workstation

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From work +‎ station

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workstation (plural workstations)

  1. a desktop computer, normally more powerful than a normal PC and often dedicated to a specific task, such as graphics
    • 2021 October 20, Paul Stephen, “Leisure and pleasure on the Far North Line: Radio Electronic Token Block”, in RAIL, number 942, page 48:
      All train movements on the Far North Line have been controlled by a Radio Electronic Token Block workstation at Inverness since 1995, having already been introduced on the Kyle Line some 11 years earlier.
  2. an area, at a workplace, for a single worker

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Portuguese[edit]

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Unadapted borrowing from English workstation.

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workstation f (plural workstations)

  1. (computing) workstation (powerful desktop computer)
    Synonym: estação de trabalho