servicing

[ UK /sˈɜːvɪsɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈsɝvɪsɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of mating by male animals
    the bull was worth good money in servicing fees
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How To Use servicing In A Sentence

  • The diesel mechanics had worked indoors prior to 1988, during which time diesel engines were run indoors during servicing and tuning.
  • Forgotten skills include bleeding radiators and servicing a car. The Sun
  • The program design is based on bus time sharing and interrupt servicing. It can renew the speeds and the directions of every motor at real time.
  • The bureau warns that servicing such high fixed returns could squeeze funds available for providing actual care. Times, Sunday Times
  • In a written statement the Foreign Ministry said that the suggestion that the servicing terminal is abroad was false, and that in any case the satellite channels were used for relaying only non-classified information.
  • All weaponry demands frequent servicing.
  • Servicing, deliveries, storage, stocktaking and databases are now all part of the process, as are dare I say, health and safety and quality control.
  • However, the autonomous house can not provide servicing without limits, a theoretical possibility in the conventional house.
  • In general, however, they found that consumers took better care of appliances on hire purchase and that servicing costs were lower.
  • RF signal generators began to be available for radio servicing about the time that more complex ac radios appeared and superheterodynes became more common.
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