servant

servant
{'sə:vənt}
1. слуга, прислужник (и domestic SERVANT)
2. служител
public SERVANT държавен служител, полицай, пожарникаp
civil SERVANT държавен служител, (висш) чиновник
SERVANT of God/Christ божи/Христов служител
SERVANT of the SERVANTs of God титла на папата
Your humble/obedient SERVANT Ваш покорен слуга (като завършeк на писмо)
your humble SERVANT шег. моя милост
your SERVANT, sir на вашите услуги, господине
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{'sъ:vъnt} n 1. слуга, прислужник (и domestic servant); 2. служител
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слуга; прислужник; раб;
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1. civil servant държавен служител, (висш) чиновник 2. public servant държавен служител, полицай, пожарникаp 3. servant of god/christ божи/Христов служител 4. servant of the servants of god титла на папата 5. your humble servant шег. моя милост 6. your humble/obedient servant Ваш покорен слуга (като завършeк на писмо) 7. your servant, sir на вашите услуги, господине 8. слуга, прислужник (и domestic servant) 9. служител
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servant[´sə:vənt] n слуга, слугиня, прислужник, прислужница, служител, служителка; general \servant, \servant of all work обща прислужница; \servants прислуга, слуги, прислужници; civil (public) \servant, \servant of the state държавен служител (чиновник), длъжностно лице; \servant of God Божи служител; your humble \servant ост., шег. моя милост, ваш покорен слуга.

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