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officer [ 'ɔfisə] n.官员;干事;军官

officer ['ɔfisə] n. 军官,官员,警官

Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications

Standard for Fire Department Safety Officer

好了! 请将这张申报卡交给出口处的官员。
O.K. Please give this declaration card to that officer at the exit.

Responsible Officer(负责人):按照美国新闻署(U.S. Information Agency)的规定,负责
主管一个具体的"交流学者"项目的人员,称之为"负责人"(Responsible Officer)。此

Access to Information Officer

Accounting Officer

accused officer

Administrative Officer

Administrative Officer, Staff Grade A

Administrative Officer, Staff Grade B

Administrative Officer, Staff Grade B1

Administrative Officer, Staff Grade C

Aeronautical Communications Officer

agreement officer

agreement officer on annual leave terms

Agricultural Officer

Air Crewman Officer

Air Traffic Control Officer

Air Traffic Flight Services Officer

Ambulance Officer

Amenities Officer

Amenities Officers Association

appraising officer

approving officer

Assistant Officer

Association of Assistant Social Work Officers (S.W.D.)

Association of Companies Registration Officers

Association of Customs & Excise Service Officers

Association of Female Senior Government Officers, The

Association of Government Information Officers

Association of Government Land & Engineering Surveying Officers

Association of Government Printing Officers

Association of Government Survey Officers (Estate)

Association of Government Technical and Survey Officers

Association of Insolvency Officers

Association of Liaison Officers, Home Affairs Department

Association of Police Communications Officers

Association of Purchasing and Supplies Officers

Association of Scientific Officers (Medical)

Association of Technical Officers (Cultural Services)

Association of Trade Controls Officers (C & E Department)

authorizing officer

category A officer

category B officer

Census & Statistics Department Field Officers & Statistics Supervisors Amalgamated Association

Census and Survey Officer

Chief Electoral Officer [CEO]

Chief Staff Officer, Auxiliary Medical Service [CSO, AMS]

Chief Staff Officer, Civil Aid Service [CSO, CAS]

Chinese Language Officer

Chinese Language Officer (CAC)

Clerical Officer

Clerical Officer (CAC)

Commission Against Corruption Officer

Companies Registration Officer

confirmed officer

contract officer

controlling officer

countersigning officer

countersigning officers assessment

CSTDI Training Officer Grade Association

customer service officer

Customs Officer

daily-rated officer

deceased officer

Dental Officer

departmental appeals officer

departmental officer

departmental welfare officer

designated officer

directorate grade officer

disciplined services officer

Education Officer

Education Officer (Administration)

Entertainment Standards Control Officer

Environmental Protection Officer

Executive Officer

Executive Officer (CAC)

expatriate officer

expatriate officer allowance

Experimental Officer

Explosives Officer

ex-serving officer

Assistant Electoral Registration Officer 助理选举登记主任

Assistant Presiding Officer 助理投票站主任

Assistant Registration Officer 助理登记主任

Assistant Returning Officer 助理选举主任

Assistant Returning Officer (General) 助理选举主任(一般事务)

Chief Electoral Officer 总选举事务主任

Chief Returning Officer 总选举主任

Counting Officer 点票助理员

Deputy Presiding Officer 副投票站主任

designated officer 指定人员

District Officer 民政事务专员〔前称政务专员〕

Electoral Officer 选举事务主任

Electoral Registration Officer 选举登记主任

judicial officer 司法人员

Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission 司法人员推荐委员会

legal officer 律政人员

Polling Officer 投票助理员

prescribed public officer 订明的公职人员

Presiding Officer 投票站主任

public officer 公职人员

Registration Officer 登记主任

Returning Officer 选举主任

Revising Officer 审裁官

Security Officer 安全人员

科员 Clerk/Officer

chief executive officer (CEO) 首席执行官

chief financial officer (CFO) 主要财务负责人

chief operating officer (COO) 主要执行人员

an officer in the Royal Navy

In a way, these officers were prisoners themselves.
在某种程度上讲, 这些狱吏本身也是囚犯。

The officer was quite worried about the deficiency in the supply of water.

The officer commanded his men to shoot.

The police officer saw a parallel between the two murder cases.

a junior officer 低级军官

The police are trying to recruit more black and Asian officers.

While a selection of necessary details is involved in both, the officer must remain neutral and clearly try to present a picture of the facts, while the artist usually begins with a preconceived message or attitude which is then transmitted through the use of carefully selected details of action described in words intended to provoke associations and emotional reactions in the reader.

