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workstation

noun work·sta·tion \-ˌstā-shən\

: an area that has the equipment needed for one person to do a particular job

: a computer that is connected to a computer network

Full Definition of WORKSTATION

1
:  an area with equipment for the performance of a specialized task usually by a single individual
2
a :  an intelligent terminal or personal computer usually connected to a computer network
b :  a powerful microcomputer used especially for scientific or engineering work

Examples of WORKSTATION

  1. Employees should keep their workstations neat and organized.

First Known Use of WORKSTATION

1931

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