Translation of lifesaver in Spanish:

lifesaver

Pronunciation: /ˈlaɪfˌseɪvər; ˈlaɪfˌseɪvə(r)/

n

  • 1.1lifeguard 1.2 (from bad situation) salvación (feminine) that was /you were a lifesaver fue/fuiste mi salvación
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    • A proud mum has hailed her two-year-old toddler as a lifesaver - after he saved her from falling into a diabetic coma.
    • Her family will tonight welcome hundreds of volunteers to a blood sample session at a West Timperley pub in a bid to find the lifesaver who can help Shannon.
    • Nominees might be heroic lifesavers who have put themselves in danger to help somebody else.

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