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Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

service /ˈsɜːvɪs/ n
  1. an act of help or assistance
  2. an organized system of labour and material aids used to supply the needs of the public: telephone service, bus service
  3. the supply, installation, or maintenance of goods carried out by a dealer
  4. the state of availability for use by the public (esp in the phrases into or out of service)
  5. a periodic overhaul made on a car, machine, etc
  6. the act or manner of serving guests, customers, etc, in a shop, hotel, restaurant, etc
  7. a department of public employment and its employees: civil service
  8. employment in or performance of work for another: he has been in the service of our firm for ten years
  9. one of the branches of the armed forces
  10. (as modifier): service life
  11. the state, position, or duties of a domestic servant (esp in the phrase in service)
  12. the act or manner of serving food
  13. a complete set of dishes, cups, etc, for use at table
  14. public worship carried out according to certain prescribed forms: divine service
  15. the prescribed form according to which a specific kind of religious ceremony is to be carried out: the burial service
  16. the act, manner, or right of serving a ball
  17. the game in which a particular player serves: he has lost his service
  18. the serving of a writ, summons, etc, upon a person
  19. (of male animals) the act of mating
  20. (modifier) of, relating to, or for the use of servants or employees
  21. (modifier) serving the public rather than producing goods
vb (transitive)
  1. to provide service or services
  2. to make fit for use
  3. to supply with assistance
  4. to overhaul (a car, machine, etc)
  5. (of a male animal) to mate with (a female)
  6. Brit to meet interest and capital payments on (debt)

See also servicesEtymology: 12th Century servise, from Old French, from Latin servitium condition of a slave, from servus a slave



Service /'sɜːvɪs/ n
  1. Robert (William). 1874–1958, Canadian poet, born in England; noted for his ballad-like poems of gold-rush era Yukon, such as 'The Shooting of Dan McGrew'; his books include Songs of a Sourdough (1907)



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