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Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

office /ˈɒfɪs/ n
  1. a room or set of rooms in which business, professional duties, clerical work, etc, are carried out
  2. (as modifier): office furniture, an office boy
  3. (often plural) the building or buildings in which the work of an organization, such as a business or government department, is carried out
  4. a commercial or professional business: the architect's office approved the plans
  5. the group of persons working in an office: it was a happy office until she came
  6. (capital when part of a name) (in Britain) a department of the national government: the Home Office
  7. (capital when part of a name)(in the US) a governmental agency, esp of the Federal government
  8. a subdivision of such an agency or of a department: Office of Science and Technology
  9. a position of trust, responsibility, or duty, esp in a government or organization: the office of president, to seek office
  10. (in combination): an office-holder
  11. duty or function: the office of an administrator
  12. (often plural) a minor task or service: domestic offices
  13. (often plural) an action performed for another, usually a beneficial action: through his good offices
  14. a place where tickets, information, etc, can be obtained: a ticket office
  15. (often plural) a ceremony or service, prescribed by ecclesiastical authorities, esp one for the dead
  16. the official daily service
  17. short for divine office
  18. (plural) the parts of a house or estate where work is done, goods are stored, etc
  19. (usually plural) Brit euphemistic a lavatory (esp in the phrase usual offices)
  20. in office(of a government) in power
  21. out of office(of a government) out of power
  22. the officeslang a hint or signal
Etymology: 13th Century: via Old French from Latin officium service, duty, from opus work, service + facere to do

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