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salvage

US [ˈsælvɪdʒ]
UK ['sælvɪdʒ]
  • v.打捞;挽救;挽回;抢救(失事船舶、火灾等中的财物)
  • n.(对财物等的)抢救;抢救出的财物
  • Web救助;海上救助;残值
Simple Present:salvages  Present Participle:salvaging  Past Tense:salvaged  
salvage
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n.
1.
(对财物等的)抢救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
对失事油轮的打捞
a salvage company/operation/team
打捞公司;营救行动;抢救队
2.
抢救出的财物the things that are saved from a disaster or an accident
an exhibition of the salvage from the wreck
沉船打捞物品展览
v.
1.
打捞,营救(失事船舶等);抢救(失事船舶、火灾等中的财物)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.
失事船只被英国皇家空军救援小组打捞起来了。
The house was built using salvaged materials.
这栋房子是用回收的废旧材料建成的。
We only managed to salvage two paintings from the fire.
我们只从火灾中抢救出两幅画。
2.
~ sth
挽救;挽回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) ?
我怎样才能挽回我的名声呢?
He wondered what he could do to salvage the situation.
他不知道怎样才能挽救这个局面。
United lost 5–2, salvaging a little pride with two late goals.
联队以 2:5 失利,只靠后来两粒进球挽回了一点面子。

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