deserve = de(表加强) + serv(服务) + e(动词后缀) = 加强服务→值得[重视]
dessert = de(去掉) + sert(服务) = 把正餐撤走,上餐后甜点
And on one side of that you can see the Engine Room and on the other is the (Q19)Cafe, which isn't an antique, you'll be pleased to know, though they do serve very nice old-fashioned teas.
And on one side of that you can see the Engine Room and on the other is the (Q19)Cafe, which isn't an antique, you'll be pleased to know, though they do serve very nice old-fashioned teas.来源于：剑雅4-Test1
He served his employer faithfully for 25 years.
The bartender refused to serve us because, he said, we looked too young.
The form of a pot can give us some ideas about its function, the suitability of the pottery to serve a specific function.
She was busy serving a customer.
He is serving a life sentence.
The pay increases after you have served a five-year apprenticeship.
I failed to see what purpose this could serve.
Serve the soup with croutons and a sprinkling of parsley.
vi. serve sb right：某人咎由自取；某人罪有应得
I feel terrible.—It serves you right for drinking so much last night.
It's Agassi to serve.
The front room served as her office.
This served as a useful reminder.
Their visit has served to underline the deep divisions between the two countries.
The delegates serve for five years.
n. = service【网】
It's your serve.