a chest of drawers, often with a mirror at the top.
a division of a government department or an independent administrative unit.
an office for collecting or distributing news or information, coordinating work, or performing specified services; agency:
a travel bureau; a news bureau.
Chiefly British. a desk or writing table with drawers for papers.
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noun (pl) -reaus, -reaux (-rəʊz)
(mainly Brit) a writing desk with pigeonholes, drawers, etc, against which the writing surface can be closed when not in use
(US) a chest of drawers
an office or agency, esp one providing services for the public
a government department
a branch of a government department
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the division of the Department of Commerce that gathers, tabulates, and correlates census statistics.
former name of the United States Customs Service.
an office where money can be exchanged. noun a place where foreign currencies can be exchanged