US: /ˈsæɫvədʒ/, /ˈsæɫvɪdʒ/
UK: /sˈælvɪd‍ʒ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

salvage /'sælvidʤ/
  • danh từ
    • tiền trả cứu tàu (cho hãng bảo hiểm)
    • sự cứu tàu (khỏi đắm, khỏi hoả hoạn...); sự cứu chạy (đồ đạc trong một vụ cháy nhà)
    • tài sản cứu được, đồ đạc cứu được
    • sự tận dụng giấy lộn (sắt vụn)
    • giấy lộn (sắt vụn...) được tận dụng
    • ngoại động từ
      • cứu khỏi đắm, cứu khỏi hoả hoạn

    Advanced English dictionary

    noun, verb
    + noun [U]
    1 the act of saving things that have been, or are likely to be, damaged or lost, especially in a disaster or an accident: the salvage of the wrecked tanker + a salvage company / operation / team
    2 the things that are saved from a disaster or an accident: an exhibition of the salvage from the wreck
    + verb [VN]
    1 ~ sth (from sth) to save a badly damaged ship, etc. from being lost completely; to save parts or property from a damaged ship or from a fire, etc: The wreck was salvaged by a team from the RAF. + We only managed to salvage two paintings from the fire. + The house was built using salvaged materials.
    2 to manage to rescue sth from a difficult situation; to stop a bad situation from being a complete failure: What can I do to salvage my reputation? (= get a good reputation again) + He wondered what he could do to salvage the situation. + United lost 52, salvaging a little pride with two late goals.

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 save, recover, rescue, redeem, deliver, retrieve, reclaim:
    Were you able to salvage anything of value after the fire?
    2 recovery, rescue, retrieval, redemption, deliverance, reclamation, salvation:
    The salvage of a vessel or cargo at sea invests the salvager with legal rights under certain conditions.

    Concise English dictionary

    +property or goods saved from damage or destruction
    +the act of saving goods or property that were in danger of damage or destruction
    +the act of rescuing a ship or its crew or its cargo from a shipwreck or a fire
    +save from ruin, destruction, or harm
    +collect discarded or refused material