servile (Adjective) /ser·vile/ /ˈsərvəl, -ˌvīl/
English to Bangla Meaning 'servile'
English to English Meaning 'servile'
submissive or fawning in attitude or behavior; "spoke in a servile tone"; "the incurably servile housekeeper"; "servile tasks such as floor scrubbing and barn work"
pertaining to or involving slaves; "the servile wars of Sicily"
Synonyms: base, humble, menial, abject, slavish
On the contrary thanks to the servile
media, the generals are treated as heroes. Read Article
<had always maintained a servile
attitude around people with money>
"At this stage the Leung government is seen as being too servile
to Beijing." Read Article
The movement is as critical of its own servile
passivism as it is of governments. Read Article
the government of President Mahinda Rajapaksa to ensure a servile
judiciary. Read Article
flattery are now a daily occurrence on radio and television. Read Article