Meaning of “workstation” in the English Dictionary

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"workstation" in American English

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workstationnoun [ C ]

us /ˈwɜrkˌsteɪ·ʃən/

an area in a place of business where one person works at a computer, or the computer itself

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"workstation" in Business English

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workstationnoun [ C ]

also work station uk /ˈwɜːkˌsteɪʃən/ us

WORKPLACE an area in an office, factory, etc. where someone works, especially a desk with a computer:

Vending machines and water coolers mean staff spend little time away from their workstations.
Some people find difficulty with the idea of 'hot-desking', where you sit at a different work station every day.

IT a screen and keyboard that allows someone to use a particular computer system:

IT updated the workstations for us so that they are now fully networked.
The offices are spacious and well-appointed with wooden cubicles enclosing computer work stations.

(Definition of “workstation” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)