Synonyms of service in English:

service


See definition of service

noun

1‘there has been an improvement in pay and conditions of service’

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work, employment, employ, labour, performance of one's duties

2‘he has done us a great service’

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act of assistance, good turn, favour, kindness, helping hand

assistance, help, aid, offices, ministrations

3‘both the food and the service were excellent’

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waiting, waitressing, waiting at table, serving of food and drink, attendance, serving

4‘high quality products which will give many years of reliable service’

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use, usage

5‘he took his car in for a service’

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overhaul, servicing, maintenance check, routine check, check

6‘he will be cremated tomorrow after a private funeral service’

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ceremony, ritual, rite, observance, ordinance

liturgy, sacrament, office

7‘the provision of a wide range of local services’

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amenity, facility, resource, utility, solution

system

8the services‘if you're about to leave the services, the prospect of Civvy Street can be daunting’

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armed forces, armed services, forces, military

army, navy, air force, marines


verb

1‘ensure that gas appliances are serviced regularly’

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overhaul, check, check over, go over, give a maintenance check to, maintain, keep in good condition

repair, mend, recondition


Phrases

    be of service

      ‘a close liaison between mathematics and computer science can be of service to an archaeologist’

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      help, assist, benefit, be helpful, be of assistance, be beneficial, be advantageous, be of benefit, serve, advantage, be useful, be of use, be profitable, profit, be valuable, be of worth, do someone a good turn

    out of service

      ‘one of the elevators is out of service’

      SYNONYMS

      out of order, not working, not in working order, not functioning, broken, broken-down, out of commission, acting up, unserviceable, faulty, defective, non-functional, inoperative, in disrepair

      down

      informal

      conked out, bust, kaput, gone kaput, gone phut, on the blink, gone haywire, shot

      British informal

      knackered, jiggered, wonky

      North American informal

      on the fritz, out of whack

      British vulgar slang

      buggered