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|Rank of this word in the English language, from analyzing texts from Project Gutenberg.|
Adjectivesafe (comparative saf, superlative er)
- Not in danger; free from harm's reach.
- You’ll be safe here.
- Free from risk; harmless, riskless.
- It’s safe to eat this.
- If you push it to the limit, safety is not guaranteed.
- Providing protection from danger; providing shelter.
- We have to find a safe spot, where we can hide out until this is over.
- Properly secured; secure.
- The documents are safe.
- (slang) Describing something wicked - cool - awesome - respectable
- Slang/modern expression for describing nouns or verbs.
- A regular term of approbation, non SAE. Equivalent of smart, good looking, etc. (origions unknown) 1978 A dictionary of South African English. Edited Jean Branford. Oxford.
- SAFE, Something is genuinely good, an agreement, a greeting. Safe can be used in many contexts whether to say thank you for something, to agree with something, another way of saying hello. Safe is a very versatile word in this sense. It is very often used by the younger generation of people.
not in danger
free from risk
providing protection from danger
describing something wicked - cool - awesome
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- A box, usually made of metal, in which valuables can be locked for safekeeping.
A box, usually made of metal, in which valuables can be locked for safekeeping
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