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office

noun [C] (WORK ROOM) 辦公室     /ˈɒf.ɪs/ US  /ˈɑː.fɪs/
a room or part of a building in which people work, especially sitting at tables with computers, telephones, etc., usually as a part of a business or other organization 辦公室;辦公樓 the director's office 經理辦公室 office equipment 辦公設備 I didn't leave the office until eight o'clock last night. 昨晚我直到8點鐘才離開辦公室。 office workers 辦公室工作人員 RoomsOffice practices
a part of a company 辦事處;事務所 They've got offices in Paris, London and Madrid. 他們在巴黎、倫敦和馬德裡都設有辦事處。 Businesses and enterprises
(Definition of office noun (WORK ROOM) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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