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Noun
Work performed by someone, typically as part of their profession
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“Danny DeVito presented the Cecil B DeMille Award to Michael Douglas for his years of service to the industry.”
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An act of being of assistance or help to someone
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“At the same time, he had done a great service to the poor people of Algiers.”
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A ceremony of religious worship according to a prescribed form
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“The service included hymns specially chosen by Ian's family, and prayers led by his father, Roy.”
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A system supplying a public need
“More victims of attacks will be able to seek help from a support service when it expands later this year.”
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The action of serving food and drinks to customers
“You'd think that the lack of customers would mean speedy service at the bar.”
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The use which can be made of a machine
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“The computer should provide good service for years.”
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A periodic routine inspection and maintenance of a vehicle or other machine
“I had to take my car in for a service after it started making funny noises while I was driving.”
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The armed forces
“He spent many years in the service.”
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Time in military operation
“In total, he had five years of service as a marine.”
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Actions performed as part of one's employment
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“The period of service must, however, be lawful employment.”
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An office or department for transacting particular business
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The state or quality of being religiously devoted or loyal
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A useful or valuable thing or person
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A desirable or useful feature or facility of a building or place
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The process of keeping something in good condition
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The interest, benefit, or wellbeing of someone or something
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A dish, or a set of dishes served together, forming one of the successive parts of a meal
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Prayer
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Special honour or respect shown publicly
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An observance or celebration to honor the memory of some person or event
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An act of improving or restoring something
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A battlefield formation composed of two or more divisions
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Energized matter, power
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Being joined in marriage
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Funeral rites
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A restoration or repair of machinery, equipment, or fittings
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Utensils or cutlery used for eating
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Dishes, often valuable
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(computing) A program that provides services to other programs or devices
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Oppression, or something that is oppressive or restrictive, typically figuratively
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An act of devoting time, effort, resources, or energy to a particular undertaking
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A set of dishes or utensils
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The action of distributing or supplying something
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A request made in an earnest manner
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A raw material or primary agricultural product that can be bought and sold, such as copper or coffee
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A group of advisers, assistants, or others accompanying an important person
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A means or medium used for the communication of ideas or information
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A service or station using a channel of frequencies
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The power, energy or strength to accomplish a task
Verb
To perform checks and maintenance on (a device or piece of equipment)
“Ensure that gas appliances are serviced regularly.”
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To pay off a loan or debt
“The country will use a quarter of its earnings to service foreign debt.”
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To engage in carnal activity
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To mend or repair
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To be adequate for a given purpose
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To be of service to
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To provide with fuel
Adjective
Relating to or characteristic of soldiers or armed forces
“He spent much of his time in the army as a correspondent for service publications.”
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