what’s the difference between “safe” and “save”?

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  • ‘Safe’ is an advective – ‘I feel safe in this house’.

    ‘Save’ is a verb – ‘I wanted to save the apple for later.’

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  • great question madhavi:) yOU know though these words sound synonimous but still there lies a “deep” difference !! Happiness can be found of things which may not even be beneficial to our spiritual or psychological aspect like we may go out & have our favourite dish & clothes etc., we would feel happy. But satisfaction comes from a kind of achievent, if we get good grades in studies we would get a positive feeling that says “hard word paid off” now thats more beneficial isn’t it ;p[ Now peace…. I think it depends on what attitude we adopt towads the “activities” we do for “happiness” or either “satisfaction”, peace actually exist in our self, it just has to be found by us. A person of ignorance might feel peace while a hard worker could be strresed. It can be even oposite to that . So peace needs to found by us.

  • Save is a verb, an act; you save money, you save someone from danger. It means you keep something from harm or use. Safe is an adjective, a description. It means that the person or thing that is safe is not subject to harm. The person you save is safe (not in danger). One has safe sex.

  • Safe is an adjective; save is a verb

    Unless you mean a safe for money, in which case it’s a noun.

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  • safe means ,keep yourself safe when e.g crossing the road,driving a car ,watching out for you little brother maybe keeping him safe and sound as they might say.save is e.g save your money in a bank ,save your work on the COMPUTER or you will loose it.ok.

  • safe means to be secure, not in harm’s way. Save is to keep something, to not spend it

  • “Safe” is being careful about something.

    “Save” is helping something or someone in need.

    Sepcific Definition

    “Safe”-Free from harm, injury, or risk; untouched or unthreatened by danger or injury; unharmed; unhurt; secure; whole; as, safe from disease; safe from storms; safe from foes.

    “Save”-To make safe; to procure the safety of; to preserve from injury, destruction, or evil of any kind; to rescue from impending danger; as, to save a house from the flames.

  • someone can save you.

    then you are safe



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