You can sometimes refer to an organization or private company as a particular service when it provides something for the public or acts on behalf of the government.
The BBC World Service.
①do sb a service 帮…一个忙;对…有益【If you do someone a service, you do something that helps or benefits them.】
You are doing me a great service, and I'm very grateful to you.
【写作推荐】：可以用来替换我们经常说的“do sb a favor”
②in/out of service (车辆、设备)在使用中,可以使用/(通常因发生故障而)未在使用【If a piece of equipment or type of vehicle is in service, it is being used or is able to be used. If it is out of service, it is not being used, usually because it is not working properly.】
①In 1882, London's first electric tram cars went into service.
②Some two hundred obsolete warships and submarines have been taken out of service during the past five years.
过去 5 年时间里,约 200 艘老式军舰和潜艇陆续退役。
If someone beefs about something, they keep complaining about it.
①Instead of beefing about what Mrs Martin has not done, her critics might take a look at what she is trying to do.
②I really don't have a beef with Wayne.
①quibble n.牢骚;微不足道的抱怨【 A quibble is a small and unimportant complaint about something.】
These are minor quibbles.
②whinge v.发牢骚;絮絮叨叨地抱怨 【If you say that someone is whingeing, you mean that they are complaining in an annoying way about something unimportant.】
Stop whingeing and get on with it.
If you endorse a product or company, you appear in advertisements for it.
The twins endorsed a line of household cleaning products.
He also had his licence endorsed with eight penalty points.
If someone puts a certain spin on an event or situation, they interpret it and try to present it in a particular way.
①He interpreted the vote as support for the constitution and that is the spin his supporters are putting on the results today.
②...the wholly improper political spin given to the report, particularly by The New York Times.
If you describe someone, especially a man, as a peacock, you mean that they are arrogant or like dressing or behaving in a way that draws attention to themselves.
①He was a born peacock.
②He introduced himself as 'the leader' and strutted up and down like a peacock.