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save the day

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsave the daysave the dayHELPto stop things from going badly and make a situation end successfully A local businessman saved the day by donating £30,000 to the school. save
Examples from the Corpus
save the dayAnd not even Glen Hoddle's magic touch could save the day.He brings her in, he saves the day.It's only five minutes long but it saves the day.It was not then too late to save the day...The Grand Duke walked impressively in to save the day.The servant: Clumsy, but he saved the day.Will saved the day by lending me his suit for the interview.Then Linighan saved the day for Town with a crucial tackle on Banger.What saves the day, then, is also what ruins the day: difference.
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