Part of speech:
To keep from being damaged, lost, or wasted; save
To seal in an airtight container for future use; preserve:
To become immersed or soaking wet.
To fill or furnish with a supply or stock
(Intransitive) To be undergoing a chemical or physical process for preservation or use.
To season is defined as to add herbs and spices to make food more tasty.
(Intransitive) To deposit salt as a saline solution.
To put (something) into a pot.
To plate or coat with tin.
To remove moisture from.
Corn is defined as to form into tiny particles, to feed grain to animals, or to preserve foods with salt.
To freeze is defined as to become frozen, to make something frozen or to stop moving.
To make or keep cool or cold; chill
To remove water from (a compound, substance, bodily tissues, etc.); dry
To steep (meat, fish, etc.) in a marinade
To remove (a ship, for example) from active service or use and put into protective storage.
To flow or move into (a container or area), often to capacity:
To fail to take advantage of or use for profit; lose:
Maintain is defined as to keep in a current state in order to prevent from failing or breaking or to carry on or to support or provide.
To control the actions or behavior of; to keep under control; to restrain.
To supervise the entry and exit through; keep watch at:
To make into jelly
To save; reserve:
To protect or guard
(Electricity) to protect from the influence of
} To save or gain, as by frugality; to reserve, as from some occupation, use, or duty.
To hold aloft; raise:
(Archaic) To go or come to ruin
To put to death; kill:
The definition of hurt is feeling physical pain, or to cause someone or something to experience physical pain or to cause harm.
To pay little or no attention to; fail to heed; disregard:
A sweet mixture of fruit boiled with sugar and allowed to congeal. Often spread on bread or toast or used in jam tarts.
To manage economically; conserve
To protect or ensure the privacy or secrecy of (a telephone line, for example).
To support from below; keep from falling or sinking; prop:
A right held back or given to the grantor, such as some right, profit, or interest in the estate or property that is being granted; a delayed decision by a court or other body on a point of law; a preservation of the right to dispute a point of contract by a party nevertheless performing same (such as, performing under reservation). See also under protest.
A reservation of public land:
To use force against in order to harm; start a fight with; strike out at with physical or military force; assault
An area for which a person is responsible as a representative or agent:
To carry on; persist in:
To stop using, doing, etc.; cease; give up
To straighten (hair) by a chemical process; conk.
To put into a bottle or bottles
To cure (herring, salmon, etc.) by cleaning, salting, and drying or smoking
To expel moisture from (usually by means of artificial heat), leaving the solid portion
To treat (a dead body) with various chemicals, usually after removing the viscera, etc., to keep it from decaying rapidly
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