The word spare is a noun. Spare means (1) a score in tenpins; knocking down all ten after rolling two balls, (2) an extra car wheel and tire for a four-wheel vehicle, (3) an extra component of a machine or other apparatus.
Spare is also a verb that means (1) use frugally or carefully, (2) give up what is not strictly needed, (3) refrain from harming, (4) save or relieve from an experience or action.
Spare is also an adjective that means (1) lacking in amplitude or quantity, (2) thin and fit, (3) kept in reserve especially for emergency use, (4) not taken up by scheduled activities, (5) just sufficient.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word spare.
The right bicycle accessories are a must for a safe and enjoyable cycling experience. Bicycle accessories include helmets, water bottles and cages, a spare tube, a tire pump, tire levers, and more.
If you are using your home office for things like paying bills, writing letters, and surfing the Internet for personal use, and don't have a spare room, try borrowing a little space from another room.
Many people like to bowl in their spare time, whether competitively or just for fun. Find information about this popular sport as well as links to bowling equipment suppliers.
The following articles provide recent spare-related news.
Biologists are searching caves and abandoned mines in the West, hoping to spare many species of the winged creatures from the devastating fungus, white-nose syndrome.
Jim Robbins. New York Times. Monday, 18 Feb 2019 16:34:21 GMT.
Isla Rowntree, the founder of British children's bike maker Islabikes, has resorted to stacking spare parts in meeting spaces and office rooms as she gets ready for a potentially chaotic no-deal Brexit next month.
Reuters. Monday, 18 Feb 2019 08:27:12 -0500.
Britain has begun stockpiling food, fuel, spare parts and ammunition at military bases in Gibraltar, Cyprus and the Falklands in case of a no-deal Brexit, Sky News has learnt.
Sky News. Friday, 25 Jan 2019 16:45:00 +0000.
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