Noun(1) fruit preserved by cooking with sugar
Verb(1) keep constant through physical or chemical reactions or evolutionary change(2) keep in safety and protect from harm, decay, loss, or destruction(3) use cautiously and frugally(4) preserve with sugar
(1) Imagine a snow-white bowl of yoghurt topped with this glistening, exotic conserve .(2) Would you prefer ├ö├ç├┐To make conserve of roses, and any other flowers├ö├ç├û or ├ö├ç├┐To make a powder for the stone and stranguillian?├ö├ç├û(3) ├ö├ç├┐The government also needs to focus on types of housing which conserve resources, particularly water,├ö├ç├û he said.(4) I buttered it and spread a liberal portion of raspberry conserve to compensate for the charcoal-y bits.(5) This Project endeavours to make children more aware of their immediate environment, and the steps to be taken to protect and conserve it.(6) Health chiefs are looking more and more at measures to conserve blood stocks due to concerns over dwindling numbers of blood donors as well as the risks of infection from blood products.(7) If a factory pollutes an adjoining river, then its owner will have a greater incentive to conserve resources if he has to compensate someone with a property claim to that stretch of river.(8) The organization has argued in the past, and again this year, that all boats, including kayaks, must be banned from the river to protect and conserve fish and their habitat.(9) Financial transactions can be delayed so conserve your resources for now.(10) They try to keep still, to conserve their resources of blubber and mother's milk.(11) At the same time it will conserve natural resources.(12) The findings give new urgency to protect and conserve coral reefs, which have come under increasing threats from the likes of dynamite fishing, pollution and climate change.(13) New licensing fees based on boat lengths were also implemented, which would presumably conserve stocks by discouraging licence holders from buying bigger vessels.(14) Delegates from 90 countries will discuss ways to conserve habitats, protect the migratory routes birds take and the use of satellite technology to monitor stocks.(15) As a result, their main impulse is to conserve wilderness from destruction by humans.(16) Despite an acute water scarcity in many parts of India, the Government has yet to legislate effectively to conserve groundwater resources.