service

From Middle English servise, from Old French servise (French service), from the verb servir, from Latin servitium (compare Portuguese serviço, Italian servizio, Norman sèrvice, Spanish servicio), from servus (servant; serf; slave). Displaced native Old English þeġnung.

In British English, the indefinite article "a" is often used with “good service”, as in "A good service is operating on all London Underground lines", whereas this is not used in American English.

service (third-person singular simple present services, present participle servicing, simple past and past participle serviced)

From Old French servise, borrowed from Latin servitium (compare Portuguese serviço, Italian servizio, Norman sèrvice, Spanish servicio), from servus.

From Old French servise, (compare French service), borrowed from Latin servitium, from servus.

service m (oblique plural services, nominative singular services, nominative plural )