workgroup Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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workgroupnoun [C]

(also work group) uk   us   /ˈwɜːkɡruːp/
WORKPLACE a ​group of ​people who ​work together on a particular ​piece of ​work: She ​agreed to ​head the workgroup that will come up with new ​rules.
IT a ​computersystem that ​allowspeople to ​work together: The ​companyruns one of the world's largest ​networks with more than 300,000 ​staff using its workgroup ​software.
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