Definition of front office in English:

front office

Syllabification: front of·fice

noun

chiefly North American
The management or administrative officers of a business or other organization.
More example sentences
  • It has been an American epidemic, an unspoken marketing strategy in boardrooms and front offices all over when it comes to cultivating buyers.
  • While front offices at most leagues and teams remain far less diverse than their player and fan bases, the 50 people on our list prove that progress is being made.
  • NFL front offices have noticed that Owens, who will be a free agent, has played cautiously and some have speculated he is either consciously or subconsciously trying to avoid injury.

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