branchnoun [C]uk /brɑːntʃ/ us /bræntʃ/
branch noun [C] (PART)
- The bank has three branches in Norwich, and over three hundred countrywide.
- Police officers from the organized crime branch have raided solicitors' offices in central London.
- The customer has only to bring the goods in to any branch and an immediate, no-questions-asked refund or replacement will be provided.
- To contact our Australian branch, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The company has announced the closure of several of its rural branches.
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branch noun [C] (TREE PART)
branch noun [C] (RIVER/ROAD)
branchverb [I]uk /brɑːntʃ/ us /bræntʃ/
branch verb [I] (TREE)
branch verb [I] (SPLIT)