serve

serve
служити; служити в армії; обслуговувати; відбувати (покарання, ув'язнення); вручати (судовий документ); викликати (повісткою); виконувати постанову суду; визнавати спадкоємцем в судовому порядку; задовольняти, бути придатним

serve full term without remission — відбувати повний термін (ув'язнення)

serve time in prison for a crime — відбувати тюремне ув'язнення за злочин

serve with a subpoena to appear — викликати повісткою до суду

- serve a life sentence
- serve a notice
- serve a part of the sentence
- serve a pleading
- serve a previous sentence
- serve a process
- serve a sentence
- serve a subpoena
- serve a term
- serve a term of imprisonment
- serve a third of the sentence
- serve a warrant
- serve a writ
- serve a writ
- serve an appeal
- serve an attachment
- serve an execution
- serve as a chief witness
- serve as a main witness
- serve as a judge
- serve as a witness
- serve as one's own counsel
- serve by publication
- serve in a jail
- serve in a penitentiary
- serve in a prison
- serve in the army
- serve on a jury
- serve on a person
- serve on the court
- serve out
- serve out a conviction
- serve out the remaining time
- serve parole
- serve probation
- serve public interest
- serve summons
- serve the cause of justice
- serve time
- serve time in prison
- serve upon each of the parties
- serve with the writ

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  • Serve — Serve, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Served}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Serving}.] [OE. serven, servien, OF. & F. servir, fr. L. servire; akin to servus a servant or slave, servare to protect, preserve, observe; cf. Zend har to protect, haurva protecting. Cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • serve — → serf ● serf, serve adjectif (latin servus, esclave) Relatif à l état des serfs : Des hommes de condition serve. Littéraire. Qui fait preuve d une soumission complète à l égard d autrui. ● serf, serve (homonymes) adjectif (latin servus, esclave) …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • serve — [sɜːv ǁ sɜːrv] verb 1. [transitive] COMMERCE to supply customers with a particular product or service or with something they need: • The firm plans to open a London office to serve clients with investments and businesses in Europe. • JAL Group… …   Financial and business terms

  • serve — [sʉrv] vt. served, serving [ME serven < OFr servir < L servire, to serve < servus, servant, slave: see SERF] 1. to work for as a servant 2. a) to do services or duties for; give service to; aid; assist; help b) to give obedience and… …   English World dictionary

  • serve — vt served, serv·ing 1: to deliver, publish, or execute (notice or process) as required by law no notice of any such request was ever served on the husband National Law Journal 2: to make legal service upon (the person named in a process): inform… …   Law dictionary

  • serve — late 12c., to render habitual obedience to, from O.Fr. servir to serve, from L. servire to serve, originally be a slave, related to servus slave, perhaps from an Etruscan word (Cf. Etruscan proper names Servi, Serve). Meaning to attend to (a… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Serve — Serve, v. i. 1. 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. [1913 Webster] The Lord shall give thee rest . . . from the hard bondage wherein thou… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • serve — ► VERB 1) perform duties or services for. 2) be employed as a member of the armed forces. 3) spend (a period) in office, in an apprenticeship, or in prison. 4) present food or drink to. 5) attend to (a customer in a shop). 6) be of use in… …   English terms dictionary

  • serve — [v1] aid, help; supply arrange, assist, attend to, be of assistance, be of use, care for, deal, deliver, dish up*, distribute, do for, give, handle, hit, minister to, nurse, oblige, play, present, provide, provision, set out, succor, wait on,… …   New thesaurus

  • Serve — may refer to: * Serve (tennis) * Secure Electronic Registration and Voting Experiment * Providing a non material good, as in the work of a servant * Supplying customers with food and drink, as in the work of a food server * Delivering a legal or… …   Wikipedia

  • serve up — (something) to offer something. The TV miniseries will be serving up five hour long programs. Hitchcock served up a pitch that Perez hit over the fence for a home run. Filmgoers demand realism, and Lee serves it up without flash or tricks in his… …   New idioms dictionary

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