Vocab-ability–212 (serv = serve, keep) – A More Powerful Vocabulary (earn UpVotes with “Vocab Practice” exercise)

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. The desert travellers tried to conserve water.

  2. "You deserve to be punished," the teacher said to the truants.

  3. He forgot to reserve a table at the restaurant for their anniversary.

  4. Salt will preserve food and stop it deteriorating.

  5. The peasants were subservient to the king.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. He tried to conserve his energy by not running too fast, so that he could finish the marathon.

  2. "I have delivered on all my targets this year and I deserve a promotion", she told her boss.

  3. He decided to reserve a seat on the train in advance.

  4. She decided to preserve the fruit by making jam with it.

  5. The prisoners adopted a servile manner to the guard.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. The hiker found a suitable location to set up his tent and decided to stop and rest for the day to conserve his energy for a more strenuous hiking trail the next day.
  2. The innovative scientific team deserve to win the award for their outstanding invention.
  3. James had reserved a table for two as a gesture to surprise his wife for their upcoming wedding anniversary.
  4. It is a tradition of the Moroccan people to preserve lemons for preparing tajine dishes.
  5. She is not as servile as presumed by others.
  6. Some progressive employers surprisingly prefer employees that questioned their management style rather than subserviently following orders.
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. You can use the refrigerator to conserve food items

  2. One good turn deserves another

  3. The manager reserves the right to hire or fire staff.

  4. Let us try to preserve the little peace we have been able to create

  5. I have a servile dog.

  6. Children are meant to be subservient to their parents

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Conserving energy is the responsible thing to do and it will please Mother.

  2. Some humans don’t deserve to live on this Earth and shall one day be punished!

  3. It’s a waste of space for people to reserve space in the ground for when they die.

  4. In the future, we'll be able to preserve people by freezing them in space.

  5. Sooner or later, we will have to be servile to the needs of Mother Nature.

  6. Gaea will one day make all people her subservient beings.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. The environmentalists were trying to conserve unique species in the habitat.

  2. He didn't deserve to win the election.

  3. The banks were told to increase their reserve ratios.

  4. She tried to preserve her skin by moisturing regularly.

  5. Charles Dicken's character Uriah Heep epitomised the character of a creepy servile employee.

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“MY VOCAB PRACTICE.”

  1. In these times, the best thing we can do to save Mother Earth is to CONSERVE and value the resources she has freely offered to all of us.
  2. You DESERVE all these accolades for all the hard work and heart you have put into this project.
  3. I can RESERVE this seat for you, don’t worry.
  4. One of my hobbies is PRESERVING fruits and putting them in a glass jar.
  5. Aren’t you just too SERVILE for being willing to do all these?
  6. Being SUBSERVIENT is not always good, especially if you are willing to do something although it’s wrong.
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Good work!

Your "hobby" was work in my childhood home. My mother in particular spent hours preserving various fruits.

However, even tho it was not her "hobby, she said that it was a task that she loved. :-)

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This is actually great to know, @majes.tytyty! 😄

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. You can conserve energy but turning off the lights when you leave the house

  2. I deserve a pat on my back for doing the dishes.

  3. She said she'll reserve the best guys for me

  4. We either preserve the environment or we exploit it's resources.

  5. She is a servile wife

  6. Most house helps are subservient

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Good work! And I'm sending you a (digital) pat on the back!!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE.

  1. Conserve.
    I conserve your picture.
  2. Deserve.
    Don't deserve to truly people's.
  3. Reserved.
    He is very reserved boy.
  4. Preserve.
    A solider preserve the border.
  5. Servile.
    Her behaviour servile to a little girl.
  6. subserviently.
    He gone subserviently to his office.
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Subservient:
    It was found out that the subservient maid was the one who poisoned the drink.

  2. Conserve:
    Is the earth worse conserving?

  3. Deserve:
    Some people got back to their abusers because they feel they deserve the abuse.

  4. Reserve:
    Trump thinks he reserves the right to make up anything he wants and get away with it.

  5. Servile:
    Take your servile woman out of my site before I make her mine, Kritch.

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I believe #2 is not a rhetorical question. And the answer is ... not really.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Conserve.
    To conserve energy, we need to turn off all appliances and light switches when they’re not in use.

  2. Deserve,
    He deserves to receive and obtain proper wages for the extra works he performed in your company.

  3. Reserve.
    There were a few tables in the restaurant that were reserved for a private engagement yesterday afternoon.

  4. Preserve.
    She likes and enjoys canning as well as making jam fruits in a jar to preserve its flavor in its own syrup.

  5. Servile.
    Certain classifications of dogs are trained to be servile to their blind owners.

  6. Subservient.
    The servants in the castle are subservient to the king and queen’s orders and inside protocols.

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Good work!

But in #5, the word "servile" has a negative connotation, so your usage is not entirely appropriate.

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. The contestants that forgot to conserve their energy in the beginning of the marathon raced could not finish the race.
  2. The soccer team deserved the championship trophy.
  3. I reserved some food in the fridge.
  4. The young man was promoted for being very servile to his boss
  5. The children all agreed to preserve their father's legacy.
  6. His subservient attitude makes him very likeable.
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Good work!

In particular, I like #4. Most men who are promoted are those who are servile. Sad, but true.

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. I have to conserve my energy for the difficult task ahead.

  2. A sit was reserved for me on the front row.

  3. We have to find a way to preserve the meat so that it won't get bad.

  4. He is my subservient in the company I work.

  5. I like women that are servile.

  6. The promotion was very well deserved.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. We go Conserve the food in the fridge.
  2. He Deserves to receive the same respect.
  3. Reserve some tickets for today's party.
  4. Preserve nature is a must.
  5. Were Servile the media of cominication.
  6. subservient is that person who depends or is subject to the order or the will of another.
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE
1- Conserve
The economist help conserve resources in the economy.
2-Deserve
He deserve the credit because he put in all of effort.
3-reserve
He like reserving something for future purposes.
4-Preserve
The aim of the experiment is to preserve the quality of the material.
5-servile
The master was given a servile obedience.
6-subservient
The subservient official was promoted.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  • Conserve:
    1- samuel was told to conserve more food because they are expecting alot of guest
  • Deserve:
    2- james deserves a credit to his name foe his great work of art
  • Reserve:
    3-he had to reserve his comment for next time
  • preserve:
    4- they had to put it inside a sachet so as to preserve it
  • serville:
    5-the civil servant was so serville to his boss
  • subservient:
    6-he has this subservient attitude towards protocols. @majes.tytyty
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

1.Conserve
Many people say there is a need to conserve the environment, but do not really make any effort to do anything about it.
2.Deserve
When a man says you deserve better, he is trying to warn you ahead of time, hoping you won’t be disappointed when you don’t get your needs met from him.
3.Reserve
You can reserve the date for your full service catered event here.
4.Preserve
It's our duty to preserve the planet for future generations.
5.Servile
A good servant should be complaisant but not servile.
6.Subservient
People should not be regarded as subservient to the economic system.

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