from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of conserve.
- adj. Accompanied by conservation
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. protecting or saving from harm or loss.
- n. the preservation and careful management of the environment and of natural resources.
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The only thing Democrats are interested in "conserving" are the constituents they've bought and paid for using the outrageous taxes they're always trying to raise on people who actually work for a living.
Begin conserving resources NOW by turning off your computer voluntarily.
If you're that concerned about conservation and you're positive that we will never be able to move a significant number of people off-world, you should turn off your computer right now and really begin conserving resources.
A: Israel has been a pioneer in conserving and reducing water use.
TOKYO—It has been a scorcher of a summer in Japan, and Tokyo is bathed in sweat in the name of conserving electricity.
The first stage in conserving a group of coins such as these pictured is to safely remove them from what remains of their holders.
He spends all his time on the ranch in conserving the soil.
Only the Saudi Royals have been as purposeful in conserving their allotment of black gold.
I am supporting Max for his previous and continual effectiveness as a leader in conserving ecologically valuable land in King County, identifying high priority projects in restoration, finding creative & cost effective solutions to difficult projects, and leveraging partnerships across many lines.
The program is designed to engage the NASCAR community in conserving America's hunting and fishing heritage through habitat protection, restoration, education, and outreach.