bring (something) into service

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bring (something) into service

To make something usable or functional. We intend to bring a fleet of new buses into service later this year.
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bring something into service

to begin to use something; to start something up. They are bringing a much larger boat into service next month. A newer machine will be brought into service next year.
See also: bring, service
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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NEW high speed trains are being brought into service up to two and a half years late because of "catalogue of blunders", a watchdog said yesterday.
The 2.4 MW Sonzay power station in central France, inaugurated on November 7, is expected to generate 18 GWh per year, whilst the 3.6 MW Hersin facility in northern France, brought into service in October, will produce 29 GWh/year.
(Examiner ref: 53-0199/tmc 241011upper) [bar] DRIVING FORCE: In June, 1947, the first of 28 longer, sleeker and more sophisticated trolleybuses were brought into service. The Examiner photographer was at hand when the first models took to the street.