conserve definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To protect from loss or harm; protect: calls to conserve our nationwide history when confronted with bewildering modification.
    • to utilize carefully or sparingly, preventing waste: kept the thermostat reduced to store energy.
    • to help keep (a quantity) constant through real or chemical reactions or evolutionary modifications.
    • To protect (fresh fruits) with sugar.
    • to help keep in a secure or sound state; to truly save; to protect; to protect.
    • To prepare with sugar, etc., for the true purpose of conservation, as fresh fruits, etc.; in order to make a conserve of.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To economize: tried to save on fuel throughout the lengthy winter months.
  • noun:
    • A jam made from fruits stewed in sugar.
    • wild where human development is forbidden.
    • A jam or thick syrup produced from fresh fruit.
    • A medicinal confection manufactured from freshly collected veggie substances blended with finely powdered processed sugar.
    • A conservatory.
    • any such thing that will be conserved; specifically, a sweetmeat ready with sugar; a confection.
    • A medicinal confection made from newly gathered veggie substances blended with finely powdered processed sugar. See Confection.
    • A conservatory.
    • whatever is conserved; a sweetmeat; a confection; particularly, in former use, a pharmaceutical confection.
    • . A conservatory.
    • Aconserver; what conserves.
    • fresh fruit preserved by cooking with sugar
  • verb:
    • To save for later on use.
    • to safeguard a host.
    • protect with sugar
    • keep continual through real or chemical responses or evolutionary modification
    • usage cautiously and frugally
    • retain in safety and protect well from damage, decay, reduction, or destruction
  • others:
    • To keep in a secure or sound condition; conserve; protect from loss, decay, waste, or injury; defend from violation: as, to store figures from perishing; to save the serenity of society.
    • To protect with sugar, etc., as fresh fruits, origins, natural herbs, etc.; prepare or compensate as a sweetmeat.

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