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desknoun [C]

uk   us   /desk/

desk noun [C] (TABLE)

A1 a type of table that you can work at, often one with drawers: an office/school desk She sat at her desk writing letters. He had a pile of papers on his desk. The report arrived on/landed on/reached my desk (= I received it) this morning.
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desk noun [C] (SERVICE AREA)

a place, often with a counter (= a long flat narrow surface) especially in a hotel or airport, where you can get information or service: a check-in/information/reception desk

desk noun [C] (NEWSPAPER OFFICE)

an office that deals with a particular type of news for a newspaper or broadcasting company: the foreign/sports desk Now let's hear from Sue at our travel desk.
Traducciones de “desk”
en árabe مَكْتَب…
en coreano 책상…
in Malaysian meja…
en francés bureau…
en turco masa…
en italiano scrivania…
en chino (tradicionál) 桌子, (常指帶抽屜的)書桌,辦公桌,寫字枱…
en ruso письменный стол…
en polaco biurko…
in Vietnamese bàn viết…
en español escritorio, pupitre, mostrador…
en portugués mesa de escritório, carteira…
in Thai โต๊ะ…
en alemán der Schreibtisch…
en catalán taula (de treball)…
en japonés 机…
in Indonesian meja tulis…
en chino (simplificado) 桌子, (常指带抽屉的)书桌,办公桌,写字台…
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