The defense lawyer relied on long-standing principles governing the conduct of prosecuting attorneys: as quasi-judicial officers of the court they are under a duty not to prejudice a party’s case through overzealous prosecution or to detract from the impartiality of courtroom atmosphere.

The investigation was carried out under the direction of a senior police officer.

His father is a customs officer.

The immigration officer stamped my passport.

My father had always said that there are four things a child needs plenty of love, nourishing food, fegular sleep , and lots of soap and water---and after those, what he needs most is some intelligent neglect.
Ivy Baker Priest, American officer of government

Pubic officers are the servats and agents of the people, to execute the laws which the people have made.
Crover Cleveland, American president

I have long since abandoned the notion that higher education is essential to either success or happiness. Hot houses of learning do not always grow anything edible.
Robert Moses, American state govenment officer 

Officer, give me a break.警官,请恕我打扰一下。I've got four kids at home and no wife.我有四个由我父兼母职的孩子。(又当爹,又当妈,好辛苦。)

"I read in the paper about this customs officer they arrested at the airport. They caught him working hand in glove with a gang of smugglers to bring diamonds into the country without paying duty."

- stand up to someone 与某人大胆对抗
The soldier stood up to the officer and was place in confinement.

参谋 [cān móu] /staff officer/give advice/

参赞 [cān zàn] /diplomatic officer/attache/

干部 [gàn bù] /a cadre (i.e. manager, staff, officer, etc.)/

官兵 [guān bīng] /officers and men/

将领 [jiàng lǐng] /high-ranking military officer/

军官 [jūn guān] /(military) officer/

司令 [sī lìng] /commanding officer/

巡警 [xún jǐng] /police officer/

Certainly their descriptions of battles are confused.
But it is a little upsetting to read in the explanatory notes that a certain line describes a fight between a Turkish and a Bulgarian officer on a bridge off which they both fall into the river — and then to find that the line consists of the noise of their falling and the weights of the officers: "Pluff! Pluff! A hundred and eighty-five kilograms."

{adj: Maltese} of or relating to the island or republic of Malta or its inhabitants
"Maltese customs officers"

{adj: Prussian} of or relating to or characteristic of Prussia or its inhabitants
"Prussian officers"
"Prussian aristocracy"

{adj: battleful, bellicose, combative} having or showing a ready disposition to fight
"bellicose young officers"
"a combative impulse"
"a contentious nature"

{adj: commissioned} (of military officers) holding by virtue of a commission a rank of second lieutenant or ensign or above
<-> noncommissioned

{adj: corruptible, bribable, dishonest, purchasable, venal} capable of being corrupted
"corruptible judges"
"dishonest politicians"
"a purchasable senator"
"a venal police officer"

{adj: dirty, sordid} unethical or dishonest
"dirty police officers"
"a sordid political campaign"

{adj: equivocal, ambiguous} open to two or more interpretations; or of uncertain nature or significance; or (often) intended to mislead
"an equivocal statement"
"the polling had a complex and equivocal (or ambiguous) message for potential female candidates"
"the officer's equivocal behavior increased the victim's uneasiness"
"popularity is an equivocal crown"
"an equivocal response to an embarrassing question"
<-> unequivocal

{adj: fiddling, footling, lilliputian, little, niggling, piddling, piffling, petty, picayune, trivial} (informal) small and of little importance
"a fiddling sum of money"
"a footling gesture"
"our worries are lilliputian compared with those of countries that are at war"
"a little (or small) matter"
"a dispute over niggling details"
"limited to petty enterprises"
"piffling efforts"
"giving a police officer a free meal may be against the law, but it seems to be a picayune infraction"

{adj: future, next, succeeding} (of elected officers) elected but not yet serving
"our next president"

{adj: honorable, honourable} used as a title of respect
"my honorable colleague"
"our worthy commanding officer"

{adj: noncommissioned} (of military officers) appointed from enlisted personnel
<-> commissioned

{adj: ranking, superior, higher-ranking} having a higher rank
"superior officer"

{adj: representative} being or characteristic of government by representation in which citizens exercise power through elected officers and representatives
"representative government as defined by Abraham Lincoln is government of the people, by the people, for the people"

{adj: republican} having the supreme power lying in the body of citizens entitled to vote for officers and representatives responsible to them or characteristic of such government
"the United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government"- United States Constitution
"a very republican notion"
"so little republican and so much aristocratic sentiment"- Philip Marsh
"our republican and artistic simplicity"-Nathaniel Hawthorne

