service englannista suomeksi
palvelulaitos, julkinen palvelu
An act of being of assistance to someone.
(RQ:Southey Wat Tyler)
The practice of providing such a service as economic activity.
A department in a company, an organization, a government department, etc.
A function that is provided by one program or machine for another.
The state of being subordinate to or employed by an individual or group
1997, Galeano|Eduardo Galeano, ''Veins of Latin America|Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent'', Monthly Review Press, page 36:
- When their lavish fiestas ended they threw the silver service and even golden vessels from their balconies to be picked up by lucky passersby.
The act of initially starting, or serving, the ball in play in tennis, volleyball, and other games.
(RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp)
1668 July 3, Dalrymple, 1st Viscount of Stair|James Dalrymple, “Thomas Rue ''contra'' Andrew Houſtoun” in ''The Deciſions of the Lords of Council & Seſſion'' I (Edinburgh, 1683), page 548:
- He Suſpends on theſe Reaſons, that ''Thomas Rue'' had granted a general Diſcharge to ''Adam Muſhet'', who was his Conjunct, and ''correus debendi'', after the alleadged Service, which Diſcharged ''Muſhet'', and conſequently ''Houstoun'' his Partner.
A taxi shared among unrelated passengers, each of whom pays part of the fare; often, it has a fixed route between cities.
A musical composition for use in churches.
Profession of respect; acknowledgment of duty owed.
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 8)
The materials used for serving a rope, etc., such as spun yarn and small lines.
Access to resources such as hotel rooms and web-based videos without transfer of the resources' ownership.
To perform maintenance.
To supply (media outlets) with releases etc.
1977, Patricia Marshall, ''Citizen Participation Certification for Community Development'' (page 107)
- One obvious way is press releases, which should be sent to your region's reporters, editors and columnists, the wire services, professional publications. (..) Servicing the media should be an everyday thing.
1971, ''College and University Journal'' (volumes 10-11, page 9)
- (..) instead of expending so much of their PR effort on servicing the media.
To inseminate through intercourse.
To perform a act upon.
''to service a target; target servicing''
(senseid) tree|Service tree.
set (collection of objects)
(alternative form of)
service, the level of comfort offered by assistants and servants (the opposite of self-service)
maintenance and repair