salvage

salvage
I 1. ['sælvɪdʒ]
nome
1) (rescue) salvataggio m.
2) (goods rescued) materiale m. recuperato
3) (reward) premio m. per il recupero marittimo
2.
modificatore [operation, team] di salvataggio
II ['sælvɪdʒ]
verbo transitivo
1) (rescue) salvare [cargo, belongings]; effettuare il salvataggio di, recuperare [ship]
2) fig. salvare [marriage, reputation, game]; conservare [pride]
3) (save for recycling) recuperare [metal, paper]
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['sælvi‹] 1. verb
(to save from loss or destruction in a fire, shipwreck etc: He salvaged his books from the burning house.) salvare
2. noun
1) (the act of salvaging.) salvataggio
2) (property etc which has been salvaged: Was there any salvage from the wreck?) (materiale recuperato)
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salvage /ˈsælvɪdʒ/
n. [u]
1 (naut.) salvataggio (della nave, del carico): salvage dues, diritti di salvataggio
2 (naut.) recupero; operazioni di recupero: salvage company, società di recuperi marittimi
3 (comm., naut.) materiale recuperato (da un naufragio, da un rottame)
4 (comm., naut.; = salvage money) compenso pagato per il recupero marittimo
5 (ind.) materiale di recupero: salvage dealer, commerciante in materiale di recupero
salvage corps, uomini addetti (per conto di società d'assicurazioni) al salvataggio di beni minacciati dal fuoco □ (naut.) salvage tug, rimorchiatore □ (ass.) salvage value, valore residuale (o di recupero).
(to) salvage /ˈsælvɪdʒ/
v. t.
1 (naut.) recuperare (un relitto, un carico, ecc.)
2 salvare; recuperare; mettere in salvo: We managed to salvage only a few things from the fire, siamo riusciti a salvare solo poche cose dall'incendio; There's little to salvage from this article, c'è poco da salvare in quest'articolo; to salvage one's good name, salvare il proprio buon nome
salvaged materials, materiali di recupero.
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I 1. ['sælvɪdʒ]
nome
1) (rescue) salvataggio m.
2) (goods rescued) materiale m. recuperato
3) (reward) premio m. per il recupero marittimo
2.
modificatore [operation, team] di salvataggio
II ['sælvɪdʒ]
verbo transitivo
1) (rescue) salvare [cargo, belongings]; effettuare il salvataggio di, recuperare [ship]
2) fig. salvare [marriage, reputation, game]; conservare [pride]
3) (save for recycling) recuperare [metal, paper]

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