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From the English verb serve:
serving is:
   Gerund

serving  Noun
  1. Translate "serving" to Spanish: porción, ración
    English Synonyms of "serving": helping, morsel, portion, share
    Define meaning of "serving": An individual quantity of food or drink taken as part of a meal.
  2. The helpings were all small.
    His portion was larger than hers.
    There's enough for two servings each.

  3. Translate "serving" to Spanish: saque, servicio
    English Synonyms of "serving": serve, service, kickoff, server
    Define meaning of "serving": A stroke that puts the ball in play.

serving  Adjective
  1. Translate "serving" to Spanish: de servir, servidor

Conceptually-related expressions of "serving"
serve  Verb
Plural: serves
  1. Translate "serve" to Spanish: servir
    English Synonyms of "serve": take care of, wait on, wait upon, attend on, attend upon, cater to, tend
    Define meaning of "serve": Work for or be a servant to.
  2. We do not serve kids under age, No servimos a los menores de edad.
    May I serve you?
    She attends the old lady in the wheelchair.
    Can you wait on our table, please?
    Is a salesperson assisting you?
    The minister served the King for many years.

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  3. Translate "serve" to Spanish: prestar servicio a, atender
    English Synonyms of "serve": assist, attend, attend on, attend upon, busy oneself with, cater, cater to, give help to
    Define meaning of "serve": Work for or be a servant to. ; Devote (part of) one's life or efforts to, as of countries, institutions, or ideas.
  4. May I serve you?
    She attends the old lady in the wheelchair.
    Can you wait on our table, please?
    Is a salesperson assisting you?
    The minister served the King for many years.
    She served the art of music.
    He served the church.
    Serve the country.

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  5. Translate "serve" to Spanish: servir para, ser bueno para, servir
    English Synonyms of "serve": be good for, avail for, be good at, be right for, be suitable for, be used for, be useful for, come in useful for
    Define meaning of "serve": Be used by; as of a utility. ; Contribute or conduce to. ; Promote, benefit, or be useful or beneficial to.
  6. The law serves its purpose, La ley sirve su propósito..
    The sewage plant served the neighboring communities.
    The garage served to shelter his horses.
    The scandal served to increase his popularity.
    Art serves commerce.
    Their interests are served.
    The lake serves recreation.
    The President's wisdom has served the counrty well.

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  7. Translate "serve" to Spanish: servir, embrocar
    English Synonyms of "serve": pour, supply, dish, dish out, dish up
    Define meaning of "serve": Provide (usually but not necessarily food).
  8. This restaurant serves good fish, Este lugar sirve buen pescado.
    We serve meals for the homeless.
    She dished out the soup at 8 P.M.
    The entertainers served up a lively show.

  9. Translate "serve" to Spanish: servir
    English Synonyms of "serve": serve the table
  10. Ann served and called us to eat, Ana sirvió y llamó a comer.

  11. Translate "serve" to Spanish: despachar
    English Synonyms of "serve": serve food to
    Define meaning of "serve": Help to some food; help with food or drink.
  12. The waitress served my boss, La mesera despachó a mi jefe.
    I served him three times, and after that he helped himself.


  13. Translate "serve" to Spanish: servir
    Define meaning of "serve": Do duty or hold offices; serve in a specific function. ; Serve a purpose, role, or function.
  14. This serves, Esto sirve.
    He served as head of the department for three years.
    She served in Congress for two terms.
    The tree stump serves as a table.
    The female students served as a control group.
    This table would serve very well.
    His freedom served him well.
    The table functions as a desk.

  15. Translate "serve" to Spanish: notificar
    English Synonyms of "serve": notify, serve a citation, serve a citation to, serve the papers to
    Define meaning of "serve": Deliver a warrant or summons to someone.
  16. He was processed by the sheriff.

  17. Translate "serve" to Spanish: purgar


  18. Translate "serve" to Spanish: dar traslado a

serve  Noun
  1. Translate "serve" to Spanish: saque, servicio, servicio de saque
    English Synonyms of "serve": service, serving, kickoff, server
    Define meaning of "serve": A stroke that puts the ball in play.
  2. His powerful serves won the game.

Verb Conjugation for "serve"
Gerund: serving

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