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workspace

[ wawrk-speys ]
/ ˈwɔrkˌspeɪs /
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noun

space used or required for one's work, as in an office or home.
Computers.
  1. a temporary digital storage area that contains related data and software files: You can create and store images in your workspace.
  2. a file or directory within this storage area: If you make changes, be sure to save your workspace.

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Origin of workspace

First recorded in 1955–60; work + space
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