One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A young woman employed to do routine tasks in a business office.‘a city office girl’
- ‘Miss Davies, 56, started at the Milland Road factory as an office girl at 16.’
- ‘One of the office girls is always asking me for advice on this and that.’
- ‘Two young office girls approached, stopped, and threw in fifty pence each.’
- ‘When I came here, I got a job as a standard-issue office girl.’
- ‘As soon as you went in you'd have a laugh with the office girls and the kitchen staff.’
- ‘Pam, who was an office girl, was aware of the substitution.’
- ‘She is thrilled when the new office girl seems keen to befriend her.’
- ‘The experience of the office girl really resonated with my own early working life in various dull jobs, where most of my time I was desperate to escape.’
- ‘I found out that she had once been a normal happy office girl in Tokyo.’
- ‘Working-class women and office girls thronged the women's ready-to-wear department, trying on clothes for hours in front of mirrors.’
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