a mastectomy have a reoperation, a new study has revealed.
We hold seminars for property owners in the city twice a month if they are interested in conserving water.
Plenty of people have shown that conserving land--and the trees on it--can make money for developers in the long run.
Those events made such an impression on her that she kept conserving gas and electricity long after the decade had passed.
PSE chose to work with the nonprofit CLC because of the organization's expertise in conserving critical open space, either by acquiring and holding sensitive lands itself or, more often, by creatively arranging for other conservation-minded parties to take ownership and manage lands in an environmentally beneficial way.
Panel members outlined programs offered by their organizations, which offer economic incentives for conserving energy.