Out of the office
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to be out of the office: to be absent from the office
Kevin will be out of the office until next Tuesday. He's absent at the moment but will be back in the office on Tuesday.
- "I will be out of the office from June 11 to June 18 inclusively."
- "I simply say ‘You are fired' in my sexy (and largely incomprehensible) accent and the person limps out of the office with a big smile on their face."
- "So Icarus will be out of the office from 6:00 pm next Friday."
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