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    Smile Why don't you save my appetite as well?

    HI , TEACHER

    whats the meaning of these , please

    -you saved my life

    -Why don't you save my appetite as well?

    whats the meaning of the second sentence , please?

    so thanks!!

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    Re: Why don't you save my appetite as well?

    you saved my life
    This could mean "You rescued me from a bad experience"


    -Why don't you save my appetite as well?
    "save my appetite" is an expression that means one does not eat before OR that one is anticipating food.

    I saved my appetite for my mother's dinner.
    Save your appetite so you can eat with us at 6.

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