Service entrance
Service entrance Serv"ice entrance an entrance for use of servants and those providing services, such as deliveries or repair work. [PJC]

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  • service entrance — ☆ service entrance n. an entrance used by tradespeople, employees, etc. rather than by the general public …   English World dictionary

  • service entrance — noun an entrance intended for the use of servants or for delivery of goods and removal of refuse (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑service door, ↑servant s entrance • Hypernyms: ↑entrance, ↑entranceway, ↑entryway, ↑entry, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • service entrance — an entrance for the use of servants, delivery people, or the like. * * * …   Universalium

  • service entrance — special entry for workers of a certain service …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Entrance Cable/Service Entrance Conductor —   This is the cable running down the side of a customer s house into the meter. This cable is owned by the customer and its maintenance is the customer s responsibility. Work on this cable should be performed only by a licensed electrician …   Energy terms

  • service — service1 [sʉr′vis] n. [ME servise < OFr < L servitium, servitude < servus, slave: see SERF] 1. the occupation or condition of a servant 2. a) employment, esp. public employment [diplomatic service] b) a branch or department of this,… …   English World dictionary

  • service door — noun an entrance intended for the use of servants or for delivery of goods and removal of refuse • Syn: ↑service entrance, ↑servant s entrance • Hypernyms: ↑entrance, ↑entranceway, ↑entryway, ↑entry, ↑entree …   Useful english dictionary

  • entrance — en|trance1 W3S3 [ˈentrəns] n [Date: 1400 1500; : Old French; Origin: entrer; ENTER] 1.) a door, gate etc that you go through to enter a place ≠ ↑exit entrance to/of ▪ the main entrance to the school front/back/side entrance …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • service — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French servise, from Latin servitium condition of a slave, body of slaves, from servus slave Date: 13th century 1. a. the occupation or function of serving < in active service > b. employment as a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Service, John Stewart — (1909 1999)    John Stewart Service was born the son of missionaries in China. He completed his high school education in California and graduated from Oberlin College in 1931. After taking the Foreign Service entrance examination in 1933, he was… …   Historical Dictionary of the Roosevelt–Truman Era

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