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service /ˈsɜːvəs, ˈsɜːvɪs $ ˈsɜːr-/ noun
service verb [transitive]


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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

service
[noun]
Synonyms:
- help, assistance, avail, benefit, use, usefulness
- work, business, duty, employment, labour, office
- overhaul, check, maintenance
- ceremony, observance, rite, worship
[verb]
Synonyms:
- overhaul, check, fine tune, go over, maintain, tune (up)
Related Words: active duty, duty, fighting
English Thesaurus: repair, fix, mend, service, renovate, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. service1 S1 W1 /ˈsɜːvəs, ˈsɜːvɪs $ ˈsɜːr-/ noun
[Word Family: noun: servant, serve, server, service, disservice, the services, serving, servery, servicing, servility, servitude; adjective: serviceable, servile, serving; verb: serve, service]
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin servitium 'condition of being a slave', from servus; serve1]

1. OFFICIAL SYSTEM/ORGANIZATION [countable] the official system for providing something, especially something that everyone in a country needs to have, or the official organization that provides it:
the health service
the postal service
the police service
the prison service
Workers in the emergency services (=the police, hospital, and the fire service) are forbidden from striking.
There has been a decline in public services in recent years.
the essential services (=the police, hospitals, fire service, and organizations that provide basic things such as water, gas, or electricity)civil service, Diplomatic Service, fire service, Internal Revenue Service, National Health Service, secret service, security service

2. SOMETHING PROVIDED BY A COMPANY [countable] a particular type of help or work that is provided by a business to customers, but not one that involves producing goods:
A wide range of financial services are available.
provide/offer a service
Datapost offers a delivery service to over 160 countries.
Our aim is to provide the best service at the lowest price.
the supply of goods and servicesservice industry

3. IN A SHOP/RESTAURANT/BAR [uncountable] the help that people who work in a shop, restaurant, bar etc give you
good/bad/slow etc service
The service was terrible and so was the food.
customer service
At our bank, we insist on high standards of customer service.
Service is included in your bill (=the charge for paying the people who serve you is included).room service, self-service, service charge

4. WORK [uncountable] (also services [plural]) the work that someone does for a person or organization, especially over a long period
20/30 years etc of service
Brian retired after 25 years of service to the company.
a long service award
a career in public service (=work done for the public or the government)
services to somebody/something (=all the good work you have done for someone or something)
He received an award for services to sport.

5. WORK DONE FOR SOMEBODY services [plural] skilled work or advice from a particular type of worker who you use to help you do something
sb’s services/the services of somebody
Lydia obtained the services of a qualified nurse.
sb’s services as something
Why don’t you offer your services as a tennis coach?

6. DUTY jury/military/community etc service something that ordinary people can be asked to do as a public duty or as a punishment:
Her attacker was sentenced to 120 hours’ community service.

7. BEING USED [uncountable] used to talk about whether a piece of equipment, a vehicle etc is available to be used, or how long it can be used
in service (=being used or available to be used)
These trains have been in service for many years.
out of service (=not being used or not available to be used)
The escalator is out of service.
give good/excellent etc service (=work well and last a long time)
Steel tools give good service for years.

8. RELIGIOUS CEREMONY [countable] a formal religious ceremony, especially in church
hold/conduct a service
The service was held in the chapel.
marriage/funeral/christening etc service
a memorial service for the disaster victims

9. ARMY the services British Englishthe service American English a country’s military forces, especially considered as a job
join/go into the services
Maybe you should join the services.
Her son is in the services.

10. HELP [singular, uncountable] formal help that you give to someone
be at sb’s service (=be available to help someone, or for someone to use)
My secretary is at your service.
be of service (to somebody) (=help someone)
Can I be of any service?
do somebody a service (=do something that will help someone)
He did her a service by telling her the truth.

11. CHECKS ON A CAR/MACHINE [countable] an examination and repair of a machine or car to keep it working properly:
I’m getting the bus home – my car’s in for a service.

12. TENNIS/BALL GAME [countable] an act of hitting a ball through the air in order to start a game, especially in tennis:
It’s your service.

13. ON A MOTORWAY services [plural] British English a place near a motorway where you can stop and have a meal or drink, or buy food, petrol etc ⇒ service station:
How far is it to the next services?

