God preserve us!
There seems to be little agreement as to how to preserve the evidence in such cases.
My family preserves all of the old traditions of our grandfathers.
There's a wildlife preserve on the river in town, if you're watching ducks that would be a good place.
More recently, some hutongs have been designated as protected areas in an attempt to preserve this aspect of Chinese cultural history.
It may be too late to save Grandma’s photos; but you can still preserve yours.
How can western educators help preserve threatened languages?
You can preserve the fish in a mixture of salt and vinegar.
It is important to preserve coral reefs because so many species live there.
The process by which food products can be preserved in tins was invented in 1810
In both countries it was clearer than crystal to the lords of the State preserves of loaves and fishes, that things
They've managed to preserve most of wall paintings in the caves.
That profession is a male preserve.
The agreement preserved our right to limit trade in endangered species.
The emotion they gave me was exquisite, but I could not preserve it, nor could I indefinitely repeat it; the most beautiful things in the world finished by boring me.
2. to retain
You have the right to retain possession of the goods. The state wants to retain control of food imports.
Revise new words if you want to retain them.