- to attend to
to care for (patients etc)
to look after
- vt.出席,参加,照顾,护理,注意 vi.专心,留意
- n.注意,照料,烦恼,忧虑,由...转交 vi.关心,顾虑,照顾,喜爱 vt.在意
- n.看,注视,脸色,面容,外表 vi.看,注意,朝着,好象,显得 vt.打量,注视,用眼神(或脸色)表示,期待
- The young servant is waiting upon his master to have dinner.
- A soldier assigned to attend a superior officer and perform various tasks.
- Despite their success in the office spiteful supervisors can cause serious malaise for their subordinates the study suggested citing nightmares insomnia depression and exhaustion as symptoms of serving a brutal boss.
- It is with those ones who have this attitude that you can seek to emancipate their motivation to serve in the project of god.
- If you are staying in an american-plan hotel where your meals are included in your total bill tips are as usual and an additional tip should be given to the maitre d"'who has taken care of you during your stay.
- Of physical life they lived very little.she had to superintend the house.but the housekeeper had served sir geoffrey for many years arid the dried-up elderly superlatively correct female you could hardly call her a parlour-maid or even a woman..
- All I want is that you don't send me away that I stay here and be your bondmaid all my life...
- So joe wouldn't spring for the valet huh?
- Don't expect me to wait on you hand and foot; make your own breakfast!
- But I oniy serve takkun.
- Attend upon as a squire; serve as a squire.
- Blurry-eyed from sleep and wearing an undershirt the servant who served hung-chien saw hung-chien and miss sun out the main gate and watched them get into the chairs.in his hand he tightly clutched hung-chien's tip ready to count it as soon as the chairs had left.
- Mrs.lake had to teach her new maid to wait at table properly.
- The women were very eager to wait on his table.
- The waitress waited on the guests.