branch

[Example Sentences]:
1. Now it is looking to branch out beyond its current camera technology into virtual reality.
2. There are a lot of mobile phones in use in the executive branch these days, after all.
3. In some cases, a new branch might have just one teller.
4. It would make sense to branch out to let users access their services more directly, he said.
5. It will mean business banking clients will no longer need to attend a branch to open a new account.
6. The auto club also intends to locate a service branch in the lobby of the headquarters.
7. The files also show the Swiss branch of HSBC provided financial services for the firm.
8. She says crews have to move the trains and branch to inspect the tracks for any damage.
9. All but the infrastructure design and assurance branch are currently filled on an acting basis.
10. This is the picture of our legislative branch today.
11. By the way, the Park Service is part of the executive branch that Trump now runs.
12. Mesa police confirmed the branch was left open and it was unclear if anything was stolen.
13. They branch out at the top, leaving a small layer of air between them and the surface of the bottle.
14. When he arrived, he found that the Bridge Avenue branch was closed.

[Antonyms]trunk, stock, stem

[Synonyms]department
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