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servery

Line breaks: serv|ery
Pronunciation: /ˈsəːv(ə)ri
 
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Definition of servery in English:

noun (plural serveries)

British
A counter, service hatch, or room from which meals are served: both bars are serviced by a central servery [as modifier]: servery counters
More example sentences
  • Away from the servery, a small counter enables you to customise your cup with nutmeg, chocolate or vanilla.
  • This would provide two new meeting rooms, new toilets, kitchens, a servery, storage areas, a reception foyer and small bar.
  • There is also room for six people at one end of the servery.

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