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Of·fice, The /ˈɒfəs, ˈɒfɪs $ ˈɒː-, ˈɑː-/
office /ˈɒfəs, ˈɒfɪs $ ˈɒː-, ˈɑː-/ noun

شغل عمومی ، ، شغل ، مسئولیت ، احرازمقام ، اشتغال ، وظیفه ، خدمت ، محل کار ، اداره ، دفتر کار ، دفتر ، منصب ، معماری: اطاق دفتر ، قانون ـ فقه: دفتر کار ، بازرگانی: محل کار ، علوم نظامی: اطاق
کامپیوتر: اداره - دفتر کامپیوتر: اداره

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

Synonyms: post, function, occupation, place, responsibility, role, situation

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Of·fice, The /ˈɒfəs, ˈɒfɪs $ ˈɒː-, ˈɑː-/
a British television comedythat was first broadcast in 2001 and has won Golden Globe and BAFTA awards. The programme is about the lives of workers in the Slough office of a fictional (=not real) paper company called Wernham Hogg, and is filmed in the style of a documentary. The Office was written and directed by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant. Ricky Gervais plays the part of David Brent, the general manager, who thinks he is much more talented and entertaining than he really is. Other actors appearing in the programme include Martin Freeman, Mackenzie Crook, and Lucy Davis. Local versions of The Office have been in other countries including the US.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

office S1 W1 /ˈɒfəs, ˈɒfɪs $ ˈɒː-, ˈɑː-/ noun
[Word Family: noun: office, officer, official, officialdom, officialese, officiousness; adverb: officiallyunofficially, officiously; adjective: officialunofficial, officious; verb: officiate]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin officium 'service, duty, office', from opus 'work' + facere 'to do']

1. BUILDING [countable] a building that belongs to a company or an organization, with rooms where people can work at desks:
The department occupies an office just a mile from the White House.
main/head office (=the most important office)
The head office is in Edinburgh.
Did you go to the office (=the office where you work) today?
at the office
Have a nice day at the office.
local/regional office
The agency has a network of regional offices.
office staff/workers/equipment etc
Office staff need well-designed desks and chairs.
the increased demand for office space

2. ROOM [countable] a room where someone has a desk and works, on their own or with other people:
the manager’s office
Sorry, Ann’s not in her office right now.
Dan shares an office with Lisa.

3. office hours
a) the time between about 9:00 in the morning and 5:00 in the afternoon, when people in offices are working:
Can you phone again during office hours?
b) American English the time during the day or week when students can meet with their teacher in the teacher’s office:
Professor Lee’s office hours are from two to four on Mondays and Thursdays.

4. JOB [uncountable and countable] an important job or position with power, especially in government:
the office of President
in office
She was celebrating ten years in office.
A provisional military government took office (=started in an important job or position).
hold office (=have a particular important job or position)
Trujillo held office as finance minister.
a five-year term of office (=period of time working in an important job)

5. Office used in the names of some government departments:
the Foreign Office
the Office of the District Attorney

6. PLACE FOR INFORMATION [countable] a room or building where people go to ask for information, buy tickets etc
information/ticket etc office
the tourist office
Is there a lost property office?box office, post office, registry office

7. DOCTOR [countable] American English the place where a doctor or dentist examines or treats people Synonym : surgery British English

8. sb’s good offices/the good offices of somebody formal help given by someone who has authority or can influence people
through the good offices of somebody
I managed to obtain a visa through the good offices of a friend in the Service.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. room/building where written work is done
ADJ. big, huge, large, spacious | cramped, small, tiny | plush | high-rise | five-storey, ten-storey, etc. | glass-fronted, glass-walled | busy, noisy | open-plan | air-conditioned | electronic, paperless | permanent, temporary The company set up its first permanent offices in the city centre.
private The prime minister arranged a meeting in his private office.
central, head, main | area, branch, district, local, overseas, regional, subsidiary | administrative, editorial, press, sales, etc. | council, government, newspaper, etc.
VERB + OFFICE manage, run, supervise | come/go into, come/go to I sometimes go into the office on Saturdays when we're busy.
arrive at, get to | leave What time do you usually leave the office?
OFFICE + NOUN job, work | hours Call this number outside normal office hours.
colleague, staff, worker | life | gossip, politics | party We have an office party every Christmas.
administrator, assistant, cleaner, clerk, manager | boy, girl, junior (all old-fashioned)
desk, door, equipment, furniture, safe, shredder, software, stationery | system, technology | environment Working in a busy office environment can be stressful.
accommodation, block, building, complex, development, premises, space, suite The old warehouses have been redeveloped for office accommodation.
facilities, services The conference centre provides office facilities such as computers and faxes.
expenses, overheads | administration, management | skills | procedures, routine
PREP. at the ~ I sometimes have to stay late at the office.
in the ~ I'm sorry, Mr Anders is not in the office today.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. official position
ADJ. exalted, great, high, important | minor | lucrative, prestigious | hereditary | national, public | ecclesiastical, judicial, ministerial, political
VERB + OFFICE run for, stand for He ran for office in the last presidential election.
hold, remain in, retain, stay in The president holds office for a period of four years.
be appointed to, be elected to | be re-elected to, be returned to The government was returned to office by a large majority.
assume, be sworn into, come into, come to, enter, take, take up Martin was sworn into office as prime minister in March. The Labour Party took office in 1997.
give up, leave, lose, relinquish, resign from, retire from, vacate | be driven from, be forced from, be removed from, be suspended from, be turned out of
OFFICE + NOUN holder
PREP. in ~ The government seemed likely to remain in office for the next five years.
out of ~ breaking promises made when out of office
PHRASES a candidate for office, duties of the office, a term of office to be re-elected for a second term of office

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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