Idiom: Save the day
Idiom: save the day
- to solve a big problem for someone
- to do something that prevents someone from being embarrassed
- to help someone from getting in trouble or failing at doing something
- I was really sick and couldn’t study last night but my girlfriend saved the day and wrote my English essay for me.
- My baby wouldn't stop crying on the plane so the woman sitting next to me saved the day when she asked if she could hold him. Within a minute he was asleep in her arms.
- Our new intern really saved the day. She knows Adobe Illustrator really well and was able to create some custom graphics for our annual conference.
- I was really embarrassed but very pleased when my boss told everybody at the all-hands meeting that I had saved the day by noticing errors in the annual report just before it went to the printer.
- Thank you again for saving the day. My meeting was running really late and I was so worried about getting to the day care center to pick up the kids by 5 o'clock.
- After my surgery, my neighbors saved the day by cooking a number of meals for my family.
- I highly recommend that you hire Samantha. Let me tell you about several times she saved the day for our firm.
- I know it would be very stressful for you to appear in court but your testimony would save the day for your ex-husband.
- Cooper is the best dog we've ever had. He saved the day by fighting off a mountain lion that came into our backyard while we were barbecuing at our cabin.
- My aunt is so kind. She saved the day by buying my girlfriend a beautiful gown for the prom.
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