safe

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noun
ADJECTIVE
bank, hotel, office
wall
VERB + SAFE
open
close, lock
break into, crack
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adj.
VERBS
be, feel, seem
become
keep, remain, stay
make sth, render sth

The army experts made the bomb safe.

keep sth

Keep your money safe by carrying it in an inside pocket.

consider sth, declare sth, deem sth

The water was not considered safe to drink.

ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
absolutely, completely, entirely, perfectly, quite, totally

a completely safe and secure environment for young children

The woods are never entirely safe for women on their own.

comparatively, reasonably, relatively
enough

You should be safe enough, but don't go too far.

inherently, intrinsically
environmentally

an environmentally safe form of energy

PREPOSITION
from

They were safe from attack.

with

Your money will be safe with me.

PHRASES
better safe than sorry
play it safe, play safe (BrE)

I decided to play it safe and wore a formal suit.

safe and sound

They returned from their adventure safe and sound.

Safe is used with these nouns: ↑alternative, ↑arrival, ↑assumption, ↑bet, ↑confines, ↑custody, ↑delivery, ↑disposal, ↑distance, ↑driver, ↑driving, ↑drug, ↑environment, ↑ground, ↑guess, ↑harbour, ↑haven, ↑home, ↑house, ↑investment, ↑journey, ↑landing, ↑level, ↑limit, ↑manner, ↑margin, ↑navigation, ↑neighbourhood, ↑passage, ↑place, ↑practice, ↑prediction, ↑refuge, ↑return, ↑road, ↑route, ↑seat, ↑sex, ↑storage, ↑trip, ↑use, ↑vaccine, ↑water, ↑zone

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • SAFE — as an acronym can refer to:*State Administration of Foreign Exchange *Secure Access For Everyone *Security and Freedom Ensured Act (related to USA PATRIOT Act) *Securing Adolescents From Exploitation Online Act of 2007 (US House of… …   Wikipedia

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