English vocabulary and translations (See all)
an office: a place of work, a room with computers and desks where people work
Offices refers to the headquarters of a company (main location)
- "In lieu of this pointless, frivolous expenditure, I propose a boring meeting at the office at 8.15 am."
- "Jean : Miss Susie, since the first day I saw you in your office, I have been in love with you."
- "New president of Europe Brian Alistair Jones, the winner in a hotly contested election that divided citizens over issues such as a national cheese, sits in his office with a reflective look on his face."
- "my office!"
- "I haven't been in the office in weeks."
- "Last but not least, Bob Carter has finally fixed the printer in my office."
- "Now get dressed, and we'll head to the office, ok?"
- "Please swing by my office this morning so I can give you the good news."
- "Could you come to my office please, I need you!"
- "Now which way to the welfare office?"
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