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account an arrangement wherein a bank or other financial institution holds a customer's deposited funds so that the funds are safe but can be accessed at any time by the customer, or the conception of this arrangement as a container for the funds that are kept. [1/15 definitions]
airworthy fit and safe for use in flight.
all right unharmed or undamaged, or free of the risk of harm or damage; safe. [1/5 definitions]
childproof to make safe from damage by children or from hazardous misuse by them. [1/2 definitions]
conserve to keep safe from loss, destruction, or waste. [1/4 definitions]
crack (informal) to break into (a safe or the like). [1/15 definitions]
decontaminate to make (an area) safe for humans by removing or neutralizing radiation, poisonous substances, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
depository any place used for depositing things, esp. a safe place. [1/2 definitions]
edible suitable or safe to be eaten as food. [1/2 definitions]
ensure to protect or render safe. [1/2 definitions]
harbor any shelter or safe place. [1/5 definitions]
hot cell an enclosure designed to house radioactive materials in a safe manner so they can be worked on or tested by remote control.
inedible not suitable or safe to be eaten.
insecure having insufficient protection; not safe or secure. [1/3 definitions]
insecurity the condition or quality of having insufficient protection or not being safe. [1/3 definitions]
lock1 a mechanical device for preventing entry through a door or window or into a safe, usu. opened with a key or combination. [1/10 definitions]
preserve to keep safe from loss. [1/7 definitions]
refugee a person forced to leave his or her home or native land to seek safe refuge, usu. as a result of war, persecution, or the like.
sacred made safe from or against violation. [1/5 definitions]
safecracking the act, craft, or technique of breaking open a locked safe, usu. in order to steal its contents.
safeguard to keep safe; guard; protect. [1/2 definitions]