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Price Quality & Service


Pronunciation: 'prIs
Function: noun
1 archaic : Value, Worth 
2 a : the quantity of one thing that is exchanged or demanded in barter or sale for another b : the amount of money given or set as consideration for the sale of a specified thing
3 : the terms for the sake of which something is done or undertaken
4 : the cost at which something is obtained <the price of freedom is restraint -- J. Irwin Miller> 


Pronunciation: 'kwä-l&-tE
Function: noun
1 a : peculiar and essential character : b : an inherent feature : Property <had a quality of stridence, dissonance -- Roald Dahl> c : Capacity / Role <in the quality of reader and companion -- Joseph Conrad>
2 a : degree o excellence : Grade <the quality of competing air service -- Current Biography> b : superiority in kind <merchandise of quality>
3 a : social status : Rank b : Aristocrisy
4 a : a distinguishing attribute : Characteristic <possesses many fine qualities> b archaic : an acquired skill : Accomplishment
5 : the character in a logical proposition of being affirmative or negative
6 : vividness of hue
7 : the attribute of an elementary sensation that makes it fundamentally unlike any other sensation


Pronunciation: 's&r-v&s
Function: noun
1 a : the occupation or function of serving <in active service> b : employment as a servant <entered his service>
2 a : the work performed by one that serves <good service> b : Help, Use, Benefit <glad to be of service> c : contribution to the welfare of others d : disposal for use <I'm entirely at your service>
3 a : a form followed in worship or in a religious ceremony <the burial service> b : a meeting for worship -- often used in plural <held evening services>
4 : the act of serving : as a : a helpful act <did him a service> b : useful labor that does not produce a tangible commodity -- usually used in plural <charge for professional services> c : Serve
5 a : an administrative division (as of a government or business) <the consular service> b : one of a nation's military forces (as the army or navy)
6 a : a facility supplying some public demand <telephone service> <bus service> b : a facility providing maintenance and repair <television service>