A call centre is an office where people work answering or making telephone calls for a particular company .
a drilling bit with a central projecting point and two side cutters
(of a cartridge ) having the primer in the centre of the base
a defender who plays in the middle of the defence
a push or hit made in any direction to start the game or to restart the game after a goal has been scored
The city centre is the busiest part of a city, where most of the shops and businesses are.
a unit, such as a department of a company, to which costs may be allocated for cost accounting purposes
the exact top ( top dead centre ) or bottom ( bottom dead centre ) of the piston stroke in a reciprocating engine or pump
In Britain, a job centre is a place where people who are looking for work can go to get advice on finding a job, and to look at advertisements placed by people who are looking for new employees .
an office, usually staffed by professional volunteers, at which free legal advice and information are provided to the general public
a conically pointed rod mounted in the headstock of a lathe that locates and turns with the workpiece
If something is off-centre, it is not exactly in the middle of a space or surface.
a regular meeting of small children arranged by their parents or a welfare agency to give them an opportunity of supervised creative play
a place where people can rest
a chocolate that has a soft filling
the sparsely inhabited central region of Australia
the most important commercial or business area of a town, containing most of the shops, banks, restaurants etc
the region in an enzyme molecule in which the reactive groups that participate in its action are juxtaposed
the main court of a tennis complex, esp at Wimbledon
the nominal space in the political spectrum that is neither right or left
a small steel tool with a conical tip used to punch a small indentation at the location of the centre of a hole to be drilled
the pair of two facing pages in the middle of a magazine, newspaper, etc, often illustrated
If something or someone takes centre stage, they become very important or noticeable .
the public buildings of a town, including recreational facilities and offices of local administration
a large shop that sells craftwork
a place providing help to victims of crime, natural disasters, etc
a research centre equipped for field studies, usually located in or near an area of scientific interest
A garden centre is a large shop, usually with an outdoor area, where you can buy things for your garden such as plants and gardening tools.
A health centre is a building in which a group of doctors have offices or surgeries where their patients can visit them.
a single hi-fi unit containing (for example) a turntable, amplifier, radio, cassette player, and compact disc player
The nerve centre of an organization is the place from where its activities are controlled and where its leaders meet .
a unit or department of a company that is responsible for its costs and its profits
a centre or clinic where people with an alcohol or drug addiction are treated
In Britain, a remand centre is an institution where people who are accused of a crime are sent until their trial begins or until a decision about their punishment has been made.
a place where people take part in sports
the centre of a cyclonic storm, etc, where pressure is lowest
an urban area that is large and heavily populated
a centre providing leisure activities for young people, often associated with a church or community centre
a complex with facilities for water sports, including swimming pools
a private maternity hospital
a place providing office facilities and services
A centre-forward in a team sport such as football or hockey is the player or position in the middle of the front row of attacking players.
the constricted part of the trunk between the ribs and hips
an office where staff carry out an organization's telephone transactions
If an area or town is a centre for an industry or activity, that industry or activity is very important there.
an establishment offering daycare to preschool children, enabling their parents to work full time or have extended relief if child care is a problem
a place which has gym equipment
a store that specializes in selling freezers
a museum that houses exhibits describing the culture and history of a particular place and its inhabitants
A leisure centre is a large public building containing different facilities for leisure activities, such as a sports hall, a swimming pool, and rooms for meetings.