English adjective: safe
|1.||safe free from danger or the risk of harm|
|Samples||A safe trip.|
You will be safe here.
A safe place.
A safe bet.
|Similar||fail-safe, off the hook, risk-free, riskless, safe and sound, unhazardous, unhurt|
|See also||harmless, invulnerable, secure, uninjured|
|2.||safe (of an undertaking) secure from risk|
|3.||safe having reached a base without being put out|
|Samples||The runner was called safe when the baseman dropped the ball.|
|Domain category||baseball, baseball game|
|4.||safe financially sound|
|Samples||A good investment.|
A secure investment.
|Synonyms||dependable, good, secure|
English noun: safe
|1.||safe (artifact) strongbox where valuables can be safely kept|
|Broader (hypernym)||deedbox, strongbox|
|2.||safe (artifact) a ventilated or refrigerated cupboard for securing provisions from pests|
|Broader (hypernym)||closet, cupboard|
|Narrower (hyponym)||meat safe|
|3.||safe (artifact) contraceptive device consisting of a sheath of thin rubber or latex that is worn over the penis during intercourse|
|Synonyms||condom, prophylactic, rubber, safety|
|Broader (hypernym)||birth control device, contraceptive, contraceptive device, preventative, preventive, prophylactic device|