call center

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Noun1.call center - a center equipped to handle a large volume of telephone calls (especially for taking orders or serving customers)call center - a center equipped to handle a large volume of telephone calls (especially for taking orders or serving customers)
center, centre - a building dedicated to a particular activity; "they were raising money to build a new center for research"
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Translations
telefonní centrum
callcenter
puhelinpalvelukeskus
centre d’appels
pozivni centar
コールセンター
콜센터
call center
ศูนย์โทรศัพท์
trung tâm chăm sóc khách hàng

call center

مَرْكَزُ الِاتَّصَال telefonní centrum callcenter Callcenter τηλεφωνικό κέντρο centro de llamadas puhelinpalvelukeskus centre d’appels pozivni centar call centre コールセンター 콜센터 callcenter kundesenter centrum telefoniczne central de atendimento телефонный информационный центр call center ศูนย์โทรศัพท์ çağrı merkezi trung tâm chăm sóc khách hàng 呼叫中心
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in 2017, is of contract the There's a lot of guys off-contract this year and some of the bigger teams will be cherrypicking them Ian Watson
But EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has criticised the proposals, saying they imply Britain wants a "kind of a la carte single market, a kind of cherrypicking approach".
But pro-EU peer Lord Heseltine said: "The speech just moves us further down the cherrypicking road.
If this cherrypicking, As she tried to keep the balance between the bitter leave and remain divisions in the Tory cabinet and the Parliament, May called for more realistic expectations on what Brexit will mean.
According to Sam Lowe, trade analyst at the Centre for European Reform, what Britain is asking for is "institutionalised cherrypicking" - and no cherrypicking is the cardinal rule of the single market.
"It seems that Hunt's reaction to my accusations of cherrypicking statistics is to counter by - cherrypicking statistics." Many have expressed surprise at Hunt's willingness to debate with Little after his seeming reluctance to engage with NHS frontline staff, in particular junior doctors.
They follow this up with a piece (Sept 7) quoting another agendadriven "exclusive" poll, cherrypicking the results to show that the end of the world is nigh - because 17.4m oiks had the temerity to vote in a manner they disapproved of.
The war of words broke out on Friday when Prof Hawking accused the Health Secretary of "cherrypicking" favourable evidence in order to suit his argument.
They will bitterly oppose any attempts to indulge in what they call "cherrypicking" by Britain during the negotiations.
Also welcome was Ms Williams' apparent commitment to all facets of Sir Ian's report in that she will not be looking to save much-needed funds by cherrypicking certain recommendations over others.
In response, Brexiteers could point out that Christians have been cherrypicking the New Testament for millennia to justify their every impulse, moral, and otherwise.
Keeping it at the top of the bunch is quite another when rival manufacturers have the benefit of a 'wait and see' approach, cherrypicking the aspects of the design that work and ditching the bits that don't.