{adj: seasoned, veteran} rendered competent through trial and experience
"troops seasoned in combat"
"a seasoned traveler"
"veteran steadiness"
"a veteran officer"

{adj: senior} older; higher in rank; longer in length of tenure or service
"senior officer"
<-> junior

{adj: superior} of or characteristic of high rank or importance
"a superior officer"
<-> inferior

{adj: tenured} appointed for life and not subject to dismissal except for a grave crime
"an irremovable officer"
"a tenured professor"

{adj: waggish} witty or joking
"Muskrat Castle as the house has been facetiously named by some waggish officer"- James Fenimore Cooper

{adj: well-qualified} more than adequately qualified
"a well-qualified officer"

{adv: insensitively} in an insensitive manner
"the police officer questioned the woman rather insensitively about the attack"
<-> sensitively

{n: Attorney General, Attorney General of the United States} the position of the head of the Justice Department and the chief law enforcement officer of the United States
"the post of Attorney General was created in 1789"

{n: Byrd, Richard E. Byrd, Richard Evelyn Byrd, Admiral Byrd} explorer and United States naval officer; led expeditions to explore Antarctica (1888-1957)

{n: Decatur, Stephen Decatur} United States naval officer remembered for his heroic deeds (1779-1820)

{n: Dewey, George Dewey, Admiral Dewey} a United States naval officer remembered for his victory at Manila Bay in the Spanish-American War

{n: Doolittle, Jimmy Doolittle, James Harold Doolittle} United States Air Force officer who electrified the world in 1942 by leading a squadron of 16 bombers on a daylight raid over Tokyo (1896-1993)

{n: Dreyfus, Alfred Dreyfus} French army officer of Jewish descent whose false imprisonment for treason in 1894 raised issues of anti-Semitism that dominated French politics until his release in 1906 (1859-1935)

{n: Earl Marshal} an officer of the English peerage who organizes royal processions and other ceremonies

{n: Federal, Fed, federal official} any federal law-enforcement officer

{n: Goethals, George Washington Goethals} United States army officer and engineer who supervised the construction of the Panama Canal (1858-1928)

{n: Hull, Isaac Hull} United States naval officer who commanded the `Constitution' during the War of 1812 and won a series of brilliant victories against the British (1773-1843)

{n: Lord Chancellor, Lord High Chancellor} the highest officer of the Crown who is head of the judiciary and who presides in the House of Lords

{n: Mahan, Alfred Thayer Mahan} United States naval officer and historian (1840-1914)

{n: Peary, Robert Peary, Robert E. Peary, Robert Edwin Peary} United States arctic explorer and United States naval officer who has been regarded as the first man to reach the North Pole (1856-1920)

{n: Reserve Officers Training Corps, ROTC} a training program to prepare college students to be commissioned officers

{n: Speaker} the presiding officer of a deliberative assembly
"the leader of the majority party is the Speaker of the House of Representatives"

{n: Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic, SACLANT} commanding officer of ACLANT; a general of the United States Army nominated by the President of the United States and approved by the North Atlantic Council

{n: Supreme Allied Commander Europe, SACEUR} commanding officer of ACE; NATO's senior military commander in Europe

{n: Surgeon General} the senior medical officer in an army or navy

{n: Tojo, Tojo Hideki, Tojo Eiki} Japanese army officer who initiated the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and who assumed dictatorial control of Japan during World War II; he was subsequently tried and executed as a war criminal (1884-1948)

{n: United States Air Force Academy, US Air Force Academy} a school for training men and women to become officers in the United States Air Force

{n: United States Military Academy, US Military Academy} a school for training men and women to become officers in the United States Army

{n: United States Naval Academy, US Naval Academy} a school for training men and women to become officers in the United States Navy

{n: action officer} the case officer designated to perform an act during a clandestine operation (especially in a hostile area)

{n: adjutant general} a general's adjutant; chief administrative officer

{n: adjutant, aide, aide-de-camp} an officer who acts as military assistant to a more senior officer

{n: air attache} a military attache who is a commissioned or warrant officer in an air force

{n: air force academy} an academy for training air force officers

{n: air force officer, commander} an officer in the airforce

{n: aircraftsman, aircraftman} a noncommissioned officer in the British Royal Air Force

{n: army attache} a military attache who is a commissioned or warrant officer in an army

{n: army brat} the child of a career officer of the United States Army

{n: army officer} an officer in the armed forces
"he's a retired army officer"

{n: attorney general} the chief law officer of a country or state

{n: bailiff} an officer of the court who is employed to execute writs and processes and make arrests etc.

