Definition of saver in English:

saver

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Pronunciation: /ˈseɪvə
 
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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.

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