14. PLATES/CUPS ETC [countable] a set of plates, bowls, cups etc that match each other

15. BUS/TRAIN/PLANE ETC [countable usually singular] British English a regular journey made by a bus, train, boat etc to a particular place at a particular time:
the 8:15 service to Cambridge

16. be in service/go into service British English to be working or start working as a servant in someone’s house, especially in the past ⇒ domestic service

17. LEGAL DOCUMENT [uncountable] formal when someone is given a legal document telling them that they must do something or that something is going to happen:
the service of a summons

18. for services rendered formal for work you have done or help you have given:
payment for services rendered
active service, lip service, ⇒ press somebody/something into service at press2(13)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. service2 verb [transitive]
[Word Family: noun: servant, serve, server, service, disservice, the services, serving, servery, servicing, servility, servitude; adjective: serviceable, servile, serving; verb: serve, service]

1. [usually passive] if someone services a machine or vehicle, they examine it and do what is needed to keep it working well:
I’m having the car serviced next week.servicing

2. to provide people with something they need or want:
schools that service local communities

3. service a debt/loan technical to pay the interest on a debt

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

service
noun
I. system that provides sth the public needs
ADJ. efficient, excellent, good, valuable | adequate | bad, inadequate, poor, terrible | complete, comprehensive, full | standard | basic | reduced | back-up, support | emergency, essential A passer-by called the emergency services (= the ambulance/fire /police services). Essential services (= the supply of water, gas, electricity) will be maintained.
vital providing a vital service to the public
available Find out what services are available in your area.
public | advisory, banking, counselling, financial, information, medical, news, rescue, telephone, etc. | ambulance, diplomatic, fire, foreign, health, intelligence, library, police, postal, prison, probation, prosecution, secret, security, social She works for the social services
VERB + SERVICE offer (sb), provide (sb with) We offer a comprehensive service to home buyers.
operate, run | maintain | guarantee | improve | expand, extend We need to expand this valuable service to other cities.
cut back on, run down This government has systematically run down public services since it took office.
suspend | axe, cut | restore | make use of, use people who use the library service
complain about
SERVICE + VERB improve | deteriorate
SERVICE + NOUN industry, sector
PREP. in/out of ~ (used of buses, trains, etc.)
PHRASES goods and services

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

service
II. work of serving a customer
ADJ. efficient, excellent, first-class, first-rate, good, professional, quality | bad, poor, terrible | prompt, quick | slow | friendly, personal | customer | after-sales We offer excellent after-sales service on all our goods.
room If you would like a meal in your room, please call room service.
VERB + SERVICE give (sb), offer (sb), provide (sb with) Our main concern is to provide quality customer service.
get | guarantee We guarantee first-class service.
complain about complaining about poor service

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

service
III. working for a country, company, etc.
ADJ. meritorious, outstanding | faithful | long | active He died on active service.
military, national | domestic a job in domestic service
community, public | voluntary | jury
VERB + SERVICE do All 18-year-old males are required to do a year's military service.
see He saw service during the First World War.
PREP. ~ to service to the community
PHRASES conditions of service

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

service
IV. work done for sb; help given to sb
ADJ. great, immense, invaluable, valuable | professional
VERB + SERVICE be of, do sb, perform, render May I be of service to you? You have done us a great service. payment for services rendered
offer (sb), provide (sb with) She offered her services as a childminder.
PREP. at your ~ The cabin staff are at your service throughout the flight.
~s of We need the services of a good lawyer.
~ to He was given an award for his services to the disabled.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

service
V. the services: the armed forces
ADJ. armed
VERB + SERVICE go into, join Most of the boys went straight into the services.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

service
VI. bus, train etc.
ADJ. efficient, good, reliable | fast | frequent, regular | direct | full | limited, reduced We will be operating a reduced service while engineering work takes place.
scheduled changes to scheduled services
bus, coach, ferry, rail, taxi, train, tram, tube, underground
VERB + SERVICE lay on, offer (sb), provide (sb with) Bus companies are planning to lay on extra services.
operate, run | extend, improve | suspend | axe, cut | restore | use | complain about
PREP. in ~ This bus is not in service.
out of ~ | ~ between The company offers direct, fast and frequent services between large towns and cities.
~ from, ~ to

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

service
VII. religious ceremony
ADJ. church, religious | funeral, marriage, memorial, etc. | afternoon, evening, morning
VERB + SERVICE attend, go to | hold

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

service
verb
ADV. fully, properly The car was fully serviced last month.
regularly
PHRASES have/get sth serviced You should get all gas appliances regularly serviced.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

service
̈ɪˈsə:vɪs
See: at one's service , curb service , lip service , of service , room service

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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