out of house

out of house
not in the offices of a company, and by people who may not be employed by that company

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  • out-of-house — ˌout of ˈhouse adverb HUMAN RESOURCES people who work out of house work at their own home or for another company, rather than in the company building compare in house * * * out of house UK US adjective [before noun] ► WORKPLACE not working or… …   Financial and business terms

  • out of house — UK US adverb ► WORKPLACE if an employee of a company works out of house, they work from home rather than in the offices of that company: »Many of our project team members are based out of house. ► if a company has work done out of house, it… …   Financial and business terms

  • out of house — phrase not in the offices of a company, and by people who may not be employed by that company Thesaurus: words used to describe jobs and workhyponym general words relating to jobs and workhypernym Main entry: house …   Useful english dictionary

  • out of house and home — adverb In a manner that deprives one of dwelling or some aspect thereof. Poets will drink you out of house and home / leaving your living room in disarray See Also: eat one out of house and home …   Wiktionary

  • Farr Out Guest House — (Патерностер,Южно Африканская Республика) Категория отеля: 4 звездочный отель Адрес: 17 Seemeeu …   Каталог отелей

  • eat someone out of house and home — eat (someone) out of house and home humorous to eat most of the food that someone has in their house. The boys have only been back two days and they ve already eaten me out of house and home …   New idioms dictionary

  • eat out of house and home — eat (someone) out of house and home humorous to eat most of the food that someone has in their house. The boys have only been back two days and they ve already eaten me out of house and home …   New idioms dictionary

  • eat someone out of house and home — (informal) To live at the expense of another person so as to ruin him or her • • • Main Entry: ↑home * * * eat someone out of house and home humorous phrase to eat too much of someone’s food when you are a guest in their house Thesaurus: to eat a …   Useful english dictionary

  • eat one out of house and home — {v. phr.} 1. To eat so much as to cause economic hardship. * /Our teenaged sons are so hungry all the time that they may soon eat us out of house and home./ 2. To overstay one s welcome. * /We love Bob and Jane very much, but after two weeks we… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • eat one out of house and home — {v. phr.} 1. To eat so much as to cause economic hardship. * /Our teenaged sons are so hungry all the time that they may soon eat us out of house and home./ 2. To overstay one s welcome. * /We love Bob and Jane very much, but after two weeks we… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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