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an office where information is collected, for example for a news organization
the office or building from which an organization controls its activities, for example a military operation
mainly British the main office of an organization or company, or the people who work there
the place where a company or organization has its main offices
a building or place where an organization is based
American the place where a company has its main office
a room with one or more desks where people work
a place where someone goes to do their job
the place where you work
used in general for referring to places where people work
the area where you work/have your business/live
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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