a method or system of using automated or electronic equipment, as word processors and computers, in the operations of an office.
noun, British. 1. a large office building. noun 1. a large building designed to provide office accommodation
- Office-block ballot
[aw-fis-blok, of-is-] /ˈɔ fɪsˌblɒk, ˈɒf ɪs-/ noun 1. a ballot on which the candidates are listed alphabetically, with or without their party designations, in columns under the office for which they were nominated.
noun 1. a person, traditionally a boy, employed in an office to run errands, do odd jobs, etc. noun 1. a former name for office junior
- Office by example
language (OBE) A sequel to QBE, described in publications by Moshe Zloof of IBM in the early 1980s but apparently never implemented. (1998-03-14)