Found 3 items, similar to Spared.
English → Indonesian
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English → English
n 1: an extra component of a machine or other apparatus [syn: spare part
2: an extra car wheel and tire for a four-wheel vehicle [syn: fifth wheel
3: a score in tenpins; knocking down all ten after rolling two
adj 1: thin and fit; “the spare figure of a marathon runner”
body kept trim by exercise”
2: more than is needed, desired, or required; “trying to lose
; “found some extra change lying on the
; “yet another book on heraldry might be thought
; “skills made redundant by technological
; “sleeping in the spare room”
; “it was supererogatory of her to gloat”
“delete superfluous (or unnecessary) words”
; “extra ribs
as well as other supernumerary internal parts”
cheese distributed to the needy”
3: just sufficient; “the library had a spare but efficient
4: not taken up by scheduled activities; “a free hour between
; “spare time on my hands”
5: kept in reserve especially for emergency use; “a reserve
supply of food”
; “a spare tire”
; “spare parts”
6: lacking in amplitude or quantity; “a bare livelihood”
; “a spare diet”
v 1: refrain from harming [syn: save
2: save or relieve from an experience or action; “I'll spare
you from having to apologize formally”
3: give up what is not strictly needed; “he asked if they could
spare one of their horses to speed his journey”
[syn: give up
, part with
, dispense with
4: use frugally or carefully
English → English
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Spared
; p. pr. & vb. n.
.] [AS. sparian, fr. sp[ae]r spare, sparing, saving;
akin to D. & G. sparen, OHG. spar?n, Icel. & Sw. spara, Dan.
spare See Spare
1. To use frugally or stintingly, as that which is scarce or
valuable; to retain or keep unused; to save. “No cost
would he spare.”
[Thou] thy Father's dreadful thunder didst not
He that hath knowledge, spareth his words. --Prov.
2. To keep to one's self; to forbear to impart or give.
Be pleased your plitics to spare. --Dryden.
Spare my sight the pain
Of seeing what a world of tears it costs you.
3. To preserve from danger or punishment; to forbear to
punish, injure, or harm; to show mercy to.
Spare us, good Lord. --Book of
Dim sadness did not spare
That time celestial visages. --Milton.
Man alone can whom he conquers spare. --Waller.
4. To save or gain, as by frugality; to reserve, as from some
occupation, use, or duty.
All the time he could spare from the necessary cares
of his weighty charge, he ?estowed on . . . serving
of God. --Knolles.
5. To deprive one's self of, as by being frugal; to do
without; to dispense with; to give up; to part with.
Where angry Jove did never spare
One breath of kind and temperate air. --Roscommon.
I could have better spared a better man. --Shak.
To spare one's self
(a) To act with reserve. [Obs.]
Her thought that a lady should her spare.
(b) To save one's self labor, punishment, or blame.