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    #1

    an office means a clinic?

    Hi there.

    Is it Okay to say the following?

    "Did Dave take the ultrasound test in your office?" meaning "did Dave take the ultrasound test in your clinic."


    Thanks,


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    Re: an office means a clinic?

    Without more context and background, it could be an office within a clinic OR a clinic.

    Normally one "has an ultrasound examination".

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