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workspace

[wawrk-speys] /ˈwɔrkˌspeɪs/
noun
1.
space used or required for one's work, as in an office or home.
2.
Computers.
  1. a temporary digital storage area that contains related data and software files:
    You can create and store images in your workspace.
  2. a file or directory within this storage area:
    If you make changes, be sure to save your workspace.
Origin
1955-1960
1955-60; work + space
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  • His small workspace is further closed in by heavy blue curtains, hung to block out unnecessary light.
  • Creating an integrated workspace that is centered around the user's needs and informed by the capabilities of the device in use.
  • If you are the type of writer that is comfortable in a disorganized, cluttered workspace, that's great.
  • Practical advice: post reminders around your workspace.
  • To create your own instant workspace anywhere, put a flat birch hollow-core door atop two adjustable sawhorses.
  • Durable furnishings and well-organized tools and materials are key to a small but efficient workspace.
  • Fed up with the bureaucracy, he simply instructed his staff to take them out, adding precious workspace.
  • Finding a workspace for larger items can be a challenge.
  • His desk is in an open workspace that he shares with six staffers and his puppy.
  • King suites also come with a sofa bed and an office workspace.

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