An event in which an entity takes the responsibility that something desirable happens on the behalf of another entity. (noun)
Action or work that is produced, then traded, bought or sold, then finally consumed. (noun)
A function that is provided by one program or machine for another. (noun)
The state of being subordinate to or employed by an individual or group (noun)
The military. (noun)
A set of dishes or utensils. (noun)
The act of initially starting, or serving, the ball in play in tennis, volleyball, and other games. (noun)
A religious rite or ritual. (noun)
The serving, or delivery, of a summons or writ. (noun)
A taxi shared among unrelated passengers, each of whom pays part of the fare; often, it has a fixed route between cities. (noun)
service tree (noun)
To serve. (verb)
To perform maintenance. (verb)
To perform a sexual act. (verb)
Examples of word service
****Remember that a *hand-job* to your local police officer is a *public* service, not just a *service*!
While I strongly agree with your point a above, I feel that Amp does provide a service for feminist womenâ€¦ are you concerned that he has an *agenda* to provide the *service* rather than to create a blog that looks at multiple viewpoints?
The Streletsian service was a life service and an hereditary serviceÂ….
In fine, the word is applied to all persons doing service for others, and that _merely to designate them as the performers of such service_, whatever it might be, or whatever the ground on which it might be rendered.
Distinguish from _Ãªtre de service_, â€˜to be on duty,â€™ â€˜be in attendanceâ€™; _se mettre en service_, â€˜to go into service.â€™