French translation of 'office hours'
1. (gen) heures fpl de bureau
during office hours pendant les heures de bureau
2. (US) [of doctor] heures fpl de consultation
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Example Sentences Including 'office hours'
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At least in the DGI he could have submitted a hastily written report and taken a few hours to freshen up before normal office hours began.CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER (2002)
We frequently meet before office hours to discuss internal business.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
He selected a number in Washington, DC, checked that he was in American office hours, and dialled.LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE (2002)
I thought all personal calls got passed to Family Matters and held over until after office hours.NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES (2002)
'office hours' in Other Languages
British English: office hours /ˈɒfɪs aʊəz/ NOUN
Office hours are the times when an office or similar place is open for business.
If you have any queries, please call us during office hours.
- American English: office hours
- Arabic: سَاعَاتُ العَمَلِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: horário de expediente
- Chinese: 办公时间
- Croatian: radno vrijeme
- Czech: úřední hodiny
- Danish: kontortid
- Dutch: kantooruren
- European Spanish: horario de oficina
- Finnish: virka-aika
- French: horaires de bureau
- German: Dienststunden
- Greek: ώρες γραφείου
- Italian: orario d'ufficio
- Japanese: 営業時間
- Korean: 근무 시간
- Norwegian: kontortid
- Polish: godziny urzędowe
- European Portuguese: horário de expediente
- Romanian: ore de lucru
- Russian: часы работы
- Spanish: horario de oficina
- Swedish: kontorstid
- Thai: ชั่วโมงทำงาน
- Turkish: çalışma saatleri
- Ukrainian: години роботи
- Vietnamese: giờ làm việc
Translation of office hours from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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