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    Does "desk" mean "office space"?


    Does "desk" mean "office space" in this email?
    Could you please look at the below email?
    I consult the dictionary, but I couldn't find the right meaning.
    I assuemd that 'a desk' mean 'office space' in this context.
    Is that right? ^^

    So Young

    To: Matthew Tuttle <>
    From: OfficeNet <>
    Subject: Desk RentalDate: December 5
    Attachment: directory.dkp

    Dear Mr. Tuttle,

    Thank you for inquiring about renting a desk at OfficeNet. Unfortunately, the specific location you chose on Central Avenue is currently unavailable.
    It is undergoing renovation and will not be reopening until January 15. However, we do have some alternative spaces.

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    Re: Does "desk" mean "office space"?

    That's how I read it.

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