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officer

US [ˈɑfɪsər]
UK [ˈɒfɪsə(r)]
  • n.军官;官员;主任;警官
  • v.管理;指挥;配置军官(或高级船员);统率
  • Web公务员;警察;干事
Plural Form:officers  Past Participle:officered  Present Participle:officering  
OFFICER
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n.
1.
军官a person who is in a position of authority in the armed forces
army/airforce/naval, etc. officers
陆军、空军、海军等军官
a commissioned/non-commissioned officer
军官;军士
The matter was passed on to me, as your commanding officer .
这件事转到了你的指挥官我这里。
2.
(政府或大机构的)官员,高级职员a person who is in a position of authority in the government or a large organization
an environmental health officer
环境卫生官员
a customs/prison/welfare officer
海关╱典狱╱福利官员
officers of state(= ministers in the government)
(政府各部)部长
3.
警察的头衔a title for a police officer
Officer Dibble
迪布尔警官

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