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saver

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Pronunciation: /ˈseɪvə
 
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Definition of saver in English:

noun

1A person who regularly saves money through a bank or recognized scheme: a cut in base rate usually means less income for savers
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  • Frustrated with low returns, savers are taking money out of state banks and lending it themselves
  • The government's scheme gives a free 25 per cent top-up to savers who leave their money in an account for five years.
  • I used a regular-saving account that pays the highest rates of interest to savers who save twelve consecutive monthly payments.
2 [in combination] An object, action, or process that prevents a particular resource from being used up or expended: an annual check-up can be a significant money-saver
3A travel fare offering reductions on the standard price: a new saver from London to Edinburgh
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  • Ever since privatisation, the government has regulated certain railway fares - season tickets, cheap day returns and savers - limiting the increases allowed.
4 Horse Racing , informal A hedging bet.

Words that rhyme with saver

Ava, caver, craver, deva, engraver, enslaver, favour (US favor), flavour (US flavor), graver, haver, laver, paver, quaver, raver, savour (US savor), shaver, vena cava, waiver, waver

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