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(idiomatic) To rescue a person or situation from imminent danger or major failure.
Undaunted by the dangers that face them, Harry and his friends set out to stop the forces of evil and save the day.
When the weather outside threatens to upset your fitness program, indoor cycling classes can save the day.
Whether you're trying to survive a trip to the grocery store or you're on a long flight with your toddler cross country, finger foods can certainly save the day.
If you're a sports fan, One Stop Fan Shop could save the day.
The gods of the ancient world have returned in their golden chariots to save the day!
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