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VERB 为…服务;为…效力;为…效忠 If you serve your country, an organization, or a person, you do useful work for them.
It is unfair to soldiers who have served their country well for many years...
I have always said that I would serve the Party in any way it felt appropriate.
VERB (尤指在部队)服役;(在政府部门)任职 If you serve in a particular place or as a particular official, you perform official duties, especially in the armed forces, as a civil servant, or as a politician.
During the second world war he served with RAF Coastal Command...
He also served on the National Front's national executive committee...
VERB 用作;可当…使用;充作 If something serves as a particular thing or serves a particular purpose, it performs a particular function, which is often not its intended function.
She ushered me into the front room, which served as her office...
I really do not think that an inquiry would serve any useful purpose...
VERB 供应(某地或某人);为…提供服务 If something serves people or an area, it provides them with something that they need.
This could mean the closure of thousands of small businesses which serve the community...
...improvements in the public water-supply system serving the Nairobi area...
VERB 对…有用;能满足…的需要;符合…的利益 Something that serves someone's interests benefits them.
The economy should be organized to serve the interests of all the people...
They may well decide that their interests would be best served by joining in.
VERB (给…)提供，端上(食物);上(菜);开(饭) When you serve food and drink, you give people food and drink.
Serve it with French bread...
Serve the cakes warm...
VERB (食物的量)足够…吃 Serve is used to indicate how much food a recipe produces. For example, a recipe that serves six provides enough food for six people.
Garnish with fresh herbs. Serves 4.
VERB 接待，服务，招待(顾客) Someone who serves customers in a shop or a bar helps them and provides them with what they want to buy.
They wouldn't serve me in any pubs 'cos I looked too young...
Auntie and Uncle suggested she serve in the shop.
VERB 送交(令状等);把…送达 When the police or other officials serve someone with a legal order or serve an order on them, they give or send the legal order to them.
Immigration officers tried to serve her with a deportation order...
Police said they had been unable to serve a summons on 25-year-old Lee Jones.
警方说他们无法传唤 25 岁的李·琼斯。
VERB 服(刑);当(学徒) If you serve something such as a prison sentence or an apprenticeship, you spend a period of time doing it.
...Leo, who is currently serving a life sentence for murder...
He was able to serve his apprenticeship as a trainer with Eddie Futch.
VERB (在网球、羽毛球等比赛中)发球 When you serve in games such as tennis and badminton, you throw up the ball or shuttlecock and hit it to start play.
He served 17 double faults...
他有 17 次双发失误。
If you serve like this nobody can beat you.
N-COUNT (某些球类比赛中的)发球 When you describe someone's serve, you are indicating how well or how fast they serve a ball or shuttlecock.
His powerful serve was too much for the defending champion.
PHRASE 咎由自取;罪有应得;活该 If you say it serves someone right when something unpleasant happens to them, you mean that it is their own fault and you have no sympathy for them.
Serves her right for being so stubborn.