Serve - definition, pronunciation, transcription
The female students served as a control group
This table would serve very well
His freedom served him well
She served in Congress for two terms
The garage served to shelter his horses
The entertainers served up a lively show
He served the church
serve the country
Their interests are served
The lake serves recreation
The President's wisdom has served the country well
- work for or be a servant to (syn: assist, attend, wait on)
The minister served the King for many years
- be sufficient; be adequate, either in quality or quantity (syn: answer, do, suffice)
My sons never served, because they are short-sighted
Soup was served as the first course.
The waiter served our meals quickly.
The restaurant serves excellent Italian food.
The waiter who served us was very nice.
Feel free to serve yourself at the salad bar.
You carve the turkey, and I'll serve.
The roast should serve six.
I'm afraid all of our salespeople are serving other customers right now.
What can we do to serve our customers better?
She started the game with a powerful serve.
I've been asked to serve on yet another committee.
The general had served as a private soldier in the earlier war.
The bundle served him for a pillow.
His words serve as a reminder of our responsibility.
It's time to serve up the main course.
present participle: serving
past tense: served
past participle: served
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