gratuity (noun) grah-'tü-ah-tE 1. something given voluntarily or beyond obligation, usually for some service. Pavlov would be proud Servers who kneel at the table get bigger tips, as do servers who write “Thank you” on their bills. Waitresses who draw a smiley face on their bills get bigger tips, but waiters who do the same get lower tips. It's all semantics Remember: Service charges are mandatory and gratuities are voluntary. Usually, voluntary gratuities can't be taxed. (Check the laws ...

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