- A building or room where clerical or professional duties are performed.
- A charge or trust; a function.
- A major administrative division, notably in certain governmental administrations, either at ministry level (e.g. the British Home Office) or within or dependent on such a department.
- An office suite; a collection of work‐related computer programs (shortened from several such suites with 'office' in their name).
- A position of responsibility of some authority within an organisation.
"an executive or judicial office; a municipal office"
- Religious service, especially a liturgy officiated by a Christian priest or minister.
- (in the plural) The parts of a house given over to household work, storage etc.
- A bureau, an administrative unit of government.
- Rite, ceremonial observance of social or religious nature.
- (obsolete) That which a person does, either voluntarily or by appointment, for, or with reference to, others; customary duty, or a duty that arises from human relations.
"kind offices; pious offices"
- (intransitive) To have an office.
- To provide (someone) with an office.