suomi-englanti sanakirja

serve englannista suomeksi

  1. toimia, palvella

  2. antaa haaste

  3. syöttää

  4. auttaa, myötävaikuttaa

  5. astua

  6. lusia, istua

  7. hyödyttää, edistää

  8. olla palveluksessa

  9. syöttö

  10. olla asepalveluksessa

  11. tarjoilla

  12. vastata

  1. Substantiivi

  2. syöttö

  3. Verbi

  4. palvella

  5. avustaa

  6. kosia, kosiskella

  7. tarjoilla

  8. tarjoilla, tarjota

  9. hoitaa

  10. toimia

  11. kohdella

  12. käyttää

  13. saattaa tietoon

  14. toimittaa, toimia, palvella

  15. istua

  16. astua

  17. syöttää

  18. rihmata

serve englanniksi

  1. An act of putting the ball or shuttlecock in play in various games.

  2. ''Whose serve is it?''

  3. 1961 January 13, Marshall Smith, ''From Waif to a Winner, the Clown of the Courts'', ''(magazine)|Life'', page 99,

  4. He had no power serve of his own, no backhand, no volley, no lob, no idea of pace or tactics.
  5. 1996, Steve Boga, ''Badminton'', page viii,

  6. The first serve of the game is from the right half court to the half diagonally opposite.
  7. 2009, Mihnea Moldoveanu, Roger L. Martin, ''Diaminds: Decoding the Mental Habits of Successful Thinkers'', page 31,

  8. Against a serve of the calibre of McEnroe′s, an opponent will try to anticipate the ball′s direction and lean either to the left or to the right, depending on where he feels the server will go.
  9. A portion of food or drink, a serving.

  10. 2004, Susanna Holt, ''Fitness Food: The Essential Guide to Eating Well and Performing Better'', Murdoch Books Australia, page 23,

  11. The night before your event, base your evening meal on high-carbohydrate foods with a small serve of lean protein.
  12. 2007, Verity Campbell, ''Turkey'', Lonely Planet, page 142,

  13. Come here for a cappuccino that could hold its own on Via Veneto in Rome (€2) and a serve of their crunchy fresh cheese ''börek''.
  14. 2008, Michael E. Cichorski, ''Maximum Asthma Control: The Revolutionary 3-Step Anti Asthma Program'', page 100,

  15. Reintroduce protein; add a small serve of salmon, tuna or sardines every second day (tinned variety or fresh).
  16. 2011, Great Britain Parliament House of Commons Health Committee, ''Alcohol: First Report of Session 2009-10'', Volume 2, page 189,

  17. Smirnoff Appleback was a finished drink, comprising a 50ml serve of Smirnoff, with ice and lemonade or ginger ale and equating to 1.9 units.
  18. 2012, Lesley Campbell, Alan L. Rubin, ''Type 2 Diabetes For Dummies'', Australian Edition, page 117,

  19. One serve of carbohydrates is approximately equal to a slice of bread, a piece of fruit, third of a cup of cooked rice, half a cup of grains, cereals, starchy vegetables or cooked pasta, 200 grams of plain yoghurt, or 300 millilitres of milk.
  20. An impressive presentation (especially of a person's appearance).

  21. ''That white eyeliner is such a serve.''

  22. {{quote-web|en|year=2019|author=Mathew Rodriguez||title=The Official Ranking of Every Track on Britney Spears’ Debut Album|url=

  23. {{quote-web|en|year=2021|author=Chris Murphy|site=Vulture|title=The Real Housewives of Atlanta Recap: Allow Me To ReintroDrewce Myself|url=

  24. (non-gloss definition)

  25. To be a formal servant for (a god or deity); to worship in an official capacity. (defdate)

  26. 1889, (w), translating (w), ''(w)'', XIV:

  27. And yet this is not the office of a Priest, but of Him whom the Priest should serve.
  28. To be a servant for; to work for, to be employed by. (defdate)

  29. 1716, (w), ''(w)''

  30. And, truly, Mrs Abigail, I must needs say, I served my master contentedly while he was living, but I will serve no man living (that is, no man that is not living) without double wages.
  31. (quote-book)|title=(w)|chapter=1

  32. 1979, (w), ''(w)'':

  33. You may be a businessman or some high-degree thief, / They may call you Doctor or they may call you Chief / But you're gonna have to serve somebody.
  34. To upon (someone) at table; to set food and drink in front of, to help (someone) to food, meals etc. (defdate)

  35. 2007, Larry McMurty, ''When the Light Goes''

  36. That night Annie served him grilled halibut and English peas, plus tomatoes, of course, and a salad.
  37. To be a servant or worker; to perform the duties of a servant or employee; to render service. (defdate)

