Definition of 'office'
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Example sentences containing 'office'
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He looked like he'd just been called up to the headmaster's office or something. THE EXECUTION (2002)The sort of worker who would always see that the office wheels never stopped turning. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)I offloaded Jessica onto her because I wanted to go and have a look in the office. THE EXECUTION (2002)
Trends of 'office'
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Translations for 'office'
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
- Spanish: oficina
- Swedish: kontor
- Thai: สำนักงาน
- Turkish: büro
- Ukrainian: офіс
- Vietnamese: văn phòng
Definition of office from the Collins English Dictionary
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