serveverbuk /sɜːv/ us /sɝːv/
serve verb (PROVIDE FOOD/DRINK)
serve verb (WORK)
- He served for eight years as Speaker of the House of Representatives.
- Police officers aren't usually allowed to be serve on a jury.
- Panellists on the Arts Review Board serve for a maximum of three years.
- A police officer is there to enforce the law as well as to serve the local community.
- A minister's primary obligation is to serve the public.
serve verb (HELP ACHIEVE)
- She has a very forceful personality which will serve her well in politics.
- Tougher prison sentences may serve as a deterrent to other would-be offenders.
- The spare bedroom also serves as an office.
- Do the exercises serve any useful purpose?
- The museum serves as a reminder of this terrible episode in recent history.
serve verb (PROVIDE STH NECESSARY)
serve verb (DEAL WITH CUSTOMER)
serve verb (SPEND TIME)
serve verb (HIT BALL)
serve verb (GIVE DOCUMENT)