Meaning of SAFE in English

SAFE

I.

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ bank , hotel , office

▪ wall

VERB + SAFE

▪ open

▪ close , lock

▪ break into , crack

II.

adj.

VERBS

▪ be , feel , seem

▪ become

▪ keep , remain , stay

▪ make sth , render sth

The army experts made the bomb ~.

▪ keep sth

Keep your money ~ by carrying it in an inside pocket.

▪ consider sth , declare sth , deem sth

The water was not considered ~ to drink.

ADVERB

▪ extremely , fairly , very , etc.

▪ absolutely , completely , entirely , perfectly , quite , totally

a completely ~ and secure environment for young children

The woods are never entirely ~ for women on their own.

▪ comparatively , reasonably , relatively

▪ enough

You should be ~ enough, but don't go too far.

▪ inherently , intrinsically

▪ environmentally

an environmentally ~ form of energy

PREPOSITION

▪ from

They were ~ from attack.

▪ with

Your money will be ~ with me.

PHRASES

▪ better ~ than sorry

▪ play it ~ , play ~ ( BrE )

I decided to play it ~ and wore a formal suit.

▪ ~ and sound

They returned from their adventure ~ and sound.

Safe is used with these nouns: ↑ alternative , ↑ arrival , ↑ assumption , ↑ bet , ↑ confines , ↑ custody , ↑ delivery , ↑ disposal , ↑ distance , ↑ driver , ↑ driving , ↑ drug , ↑ environment , ↑ ground , ↑ guess , ↑ harbour , ↑ haven , ↑ home , ↑ house , ↑ investment , ↑ journey , ↑ landing , ↑ level , ↑ limit , ↑ manner , ↑ margin , ↑ navigation , ↑ neighbourhood , ↑ passage , ↑ place , ↑ practice , ↑ prediction , ↑ refuge , ↑ return , ↑ road , ↑ route , ↑ seat , ↑ sex , ↑ storage , ↑ trip , ↑ use , ↑ vaccine , ↑ water , ↑ zone

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