- n. 打捞；海上救助；抢救财货；救难的奖金
- vt. 抢救；海上救助
- n. (Salvage)人名；(法)萨尔瓦热
CET6+ TEM8 IELTS GRE
1. salv- + -age.
来自拉丁语 salvare,挽救，抢救，来自 PIE*sol,完整的，词源同 solid,salvation,save.-age,名词 后缀。引申诸相关词义。
- salvage:  The salvage of a ship is etymologically simply a payment made for ‘saving’ it. The word comes via Old French salvage from medieval Latin salvāgium, a derivative of late Latin salvāre ‘save’ (source of English save). The use of English salvage as a verb is a comparatively recent development, dating from the 1880s.
- salvage (n.)
- 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.
- salvage (v.)
- 1889, from salvage (n.). Related: Salvaged; salvaging.
- 1. We definitely wanted to salvage some pride for British tennis.
- 2. Chantal was lucky to be able to salvage her career.
- 3. Once the fire has died out, the salvage team will move in.
- 4. Salvage operations have been greatly assisted by the good weather conditions.
- 5. Diplomats are still hoping to salvage something from the meeting.
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