[kon-ser-vey-ter, kuh n-sur-vuh-] /ˈkɒn sərˌveɪ tər, kənˈsɜr və-/
a person who or preserves; preserver; protector.
a person who repairs, restores, or maintains the condition of objects, as paintings or sculptures in an art museum, or books in a library.
Law. a guardian; a custodian.
British. a person employed by the commission; a worker.
a person who conserves or keeps safe; custodian, guardian, or protector
1640s, from conservator + -ship.
c.1400, from Anglo-French conservatour, from Latin conservator “keeper, preserver, defender,” agent noun of conservare (see conserve).
[kuh n-sur-vuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee] /kənˈsɜr vəˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/ noun, plural conservatories. 1. a school giving instruction in one or more of the fine or dramatic arts; specifically, a school of music. 2. a greenhouse, usually attached to a dwelling, for growing and displaying plants. 3. Archaic. a place where things are preserved. adjective 4. serving […]
[verb kuh n-surv; noun kon-surv, kuh n-surv] /verb kənˈsɜrv; noun ˈkɒn sɜrv, kənˈsɜrv/ verb (used with object), conserved, conserving. 1. to prevent injury, decay, waste, or loss of: Conserve your strength for the race. 2. to use or manage (natural resources) wisely; preserve; save: Conserve the woodlands. 3. Physics, Chemistry. to hold (a property) constant […]
/ˈkɒnsɪt/ noun 1. a town in N England, in N Durham. Pop: 20 659 (2001)
[kuh n-sid-er] /kənˈsɪd ər/ verb (used with object) 1. to think carefully about, especially in order to make a decision; contemplate; reflect on: He considered the cost before buying the new car. 2. to regard as or deem to be: I consider the story improbable. 3. to think, believe, or suppose: We consider his reply […]