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office space (ˈɒfɪs speɪs) 

Definitions

noun

  1. (business) office space is a room or rooms in a building that provide a suitable environment for office operations   ⇒ office space to let   ⇒ 100m² of office space

Example Sentences Including 'office space'

Acquiring office space inside the Foreign Office and two paid secretaries are only the most visible accomplishments of the DSWA.
Enloe, Cynthia Bananas, Beaches and Bases
And they searched only office space , not areas used for prayer.
Spiked (2003)
Digby Brown bigwig Brenda Mitchell is a friend of McLeish's and used to work for Thompsons, another law firm which rented office space.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
It was a large cubicle partitioned off from an open plan office space.
Val McDermid THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Old shutters hang above a table against a wall to create an office space.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
Plans for a £300million hotel, leisure and business complex behind the London store were being revised to cut the office space.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
The city only promised to provide office space for the action centre, said Coun.
Toronto Sun (2003)
Well, you'd have to get less expensive office space for a start.
Stuart Harrison BETTER THAN THIS (2002)

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