front office


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front office

n.
The executive or policymaking officers of an organization.

front′ of′fice


n.
the executive or administrative officers of a company, organization, etc.
[1895–1900, Amer.]
front′-of`fice, adj.
Translations
salle des marchésservice de clientèle
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When he had got his shilling, and had in course of time completed the ascent to his box, and had got away (which appeared to relieve his mind), I went into the front office with my little portmanteau in my hand and asked, Was Mr.
Without further interruption, we reached the front office, where we found the clerk and the man in velveteen with the fur cap.
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