- [C]办公室,办公楼 rooms or building used as a place of business, especially for clerical or administrative work
- [C](政府部门的)部、局、厅 (buildings of) a government departments,including the staff, their work and duties
- [U]有特定用途的房间或建筑物 room or building used for a particular purpose
- [U][C]公职,官职,公务 work and duties connected with a public position of trust and authority, especially as part of the government
- [U](基督教徒的)仪式,祷告 authorized form of Christian worship
place of business where professional or clerical duties are performed;
"he rented an office in the new building"
an administrative unit of government;
"the Central Intelligence Agency"
"the Census Bureau"
"Office of Management and Budget"
"Tennessee Valley Authority"
the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group;
"the function of a teacher"
"the government must do its part"
"play its role"
(of a government or government official) holding an office means being in power;
"being in office already gives a candidate a great advantage"
"during his first year in office"
"during his first year in power"
"the power of the president"
professional or clerical workers in an office;
"the whole office was late the morning of the blizzard"
a religious rite or service prescribed by ecclesiastical authorities;
"the offices of the mass"
a job in an organization;
"he occupied a post in the treasury"
- He keeps his office neat and tidy.
- The corridor opens into his office.
- He held this office for ten years.
- Now he holds the office of Foreign Minister.
- He must have gotten tied up at the office.
- You may just contract the Trademark Office.
- Our office is in the centre of the town.
- Our office is open from Monday to Friday.
- She was robbed of her purse on her way home from the office.
- I'd like to work in a government office.
- It is my office to open the door.
- The old Prime Minister was a wise, honest man who was more fit for his office than anyone else.
- This is a lawyer's office.
- He works in an employment office.
- Let us meet at the box office.
- She came to the station and went to the booking office.
- The young girl in the inquiry office was very forthcoming.
- She will go to our London office.
- The post office is not far from here.
- He has applied for a position in the editorial office.
- The routine office work had all been delegated to his executive staff.
- The two office buildings are alike in appearance.
- in〔out of〕 office
执政〔在野〕 holding〔not holding〕 an official position
- lay down one's office
辞职 resign a position of authority
- through sb's good offices
承某人的好意协助 with sb's kind help
- accept an office 接受公职
- come into office 上任,就职
- die in office 殉职
- do the office of 担任…职务
- enter upon office 就职
- exercise office 行使职责
- hold office 任职,在职
- hold office for a year 任职一年
- hold public office 任公职
- leave office 离职
- resign (from) an office 辞职
- run for office 〈美〉竞选职务
- seek office 谋求职务
- stand for office 〈英〉竞选职务
- take office 上任,就职
- attend the office 到办公室上班
- establish an office 设立办事处
- go to the office 去办公
- have an office in London 在伦敦有办事处
- set up an office 设立办事处
- take over the office 接管事务所
- do the office of host 尽主人之责
- perform the last offices 举行葬礼
- appointive office 委任的职务
- elective office 由选举产生的职务
- high office 高职位
- main office 总办事处
- public office 公职
- the Foreign O- 外交部
- box office 剧场售票处
- branch office 分行,分支机构
- business office 营业所
- dentist's office 〈美〉牙科诊所
- doctor's office 〈美〉医生诊所
- head office 总公司
- home office 总部,总公司,总店,总局
- inquiry office 问事处
- law office 法律事务所
- lawyer's office 律师事务所
- newspaper office 报社
- post office 邮政局
- telegraph office 电报局
- the Home O- 内政部
- after office 在业余时间
- at an office 在办公室
- during office 在办公时间
- the party in office 执政党
- in an office 在办公室
- in high office 身居高位
- the party out ofoffice 在野党
He would himself perform the executioner's office.出自： C. V. Wedgwood
误 He is at office.
正 He is at the office.史密斯太太打算在她的孩子们自立后就马上退职。
误 Mrs. Smith plans to retire from the office as soon as all her children are self-supporting.
正 Mrs. Smith plans to retire from office as soon as all her children are self-supporting.
析 office作“办公地点,办公室”解时,经常要与the或物主代词连用; 表示“公职”时,前面一般不加物主代词或冠词。哪一党派会在下次大选之后执政还不得而知。
误 It's still unknown which party will be in the office after the next general election.
正 It's still unknown which party will be in office after the next general election.
析 表示“执政”,应该说be in office, office前没有定冠词。
- ☆ 13世纪中期进入英语，直接源自古法语的ofice，意为职位；最初源自拉丁语的officium，意为公务。