attention to customers in a shop or especially to guests in hotel, restaurant, etc.
(the operation of) a business or organization doing useful work or supplying a need
department of people employed by the government or a public organization
a work or duty done for sb; an act or job done for sb
(duty in) any of the armed; performing duties
a fixed form of public worship; a religious ceremony
an examination of a machine to keep it in good condition
an act or manner of serving especially in tennis
examine (a machine) and make any necessary repairs
supply a service or services to (sth)
pay the interest on (a debt)
"budget separately for goods and services"
"he did them a service"
"the Sunday service"
"he retired after 30 years of service"
"of no avail"
"there's no help for it"
"the bull was worth good money in servicing fees"
"his powerful serves won the game"
"he accepted service of the subpoena"
"it was time for an overhaul on the tractor"
"that restaurant has excellent service"
"The sewage plant served the neighboring communities"
"The garage served to shelter his horses"
"service my truck"
"the washing machine needs to be serviced"
"male animals serve the females for breeding purposes"
Solemne duties of publique seruice.
出自： R. Hooker
Even my twenty-year-old car was pressed into service to take voters to the polling-station.
The waitress has offered her services to us.
Her services are entirely satisfactory.
He took her into his service.
He offered his services to her.
He entered the civil service at twenty-five.
误 The services in this restaurant are excellent.
正 The service in this restaurant is excellent.