English → English - desk

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n. piece of furniture which serves as a place to write (read, study, etc.)
n. desk, piece of furniture which serves as a place to write

English → Spanish - desk

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s. escritorio, bufete, buró, mesa de trabajo, pupitre

English → French - desk

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n. table, bureau, pupitre

English → German - desk

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n. Schreibtisch, Pult, Desk

English → Indonesian - desk

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n. meja tulis, kas

English → Italian - desk

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s. scrivania, scrittoio, tavolo; (fig) sezione, reparto, ufficio; leggio; (Scol) banco; cattedra; (Comm) cassa

English → Polish - desk

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n. biurko, ławka szkolna, kasetka, katedra

English → Portuguese - desk

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s. mesa, escrivaninha, gaveta

English → Romanian - desk

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n. masă de scris, birou, bancă, pupitru, catedră, literatură, muncă de birou

English → Russian - desk

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с. письменный стол, регистратура, рабочий стол, стол, парта; аналой, кафедра проповедника, пюпитр; пульт, пульт управления; редакция газеты; отделение, отдел, сектор; проповедник

English → Turkish - desk

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i. çalışma masası, yazı masası, sıra (okul); kasa; kontrol paneli; kürsü; bölüm; resepsiyon
s. masa, büro

English → Ukrainian - desk

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n. письмовий стіл, робочий стіл, парта, конторка, шухляда, бювар

English → Dutch - desk

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zn. tafel; buro

English → Greek - desk

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ουσ. γραφείο, θρανίο

English → Arabic - desk

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‏مكتب، إستقبال، المقرأ، الدائرة، سكرتارية التحرير، منضدة‏

English → Chinese - desk

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(名) 书桌, 工作台, 办公桌

English → Chinese - desk

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(名) 書桌, 工作臺, 辦公桌

English → Hindi - desk

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n. लिखने की मेज़, लेखन-आधार, डेस्क, डैस्क, मेज़, ढलवां मेज़

English → Japanese - desk

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(名) 文机, 机

English → Korean - desk

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명. 책상

English → Vietnamese - desk

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n. cái bàn, bàn giấy, giá để kinh, tòa soạn, bàn để thâu tiền, bàn viết

Definition of desk

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Noun
1. A table, frame, or case, usually with sloping top, but often with flat top, for the use of writers and readers. It often has a drawer or repository underneath.
2. A reading table or lectern to support the book from which the liturgical service is read, differing from the pulpit from which the sermon is preached; also (especially in the United States), a pulpit. Hence, used symbolically for the clerical profession.
Verb
3. To shut up, as in a desk; to treasure.
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