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Translation of "office" - English-Spanish dictionary

office

noun   /ˈɒf·ɪs/
A2 a room or building where people work oficina an office worker I never get to the office before nine.
A2 a room or building where you can get information, tickets, or a particular service oficina a ticket office the tourist office
(Definition of office from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

office

noun /ˈofis/
the room or building in which the business of a firm is done despacho, oficina The firm’s head offices are in New York (also adjective) office furniture.
the room in which a particular person works despacho, oficina the bank manager’s office.
a room or building used for a particular purpose oficina Train tickets are bought at the ticket-office.
a position of authority, especially in or as a government cargo Our party has not been in office for years the office of mayor.
officer noun
a person holding a commission in the army, navy or air force oficial a naval officer.
a person who carries out a public duty funcionario a police officer.
(Definition of office from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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