office boy


Also found in: Dictionary.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to office boy

a young man who is employed to do odd jobs in a business office

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
The special cell had on Saturday arrested three people and detained 17- year- old office boy of alleged bookie Rajesh Kalra.
OFFICE boy for obvious reasons prefers to forget an important fact.
Now, all four of them are fluent in English and Sumon has found a job in Dubai as an office boy with Brazilian food company, Sadia.
Prasad (identified only by his first name), a 40-year old Indian national, was working as an office boy at a private firm called Al Wahda Express in Hamdan Street behind the Al Noor hospital, Abu Dhabi.
In 1979 he tried to destroy all his negatives in a rage after an office boy complained there was no loo paper.
Having been involved in many aspects of the industry from office boy to company director and seen the demise of many well-known companies that affected the lives of hardworking people in this area it is good to see that part of this, once the biggest employer in the district, is still existing and hopefully thriving.
Guests can wear a suit or nice dress if they wish and not risk treading in pigeon mess or getting tomato sauce splashed over the new white shirt as a drunken office boy spreads his chips around.
At the age of 16, he joined the firm of Dwight Veerhis & Perry as a $12 a week office boy.
While one must wait for the result of the Hutton enquiry, it is obvious from the reports that Dr Kelly was described as a 'middle ranking civil servant' by the office boy Richard Hatfield, to whom he was technically responsible.
Only an office boy of very limited practical and no rural experience would engage in such folly.
But still there is an office boy frailty about him.
ONLY a girl as sweet as Janice Beard could hear music every time she sees Sean the gormless office boy (Rhys Ifans).
For the past two years, Modelo has been headed by Carlos Fernandez Gonzalez, only 32, who started at the company as an office boy at age 11.
Lewis May is referred to in the text simply as 'the office boy', and not properly distinguished from head office boy, Edward Shelley.
Fine portrays an occupation whose tasks and prospects were as varied as its workers, introducing the reader to one of the troubling problems in the historical discussion of clerical work: labels such as bookkeeper, copyist, clerk, and office boy had little fixed meaning.
Full browser ?