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  1. serve

    • IPA[səːv]

    英式

    • v.
      perform duties or services for (another person or an organization);provide (an area or group of people) with a product or service
    • n.
      (in tennis and other racket sports) an act of hitting the ball or shuttlecock to start play;a reprimand
    • noun: serve, plural noun: serves

    • verb: serve, 3rd person present: serves, gerund or present participle: serving, past tense: served, past participle: served

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. perform duties or services for (another person or an organization):

      Malcolm has served the church very faithfully

    • 2. provide (an area or group of people) with a product or service:

      a hospital which serves a large area of Wales

    • 3. be employed as a member of the armed forces:

      he had hoped to serve with the Medical Corps

    • 4. spend (a period) in office, in an apprenticeship, or in prison:

      he is serving a ten-year jail sentence

    • 5. present (food or drink) to someone:

      they serve wine instead of beer

      serve white wines chilled

    • 6. present (someone) with food or drink:

      the cafe refused to serve him with the tea

      Peter served them generous portions of soup

    • 7. (of food or drink) be enough for:

      the recipe serves four people

    • 8. attend to (a customer in a shop):

      she turned to serve the impatient customer

    • 9. supply (goods) to a customer.
    • 10. act as a server at the celebration of the Eucharist.
    • 11. play (a trick) on (someone):

      I remember the trick you served me

    • 12. deliver (a document such as a summons or writ) in a formal manner to the person to whom it is addressed:

      the court then issues the summons and serves it on your debtor

    • 13. deliver a document to (the addressee) in a formal manner:

      they were just about to serve him with a writ

    • 14. be of use in achieving or satisfying:

      this book will serve a useful purpose

      the union came into existence to serve the interests of musicians

    • 15. be of some specified use:

      the square now serves as the town's chief car park

      sweat serves to cool down the body

    • 16. treat (someone) in a specified way:

      Cornish homeowners wonder if they are being fairly served

    • 17. (of a male breeding animal) copulate with (a female).
    • 18. (in tennis and other racket sports) hit the ball or shuttlecock to begin play for each point of a game:

      he tossed the ball up to serve

      serve the ball on to the front wall

    • 19. win the final game of a set or match while serving:

      Fitzgerald then served out for the set

    • 20. bind (a rope) with thin cord to protect or strengthen it.
    • 21. operate (a gun):

      before long Lodge was the only man in his section able to serve the guns

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. (in tennis and other racket sports) an act of hitting the ball or shuttlecock to start play:

      he was let down by an erratic serve

    • 2. a reprimand:

      he would be willing to give the country a serve in an English newspaper

    • n. a quantity of food suitable for or served to one person:

    • a large serving of spaghetti

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    • n. a quantity of food suitable for or served to one person:

    • a large serving of spaghetti

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    • adj. having completed a period of apprenticeship or training:

    • all the carpet-fitters are time-served experts

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    • ph. used to indicate that people will be dealt with in the order in which they arrive or apply

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    • ph. used to indicate that people will be dealt with strictly in the order in which they arrive or apply

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    • ph. vengeance is often more satisfying if it is not exacted immediately

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    • ph. vengeance is often more satisfying if it is not exacted immediately

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    • adj.
      having concern for one's own welfare and interests before those of others:
    • public accountability is replaced by self-serving propaganda
    • n.
      concern for oneself before others.

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    • IPA[sərv]

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    • v.
      perform duties or services for (another person or an organization):
    • Malcolm has served the church very faithfully
    • n.
      (in tennis and other racket sports) an act or turn of hitting the ball or shuttlecock to start play:
    • he was let down by an erratic serve

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