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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “serve”

serve

verb [I or T] (PROVIDE FOOD/DRINK)
提供食物/飲料
 
 
/sɜːv/ US  /sɝːv/
to provide food or drinks
提供(食物或飲料)
Do they serve meals in the bar?
這家酒吧有提供飯菜嗎?
Breakfast is served in the restaurant between 7 and 9.
餐廳早上七點到九點供應早餐。
We arrived at the hotel and were served with champagne and canapés.
我們到達旅館後,旅館提供了香檳和小餅乾。
All recipes in this book, unless otherwise stated, will serve (= be enough for) 4 to 5 people.
本書裡的所有食譜,除了特別標明的,都可供四至五人享用。
[+ obj + adj ] Serve the tarts hot with custard or whipped cream.
趁熱上果餡糕點,配上卡士達醬或鮮奶油。
Providing and serving meals
(Definition of serve verb (PROVIDE FOOD/DRINK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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