American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Transmitted or taking place between offices, especially those of a single organization: an interoffice memo; interoffice conferences.
“But ten years later we found out that this hadn’t really been the issue: instead, we’d unwittingly become caught up in interoffice politics.”
“COLLIER: Ramparts really began in 1964 as a liberal Catholic quarterly, a magazine of the Catholic laity, and by 1966, 1967 had shed that identity and became a kind of interoffice memorandum of the new left.”
“Middle-mile projects, which will provide necessary "backbone" services such as interoffice transport, backhaul, Internet connectivity, or special access to rural areas.”
“There was a small stack of CDs on her desk in an interoffice envelope from the A & R department.”
“A bright yellow interoffice envelope slapped down on his desk.”
“I am aware that some companys put into your contract, that interoffice dating is not allowed and i agree with that principle.”
“Arlene (McCarthy) takes the interoffice romance to a new level -- her unabashed sexual advances make her colleague, Tim (Jason Sudeikis), extremely uncomfortable.”
“But the acclaimed six-episode series provides her with a juicy, meaty role, and she holds her own opposite charismatic stars West and Romola Garai as the little tramp who tempts him into an interoffice affair.”
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