[sal-vij] /ˈsæl vɪdʒ/
the act of a ship or its cargo from perils of the seas.
the property so .
compensation given to those who voluntarily a ship or its cargo.
the act of saving anything from fire, danger, etc.
the property saved from danger.
the value or proceeds upon sale of goods recovered from a fire.
verb (used with object), salvaged, salvaging.
to from shipwreck, fire, etc.
the act, process, or business of rescuing vessels or their cargoes from loss at sea
the goods or property so saved
compensation paid for the salvage of a vessel or its cargo
the proceeds from the sale of salvaged goods or property
to save or rescue (goods or property) from fire, shipwreck, etc
to gain (something beneficial) from a failure: she salvaged little from the broken marriage
1640s, “payment for saving a ship from wreck or capture,” from French salvage (15c.), from Old French salver “to save” (see save (v.)). The general sense of “the saving of property from danger” is attested from 1878. Meaning “recycling of waste material” is from 1918, from the British effort in World War I.
1889, from salvage (n.). Related: Salvaged; salvaging.
To steal; loot; liberate (WWI Army)
[sangk-shuh n] /ˈsæŋk ʃən/ noun 1. authoritative permission or approval, as for an action. 2. something that serves to support an action, condition, etc. 3. something that gives binding force, as to an oath, rule of conduct, etc. 4. Law. 5. International Law. action by one or more states toward another state calculated to force […]
[sat-ahyuh r] /ˈsæt aɪər/ noun 1. the use of irony, sarcasm, ridicule, or the like, in exposing, denouncing, or deriding vice, folly, etc. 2. a literary composition, in verse or prose, in which human folly and vice are held up to scorn, derision, or ridicule. 3. a literary genre comprising such compositions. /ˈsætaɪə/ noun 1. […]
[sat-is-fak-shuh n] /ˌsæt ɪsˈfæk ʃən/ noun 1. an act of satisfying; fulfillment; gratification. 2. the state of being satisfied; contentment. 3. the cause or means of being satisfied. 4. confident acceptance of something as satisfactory, dependable, true, etc. 5. reparation or compensation, as for a wrong or injury. 6. the opportunity to redress or right […]
[non-skej-oold, -oo ld, -oo-uh ld; British non-shed-yoold, -shej-oold] /nɒnˈskɛdʒ uld, -ʊld, -u əld; British nɒnˈʃɛd yuld, -ˈʃɛdʒ uld/ adjective 1. not scheduled; not entered on or having a schedule; unscheduled: nonscheduled activities. 2. (of an airline) authorized to carry passengers or freight between specified points as demand warrants, rather than on a regular schedule. /nɒnˈʃɛdjuːld; […]