service


service
Service, Ministerium, Seruitium, Obsequium.
Service faict, par lequel nous voulons acquerir la bonne grace d'autruy Venditatio.
Faire service, Inseruire.
Faire quelque service à aucun et luy aider, Praeseruire, Plaut.
Ils ont faict bon service en ceste guerre, Bonam fortemque operam in hoc bello praestiterunt, Liu. lib. 23.
Je me puis bien passer de toy, ou du service que tu me pourrois faire, Vtilitatibus tuis possum carere.
Qui fait volontiers plaisir et service, Plenus officij, Beneficus, Officiosus, Obsequiosus.
Presenter son service à aucun, Deferre studium suum et laborem ad aliquem.
Homme de service, Obsequiosus.
Cestuy me fait tout service qu'il est possible, Is omnia sua studia et officia in me confert, B.
Pensant luy faire grand service, Ingentis meriti loco tradidit, B.
Offrir son service à quelqu'un, Venditare se alicui per omnia obsequia, B.
Fay tant que tu le gagnes par importunité de services, Obsequio grassare, B. ex Horat.
Pour les bons et aggreables services, Propter nauatam nobis operam et industriam commodam et iucundam, B.
Ne se mesler point du service des Princes, du fait de plaidoirie, ne de justice, Carere aula, foro, Curia, B.
Faire le service divin, Sacra conficere, Operari sacris.
Apres le service divin fait, Secundum rem diuinam precationemque, Bud. ex Liu.
Le service des morts, ou pour les trespassez, Threnodia, Ferales precationes, B. Feralia, Liu.
On luy a bien fait son service, Recte manes eius conditi sunt, B.

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