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department

noun /diˈpaːtmənt/
a part or section of a government, university, office, or shop
departamento, sección
The Department of Justice the sales department.
departmental adjective
departamental, de departamento
a departmental manager.
department store noun a large shop with many different departments selling a wide variety of goods.
gran almacén
department (not departmental) store.
Translations of “department”
in Arabic قِسْم…
in Korean 부서…
in Malaysian bahagian…
in French service, rayon département…
in Turkish bölüm, daire, departman…
in Italian dipartimento, reparto…
in Chinese (Traditional) (組織或機構中的)部,系,處,科,室…
in Russian отдел, факультет…
in Polish dział, wydział, ministerstwo…
in Vietnamese bộ, ban…
in Portuguese departamento…
in Thai แผนก…
in German die Abteilung…
in Catalan departament…
in Japanese 部, 課…
in Indonesian bagian…
in Chinese (Simplified) (组织机构中的)部,系,处,科,室…
(Definition of department from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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