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secretarial

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsecretarialsec‧re‧tar‧i‧al /ˌsekrəˈteəriəl $ -ˈter-/ adjective [usually before noun]  BOrelating to the work of a secretary a secretarial course secretarial college
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secretarialTop executives are generally provided with spacious offices and secretarial and support staff.Covent school, then secretarial college.His cold turned to flu; he stayed home from his hateful secretarial job for a week.She quit her secretarial job to become a full-time housewife.She's held several secretarial jobs.What about an answering service-preferably one with secretarial services if you need some one to type your resume and applications?Elise had blazed a talented trail to an art college four years before Merrill took up secretarial training.Mrs Frost began working for the education authority in 1943, carrying out secretarial work in the area office.
From Longman Business Dictionarysecretarialsec‧re‧tar‧i‧al /ˌsekrəˈteəriəl-ˈter-/ adjective concerned with the work of a secretary, such as answering the telephone, TYPING, and arranging meetingsA PA’s job involves a lot of secretarial work.The college also employs a number of library and secretarial staff.
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