out of service Definition
- 1. The condition or occupation of being a servant or someone who serves.
2. Work carried out for or on behalf of others.
3. The act or manner of serving.
4. Use or usefulness.
- Example: Your services are no longer required
- Example: This car has given me good service
- Example: Can I be of service?
- Thesaurus: aid, assistance, help, cooperation.
- Example: a public service
- Example: the civil service
8. The requirements of members of such an organization.
9. Assistance given to customers in a shop, restaurant, etc.
10. A facility provided.
- Example: British Rail ran an excellent service
- Example: the marriage service
- Thesaurus: rite, ceremony, sermon, worship, observance.
13. A complete set of cutlery and crockery.
- Example: a dinner service
- Form: services (usually)
16. In racket sports: the act of putting the ball into play, or the game in which it is a particular player's turn to do so.
- Example: He lost his service game
- Example: That was a poor service
- Example: service not included
- Form: services (often)
20. A service area.
- Form: services
22. The duty required of a feudal tenant.
23. Cord or other material for serving a rope.
24. For use by domestic servants.
- Example: service entrance
- 1. To subject (a vehicle, etc) to a periodic check.
- Thesaurus: maintain, care for, sustain, repair, overhaul, recondition.
- Ready to serve or give assistance to them.
- To help or be useful to them.
- In use or operation.
- Working as a domestic servant.
- Broken; not in operation.