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    on wheels

    Please set me clear on the following in red.

    The company ... has a flat structure. There are no team leaders and everyone is involved in the issues of business, marketing and sales. Desks are on wheels to make it easy for project teams to form.

    Does this literally mean "desks have wheels on their legs so that people can move them easily whenever they want"?

    Thank you.

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    Re: on wheels

    It appears so.

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