noun[treated as singular or plural]
1The premises occupied by a military commander and the commander’s staff.
- Its main generating unit was the staff headquarters of the Red Army's Rear Services.
- We received initial guidance from our higher headquarters and our commanding general.
- Their military headquarters were located at the Hotel Regina in Paris.
1.1The premises serving as the managerial and administrative centre of an organization: its national headquarters are in Florida
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- The tigers had to be moved more than 400 kilometres from the site to the headquarters of the centre.
- Which two trans national organisations have their headquarters in Brussels?
- The national headquarters is based at York University with a regional centre at Sheffield Hallam University.
Words that rhyme with headquartershindquarters, Waters
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Line breaks: head|quar¦ters
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