  38. 1673, (w), ''(w)'':

  39. They also serve who only stand and wait.
  40. To set down (food or drink) on the table to be eaten; to bring (food, drink) to a person. (defdate)

  41. 2009, Dominic A Pacyga, ''Chicago: A Biography'', p.195:

  42. About twenty minutes after waiters served the soup, a guest got up and left.
  43. To treat (someone) in a given manner. (defdate)

  44. (RQ:Jack Straw)

  45. 1924, (w), ''(w)''

  46. I mock them all who have served me ill of late and chiefly this cheat of Judah, whose temple we have plundered and whose golden vessels are my wash-pots.
  47. To be suitor to; to be the lover of. (defdate)

  48. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  49. (non-gloss definition)

  50. To be useful to; to meet the needs of. (defdate)

  51. 2010 October 12, Lloyd Marcus, ''(w)''

  52. So, while the sycophantic liberal media calls any and all opposition to Obama racist, they give Obama carte blanche to exploit his race whenever it serves his purpose.
  53. To have a given use or purpose; to function (m) something or ''to do'' something. (defdate)

  54. 2011 January 27, "Borgata bust", ''(w)''

  55. The bust also served to remind the public that the Mafia is not harmless.
  56. {{quote-journal|en|year=2012|month=March-April

  57. To usefully take the place (m), (m) ''of'' something else. (defdate)

  58. (RQ:Jefferies Amateur Poacher). Ikey the blacksmith had forged us a spearhead after a sketch from a picture of a Greek warrior; and a rake-handle served as a shaft.

  59. 2010 April 20, "Not up in the air", ''(w)''

  60. Maybe the volcanic eruption will serve as a wake-up call to such companies that they need to modernise their risk management.
  61. To deliver a document.

  62. To officially deliver (a legal notice, summons etc.). (defdate)

  63. 2008 April, Pamela Colloff, ''The Fire That Time'', Texas Monthly; Austin: Emmis Publishing, p.158:

  64. On the morning of February 28, 1993, ATF agents gathered at a staging area near Waco and prepared to serve a search warrant on the Branch Davidians' residence.
  65. To make legal service upon (a person named in a writ, summons, etc.)

  66. (ux)

  67. To lead off with the first delivery over the net in tennis, volleyball, pong, badminton etc. (defdate)

  68. 2007, Rob Antoun, ''Women's Tennis Tactics'', p.2:

  69. In women's tennis the need to serve more effectively has become greater in recent years because the game is being played more aggressively, and rallies are becoming shorter as a result.
  70. To copulate with (of male animals); to cover. (defdate)

  71. 1996, Puck Bonnier et al., ''Dairy Cattle Husbandry'', Agromisa Foundation 2004

  72. Conception means that a cow is served by a bull and that she becomes pregnant.
  73. To be in military service. (defdate)

  74. 2007 May 16, Peter Walker, ''(w)''

  75. Some reports suggested he would quit the army if he was not allowed to serve abroad in a war zone.
  76. To work, to operate (a weapon). (defdate)

  77. 1864, (w), ''The American Conflict''

  78. John T. Greble, of the 2d regular artillery, was likewise killed instantly by a ball through the head, while serving his gun in the face of the foe.
  79. To work through (a given period of time in prison, a sentence). (defdate)

  80. 2010 December 1, Tania Branigan, ''(w)''

  81. The Guangzhou Daily reported that Shi Chunlong, 20, who organised the incident, was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Hou Bin, who pulled out of the attack after helping to plan it, will serve 12 years.
  82. To wind spun yarn etc. tightly around (a rope or cable, etc.) so as to protect it from chafing or from the weather.

  83. To perform (a public obligation).

  84. ''I've received a summons for jury duty. It says I serve one day or one trial.''

    ''She served the office of mayor five years ago.''

  85. To provide cocaine (to), usually by selling, dealing, or distributing.

  86. (quote-text)

  87. (quote-book)

  88. To present an attractive personal appearance.

  89. {{quote-web|en|year=2017|site=ET Online|author=John Boone|title=Inside Marvel Studios: Secrets About 'Black Panther,' 'Captain Marvel,' 'Thor: Ragnarok' & More!|url=

  90. To attractively display something (especially a body part) as part of one's personal appearance.

  91. (quote-web)

  92. To evoke something (especially a person) with one's personal appearance.

  93. (inflection of)

  94. (adj form of)

  95. (monikko) it|serva

  96. to (l) (gloss)

  97. a (l)

  98. (pt-verb-form-of)

  99. serve