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Results for: one who saves, one who preservesTranslations 1 - 22 of 22
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one who saves, one who preservesconserver
automatic saving of data, quality of an application which automatically saves a working file at timed intervals (Computers)autosave
budgeter, financial planner; one who saves his moneyeconomizer
chemical preservative, fabric additive, glue, liquid sprayed for protection, perfume additive, serving to stabilize, serving to fix in place, substance which makes stable or fixes in place (especially one which protects artwork or preserves microscopic...fixative
cumquat, edible fruit, fruit-bearing tree, small citrus fruit which is mainly used in making preserveskumquat
file format which preserves document formatting and enables users to view a file correctly from any computer equipped with the Acrobat Reader software (developed by Adobe Systems)PDF (Portable Document Format)
force into a container or opening, cram; fill with some type of stuffing; fill an animal hide with material that preserves its shape; eat a large amount of food, gorge, material of which something is made; essence; objects, things; personal belongings;...stuff
make, make candy or preserves, prepare from ingredients; compound; construct; make a confection, sweet confectionconfect
national mail system, office which handles postal business; area in a computer which saves electronic mail messages until they are downloaded by a user, party game, place for mailing and stampspost office
one who embalms corpses; something which preserves and prevents decayembalmer
one who eternalizes, one who makes everlasting; one who preserves from oblivionperpetuator
one who saves a person from danger or harm, one who frees a person from riskrescuer
one who saves a person from death; person or thing which rescues a person from a difficult situation, rescuerlifesaver
one who saves from destruction, one who rescuessalvager
one who saves, redeemer, rescuersavior
one who saves, redeemer, rescuer, saviorsaviour
one who saves, thrifty person, economizerhusbander
person or thing that saves from damage or harm; defender, protector; guard, one who maintains security, something that saves or protectspreserver
Portable Document Format; file format which preserves document formatting and enables users to view a file correctly from any computer equipped with the Acrobat Reader software (developed by Adobe Systems)PDF
preserver, person or thing which cans and preserves foodcanner
rescuer, salvager; one who safeguards; redeemer, one who delivers from sin; one who conserves; one who preserves, one who maintains, somebody who saves money, something that conserves resourcessaver
woman that saves from harm, female defender; female guard, woman who preservesprotectress
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