English translation of 'ufficio'
andare in ufficio
- (luogo, gen)
to go to the officeoggi non è andata in ufficio
she didn't go to the office todaySee ufficio brevettiSee ufficio postaleSee ufficio vendite
- (luogo, gen)
l'ufficio di direttore generale
the office o position of general managercoprire/accettare un ufficio
to hold/accept a positionprovvedere d'ufficio
to act officially
difensore o avvocato d'ufficio
court-appointed counsel for the defence (Brit) o defense (US)convocare d'ufficio
grazie ai suoi buoni uffici
thanks to his good offices
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'ufficio' in Other Languages
British English: office /ˈɒfɪs/ NOUN
An office is a room or a part of a building where people work sitting at desks.
I arrived at the office early.
- American English: office
- Arabic: مَكْتَبٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: escritório
- Chinese: 办公室
- Croatian: ured
- Czech: kancelář
- Danish: kontor
- Dutch: kantoor
- European Spanish: oficina
- Finnish: toimisto
- French: bureau lieu de travail
- German: Büro
- Greek: γραφείο
- Italian: ufficio
- Japanese: オフィス
- Korean: 사무실
- Norwegian: kontor
- Polish: biuro
- European Portuguese: escritório
- Romanian: birou
- Russian: офис
- Latin American Spanish: oficina
- Swedish: kontor
- Thai: สำนักงาน
- Turkish: büro
- Ukrainian: офіс
- Vietnamese: văn phòng
British English: bureau NOUN
A bureau is an office, organization, or government department that collects and distributes information.
...the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
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