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Context MattersPlay
Use 'safety' in situations describing freedom from danger, not just physical harm but also other forms of risk. SlideWearing a helmet contributes to your safety when biking.
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Abstract IdeaPlay
'Safety' can represent an idea of protection, which can't always be touched or seen, but is understood. SlideThe safety provided by encrypted messaging is crucial.
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Perceived SecurityPlay
Sometimes 'safety' is subjective, based on how protected a person feels, not actual danger. SlideShe felt a sense of safety in her new neighborhood.