A room, set of rooms, or building used as a place for commercial, professional, or bureaucratic work
The quarters, staff, or collective authority of a particular government department or agency
her office on Union Street
An office or center in which the administrative work of a business is carried out, as opposed to its dealings with customers
A place at a theater or other arts establishment where tickets are bought or reserved
The office of a gas company.
The principal office of a business organization, constituting the centre for administration and policymaking
The ecclesiastical court of the Roman Catholic Church established as the final court of appeal in trials of heresy. Formed in 1542 as part of the Inquisition, it was renamed the Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in 1965
The British government department dealing with domestic affairs, including law and order, immigration, and broadcasting, in England and Wales
(Chiefly in the construction industry) an office which oversees and coordinates the pieces of work to be carried out on a particular project.
A government office recording dealings in public land
A lawyer’s office
An office or company dealing in life insurance
The principal office of an organization constituting the centre for administration and policymaking
(A former name for) the Admiralty building in London.
A young man employed to do less important jobs in a business office
A copy of a document, etc., kept in the office for reference; also in extended use.
A young woman employed to do routine tasks in a business office
A Latin plainsong hymn appointed to be sung as part of the Divine Office (chiefly historical); a translation of such a hymn used in Anglican worship.
(In Japan) a woman working in an office
A man who works in or runs an office.
An area where a number of office buildings are built together on landscaped grounds
A man's female secretary.
The office of the president of the US, in the White House
The office in the Exchequer in which pipe rolls are drawn up. Compare pipe. Now historical.
The public department or corporation responsible for mail services and (in some countries) telecommunications
= rat printing office.
A former department of the British government that was in charge of the army (incorporated into the Ministry of Defence in 1964)
An establishment for the assaying of ores and metals
A position or post in the clergy.
A Scottish law court responsible for listing cases to be tried in Scotland
Military a position or placement as a field officer (now rare).
The management or administrative officers of a business or other organization
(Originally) the office of the Board of Control dealing with the administration of the East India Company's territories; (in later use) the office of the British Government, established in 1858, which was responsible for the administration of British India.
A department of the British Government concerned with Irish affairs; the building in London (later also in Dublin) housing this; the civil servants working in this department, considered collectively.
= post office.
US the office of a livery business offering stabling for or hire of horses, etc.
A portable combination of computing and telecommunication equipment which a person can use to work when away from the office.
A part of the canonical office or monastic cycle of prayer traditionally performed during the night; specifically matins.
A person holding a position of authority in an organization
A large multistorey building containing the offices of one or more companies
The hours during which business is normally conducted
The youngest or newest member of the staff of an office, employed especially in minor jobs
A party held for members of the staff of an office
Space within a building available as business premises
A tall building containing offices.
An employee who works in an office, especially one engaged in clerical or administrative work
An office from which patents are issued
Originally: the headquarters of the police force in a city or town. Now: an office dealing with enquiries, reports of minor crimes, and other non-urgent police business.