verbpast tense: served ; past participle: served ; present participle: serving ;
(INTRANSITIVE) (To work as a servant, to be in service, to carry out the duties of an office or position, to be a member of a military, naval, etc., unit; to be useful, or suitable or enough. -serve one right to treat one as he deserves) help her mother serve បម្រើម្ហូប
Example: Serve as a cook, Serve one's time, They also serve who only stand and wait, Serve in a shop; I'm waiting to be served, This area is served by the Southern Railway, Serve my country, in the army, in Libya, in the Parachute Regiment.serve in the army ធ្វើទាហានជើងគោក, serve as (a sailor) ប្រកបអាជីពអ្វីមួយ, serve as (a reminder) ប្រើសម្រាប់ជា, Tennis his turn to serve ផ្ដេកវាយបាល់
Example: He has served his master for many years.
(TRANSITIVE) (~ somebody as something) (to perform services for, to work for, to be employed or performing a spell of duty, to do military or naval service to pass or spend, to carry out the duties of, to provide (customers) with (goods or services), to function treat, to deliver, to hit, to one's opponent in order to start play, to operate) ធ្វើអោយសប្បាយចិត្ដ serve one's master បម្រើ, serve food យកមកអោយ, បម្រើ, serve one's country បម្រើ, ធ្វើការអោយ, serve the purpose អាច ប្រើបាន, Tennis serve the ball ផ្ដើមវាយបាល់ (តិន្នីស)
(ច្បាប់) បម្រើ, បម្រើការ, ធ្វើជាអ្នកបម្រើ, អាចប្រើបាន, បំពេញមុខការ, ឆ្លងកាត់អំឡុងពេលនៃការឃុំខ្លួន, ផ្គត់ផ្គង់ទំនិញ, ប្រគល់ដីកាបង្គាប់
verbpast tense: served ; past participle: served ; present participle: serving ;
(TRANSITIVE) To perform the duties belonging to, or required in or for; hence, to be of use to; as, a curate may serve two churches; to serve one's country.
(TRANSITIVE) To work for; to labor in behalf of; to exert one's self continuously or statedly for the benefit of; to do service for; to be in the employment of, as an inferior, domestic, serf, slave, hired assistant, official helper, etc.; specifically, in a religious sense, to obey and worship.
(TRANSITIVE) To be subordinate to; to act a secondary part under; to appear as the inferior of; to minister to.
(TRANSITIVE) To be suitor to; to profess love to.
(TRANSITIVE) To wait upon; to supply the wants of; to attend; specifically, to wait upon at table; to attend at meals; to supply with food; as, to serve customers in a shop.
(TRANSITIVE) Hence, to bring forward, arrange, deal, or distribute, as a portion of anything, especially of food prepared for eating; -- often with up; formerly with in.
(TRANSITIVE) To contribute or conduce to; to promote; to be sufficient for; to satisfy; as, to serve one's turn.
(TRANSITIVE) To answer or be (in the place of something) to; as, a sofa serves one for a seat and a couch.
(TRANSITIVE) To treat; to behave one's self to; to requite; to act toward; as, he served me very ill.
(TRANSITIVE) To work; to operate; as, to serve the guns.
(TRANSITIVE) To bring to notice, deliver, or execute, either actually or constructively, in such manner as the law requires; as, to serve a summons.
(TRANSITIVE) To make legal service opon (a person named in a writ, summons, etc.).
(TRANSITIVE) To pass or spend, as time, esp. time of punishment; as, to serve a term in prison.
(TRANSITIVE) To copulate with; to cover; as, a horse serves a mare; -- said of the male.
(TRANSITIVE) To lead off in delivering (the ball).
(TRANSITIVE) To wind spun yarn, or the like, tightly around (a rope or cable, etc.) so as to protect it from chafing or from the weather.
(INTRANSITIVE) To be a servant or a slave; to be employed in labor or other business for another; to be in subjection or bondage; to render menial service.
(INTRANSITIVE) To perform domestic offices; to be occupied with household affairs; to prepare and dish up food, etc.
(INTRANSITIVE) To be in service; to do duty; to discharge the requirements of an office or employment. Specifically, to act in the public service, as a soldier, seaman. etc.
(INTRANSITIVE) To be of use; to answer a purpose; to suffice; to suit; to be convenient or favorable.
(INTRANSITIVE) To lead off in delivering the ball.
administer, aid, assist, attend, benefit, cater, contribute, distribute, enlist, follow, forward, help, obey, oblige, promote, purvey, succor, work
provide, satisfy, suffice, supply
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