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serve (sth) up/out

phrasal verb with serve /sɜːv/ US  /sɝːv/ verb
to put food on plates for people to eat 分配(菜);分(飯) Come on everyone, I'm ready to serve up. 大家快來,我要分菜了。 Jack, could you serve out the trifle? 傑克,你能分一下起司蛋糕嗎? Providing and serving meals
Translations of “serve (sth) up/out”
in Chinese (Simplified) 分(菜), 分(饭)…
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