service line

noun
1.
Tennis. the rear boundary of a service court.
2.
a line running parallel to the front wall in certain court games, as handball or squash, that marks a boundary of the service area.
Origin
1870–75
Example Sentences for service line
They also have a battery-powered instrument for locating a tap-the point where a house-service line is joined to a main.
These included moving the service line closer to the net and mandating the use of smaller and less-powerful wooden rackets.
Start with the customer service line, but likely you'll need to speak with a representative in account services.
Browse the hotel website or phone its customer-service line to find out its cancellation policy.
British Dictionary definitions for service line
service line
 
n
1.  the line at the back of the court behind which the server must stand when serving
2.  a line indicating the boundary of a permissible service, as on the backwall of a squash court

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