noun, plural ser·vos.
verb (used with object), ser·voed, ser·vo·ing.
Origin of servo
Definition for servo (2 of 2)
Origin of servo-
Examples from the Web for servo
The drone, on the far side of the moon, was decelerating, dropping as servo mechanisms operating on timers activated its blasters.
The girl mech put a small plastic hand on the servo's shoulder.The Love of Frank Nineteen|David Carpenter Knight
A servo mechanism somewhere in the ship started a small motor.
"It would take a pretty big one to damage a servo bearing," Cade commented.All Day September|Roger Kuykendall
Non licet homini, says Theodores Penitential, a servo tollere pecuniam, quam ipse labore suo adquesierit.Domesday Book and Beyond|Frederic William Maitland