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Traducción de "serve" - Diccionario Inglés-Turco

serve

verb     /sɜːv/
FOOD/DRINK [I, T]
A2 to give someone food or drink, especially guests or customers in a restaurant or bar hizmet etmek, servis yapmak, görev yapmak We're not allowed to serve alcohol to anyone under 18.Providing and serving mealsGiving, providing and supplying
SHOP [I, T]
B1 to help customers and sell things to them in a shop hizmet vermek, bakmak, hizmet sunmak Are you being served?Giving, providing and supplyingSelling
WORK [I, T]
to do work that helps society, for example in an organization such as the army or the government görev yapmak/etmek, görev almak to serve in the army to serve on a committee/jury He served as mayor for 5 years.Jobs, careers and professionsWorking
BE USEFUL [I, T]
to be useful as something işe yaramak, faydalı olmak It's a very entertaining film but it also serves an educational purpose. The spare bedroom also serves as a study. [+ to do sth] He hopes his son's death will serve to warn others about the dangers of owning a gun.Performing a functionFunctioning
PRISON [T]
to be in prison for a period of time hapiste yatmak, ceza çekmek Williams, 42, is serving a four-year jail sentence.Putting people in prison
SPORT [I]
in a sport such as tennis, to throw the ball up into the air and then hit it towards the other player servis atmak/kullanmak Tennis and racket sports
serves one/two/four, etc
If an amount of food serves a particular number, it is enough for that number of people. yeterli olmak; ...lık/lik olmak →  See also It serves her/him/you right! Meals and parts of meals
(Definition of serve verb from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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