noun, plural serveries.
Chiefly British. a food counter in a cafeteria or pub.
verb (used without object), served, serving. 1. to act as a servant. 2. to wait on table, as a waiter. 3. to offer or have a meal or refreshments available, as for patrons or guests: Come early, we’re serving at six. 4. to offer or distribute a portion or portions of food or a beverage, […]
- Serve someone right
serve someone right
- Serve time
Undergo a prison sentence; also, work at a particular task, especially an undesirable one. For example, We couldn’t hire him when we learned that he had served time for robbery, or I applied for a transfer after serving time in that chaotic department. [ Late 1800s ]
noun 1. Michael, 1511–53, Spanish physician and theologian, accused of heresy and burned at the stake. noun 1. Michael, Spanish name Miguel Serveto. 1511–53, Spanish theologian and physician. He was burnt at the stake by order of Calvin for denying the doctrine of the Trinity and the divinity of Christ