One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Be ready to assist someone whenever possible.‘I'm at your service, day or night’
- ‘He had me stay at the house to be at Sammy 's service for the three weeks he was there, cooking whatever he dreamed of.’
- ‘As soon as dinner is done, I will be at your service.’
- ‘The members of her group were supposed to be at her service and not the other way around.’
- ‘Let me register and sign, and whenever you want I'll be at your service.’
- ‘Well, Ann, I've been at his service for 40 years, and we've never been apart.’
- ‘Our staff is at your service for any further information you may require.’
- ‘I continued to meet Mrs. Kennedy's conditions by being at her service at seven o'clock every morning, going to school every day, completing my chores in the afternoon, and never being caught doing anything illegal.’
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