- 01. Water [conservation] is essential during the summer months.02. We must [conserve] our forests if we want there to be logging jobs for our children and grandchildren.03. We'll have to be [conservative] in our spending if we want to make our money last.04. The people in this office dress quite [conservatively], so I don't think you should really wear those old jeans to work anymore.05. The [conservation] of our fish stocks is critical to our economic future here in this state.06. The new police chief has very [conservative] views, and is expected to be a real hard-liner.07. We have to make sure we turn off the lights when we're not in the room in order to [conserve] electricity.08. Political [conservatives] tend to argue that inequality is the result of human nature.09. Mort Sahl once joked that a [conservative] is someone who believes in reform - but not now.10. Martin Luther King Jr. once remarked that when you are right, you cannot be too radical, but when you are wrong, you cannot be too [conservative].11. Dolphins jump out of the water to [conserve] energy; it is easier to move through the air than through the water.12. Eighteen national parks have been established in Zambia to [conserve] different ecosystems and their wildlife.13. Ariel Durant once suggested that the [conservative] who resists change is as valuable as the radical who proposes it.14. In December of 1973, the British government introduced a three-day work week in order to [conserve] energy during a miners' strike.15. Bhutan, China, India, Nepal, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines, and other nations of Asia and the Pacific are making substantial commitments to [conserving] their natural resources.16. If we can [conserve] the broadest variety of the world's habitats, we will conserve the life within these places.17. Saudi Arabia has been described as a [conservative] country founded on Islamic religous and cultural values.18. In the summer time, we all need to [conserve] water.19. The church music of Giovanni Pierluigi de Palestrina captures the essence of the sober, [conservative] aspect of his era.20. Musical innovations in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries strongly affected the previously [conservative] category of sacred music.21. Her parents are quite [conservative] so I don't think they'll be happy when they find out she is going to get an apartment with her boyfriend.22. My grandparents are very [conservative] and don't believe that women should have a job after they get married.
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conservation — [ kɔ̃sɛrvasjɔ̃ ] n. f. • fin XIIIe; lat. conservatio 1 ♦ Action de conserver, de maintenir intact ou dans le même état. ⇒ entretien, 1. garde, maintien, préservation, protection, 1. sauvegarde. Être chargé de la conservation d un monument.… … Encyclopédie Universelle
Conservation — may refer to: Conservation movement, to protect animals, fungi, plants and their habitats Conservation biology, the science of the protection and management of biodiversity Conservation genetics an interdisciplinary science that aims to apply… … Wikipedia
conservation — CONSERVATION. s. f. Action par laquelle une chose, une personne est conservée, ou l effet de cette action. Ayez soin de la conservation de ces fruits. La conservation de quelque chose. Chacun a soin de sa conservation. J ai fait cela pour votre… … Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798
conservation — Conservation. s. f. v. Action par laquelle une chose, une personne est conservée. Ayez soin de la conservation de ces fruits. la conservation de quelque chose. chacun a soin de sa conservation. j ay fait cela pour vostre conservation, pour la… … Dictionnaire de l'Académie française
Conservation — Con ser*va tion, n. [L. conservatio: cf. F. conservation.] The act of preserving, guarding, or protecting; the keeping (of a thing) in a safe or entire state; preservation. [1913 Webster] A step necessary for the conservation of Protestantism.… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
conservation — UK US /ˌkɒnsəˈveɪʃən/ noun [U] ENVIRONMENT, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ► the process of using water, gas, electricity, etc. carefully in order not to waste it: »The main objectives are the conservation of materials and energy in support of the… … Financial and business terms
conservation — I noun economy, fostering, guarding, harboring, keeping, maintaining, maintenance, nourishing, nursing, preservation, preserving, protecting, protection, providing sanctuary, safeguarding, safekeeping, saving, sheltering, shielding, sparing,… … Law dictionary
conservation — ► NOUN 1) preservation or restoration of the natural environment and wildlife. 2) preservation and repair of archaeological, historical, and cultural sites and artefacts. 3) careful use of a resource: energy conservation. 4) Physics the principle … English terms dictionary
conservation — [kän΄sər vā′shən] n. [ME conservacioun < OFr conservation < L conservatio] 1. the act or practice of conserving; protection from loss, waste, etc.; preservation 2. the official care, protection, or management of natural resources 3. the… … English World dictionary
Conservation — (v. lat.), 1) Aufbewahrung; 2) Erhaltung bei Kraft etc. Daher Conservationsbrille, s. u. Brille; Conservationshaus, so v. w. Conservatorium 2) … Pierer's Universal-Lexikon
Conservation — Conservation, lat., Aufbewahrung, Erhaltung; conservativ, erhaltend. Als politischer Namen bezeichnet Conservativer einen Mann, der an dem gesetzlich Bestehenden festhält und nur in eine gesetzliche Abänderung desselben einwilligt; er ist der… … Herders Conversations-Lexikon