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electronic cottagenoun [C]

uk   us   (also telecottage) IT, HR
a ​house, usually in the country, which has all the necessary ​equipment and a ​connection to the ​internet so that ​people can ​work there rather than ​travelling to an ​office: The ​electronic cottage has become the ideal ​launchpad for the ​flexible, ​independentworker, the archetype for this century.
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