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.
- To work for.
- To be a servant to.
- To prepare and offer (food, for example): serve tea.
- To place food before (someone); wait on: served the guests a wonderful dinner.
- To provide goods and services for (customers): a hotel that has served tourists at the same location for 30 years.
- To supply (goods or services) to customers. See Usage Note at service.
- To assist the celebrant during (Mass).
- To meet the requirements of; suffice for: This will serve the purpose.
- To be of assistance to or promote the interests of; aid: "Both major parties today seek to serve the national interest” ( John F. Kennedy).
- To work through or complete (a period of service): served four terms in Congress.
- To be in prison for (a period or term): served 10 years for armed robbery.
- To fight or undergo military service for: served the country for five years in the navy.
- To give homage and obedience to: served God.
- To act toward (another) in a specified way: She has served me ill.
- To copulate with; service. Used of male animals.
- Law To deliver or present (a writ or summons).
- Law To present such a writ to.
- Sports To put (a ball or shuttlecock) in play, as in tennis, badminton, or jai alai.
- To bind or whip (a rope) with fine cord or wire.
- To be employed as a servant.
- To do a term of duty: serve in the U.S. Air Force; serve on a jury.
- To act in a particular capacity: serve as a clerk.
- To be of service or use; function: Let this incident serve as a reminder to future generations.
- To meet requirements or needs; satisfy: a device that will serve well.
- To wait on tables: serve at luncheon.
- Sports To put a ball or shuttlecock into play, as in court games.
- To assist the celebrant during Mass.
- Sports The right, manner, or act of serving in many court games.
- serve up Baseball To pitch (a ball) over the middle of home plate, where it is likely to be hit hard.
- serve (someone) right To be deserved under the circumstances: Punish him; it will serve him right for what he has done to you.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
വേലചെയ്യുക - Velacheyyuka ;സേവനത്തിലിരിക്കു - Sevanaththilirikku | Sevanathilirikku ;പ്രയത്നിക്കുക - Prayathnikkuka ;ശുശ്രൂഷിക്കുക - Shushrooshikkuka ;പന്തടിക്കുക - Panthadikkuka ;സേവിക്കുക - Sevikkuka ;