An office is a place where a company does business.
Dave works in an office.
Large corporations have offices all over the world.
Sarah was promoted at work, and now she has her own office. She used to work in a cubicle.*
Kevin doesn’t want to work in an office; he’d rather have a job working outside.
The word "office" is often used as an adjective before a noun:
There are a lot of office buildings in the center of the city.
Office jobs aren’t as easy to find as they once were.
Don is starting his own business, so he needs to get some office furniture.
He also needs to order some office supplies.
You’ll see a lot of office workers walking around downtown during lunchtime.
You can also use the word "office" when talking about a position in government that a person gets through an election:
Tina is thinking about running for office.
The office of Mayor is a highly sought-after position in cities like Chicago and New York.
Barack Obama holds the highest office in the country.
*cubicle: a work area surrounded by partitions or half walls. It includes a desk, a computer, filing cabinets, and storage space but there’s no door and it’s not private. Many office workers work in cubicles.