{n: batman} an orderly assigned to serve a British military officer

{n: blue wall of silence, blue wall, wall of silence} the secrecy of police officers who lie or look the other way to protect other police officers
"the blue wall cracked when some officers refused to take part in the cover-up"

{n: board of regents} a committee of university officers who have general supervision over the welfare and conduct of students

{n: boatswain, bos'n, bo's'n, bosun, bo'sun} a petty officer on a merchant ship who controls the work of other seamen

{n: bombardier} a noncommissioned officer in the British artillery

{n: border patrol} a group of officers who patrol the borders of a country

{n: brass hat} a high-ranking military officer

{n: brevet} a document entitling a commissioned officer to hold a higher rank temporarily (but without higher pay)

{n: bridge agent} an operative who acts as a courier or go-between from a case officer to a secret agent in a hostile area

{n: brigadier, brigadier general} a general officer ranking below a major general

{n: captain, skipper} the naval officer in command of a military ship

{n: captain} an officer holding a rank below a major but above a lieutenant

{n: case officer} an operative who also serves as an official staffer of an intelligence service

{n: cashier's check, treasurer's check, cashier's cheque, treasurer's cheque} a check issued by the officer of a bank on the banks own account (not that of a private person)
"cashier's checks are as good as cash"

{n: casting vote} the deciding vote cast by the presiding officer to resolve a tie

{n: caveat} (law) a formal notice filed with a court or officer to suspend a proceeding until filer is given a hearing
"a caveat filed against the probate of a will"

{n: chamberlain} an officer who manages the household of a king or nobleman

{n: chief executive officer, CEO, chief operating officer} the corporate executive responsible for the operations of the firm; reports to a board of directors; may appoint other managers (including a president)

{n: chief financial officer, CFO} the corporate executive having financial authority to make appropriations and authorize expenditures for a firm

{n: chief of staff} the senior officer of a service of the armed forces

{n: chief petty officer} a person with the senior noncommissioned naval rank

{n: church officer} a church official

{n: churchwarden} an officer in the Episcopal church who helps a parish priest with secular matters

{n: colonel} a commissioned military officer in the United States Army or Air Force or Marines who ranks above a lieutenant colonel and below a brigadier general

{n: color of law, colour of law} a mere semblance of legal right; something done with the apparent authority of law but actually in contravention of law
"the plaintiff claimed that under color of law the officer had deprived him of his civil rights"

{n: commander in chief, generalissimo} the officer who holds the supreme command
"in the U.S. the president is the commander in chief"

{n: commander} a commissioned naval officer who ranks above a lieutenant commander and below a captain

{n: commanding officer, commandant, commander} an officer in command of a military unit

{n: command} a military unit or region under the control of a single officer

{n: commission, military commission} an official document issued by a government and conferring on the recipient the rank of an officer in the armed forces

{n: commissioned military officer} a commissioned officer in the army or air force or marine corp

{n: commissioned naval officer} a commissioned officer in the navy

{n: commissioned officer} a military officer holding a commission

{n: commodore} a commissioned naval officer who ranks above a captain and below a rear admiral; the lowest grade of admiral

{n: constable, police constable} a police officer of the lowest rank

{n: corporal} a noncommissioned officer in the army or airforce or marines

{n: cupbearer} the attendant (usually an officer of a nobleman's household) whose duty is to fill and serve cups of wine

{n: dash, elan, flair, panache, style} distinctive and stylish elegance
"he wooed her with the confident dash of a cavalry officer"

{n: dead drop} a drop used for the clandestine exchange of intelligence information
"a dead drop avoids the need for an intelligence officer and a spy to be present at the same time"

{n: desk officer} a military officer who is not assigned to active duty

{n: detective, investigator, tec, police detective} a police officer who investigates crimes

{n: drill master, drill instructor} a noncommissioned officer who instructs recruits in military marching and discipline

{n: elder} any of various church officers

{n: enlisted person} a serviceman who ranks below a commissioned officer

{n: executive officer} the officer second in command

{n: field marshal} an officer holding the highest rank in the army

{n: field-grade officer, field officer, FO} an officer holding the rank of major or lieutenant colonel or colonel

{n: first lieutenant} a commissioned officer in the army or air force or marines ranking above a 2nd lieutenant and below a captain

{n: flag officer} a senior naval officer above the rank of captain

{n: flag rank} the rank of a flag officer

{n: flight surgeon} a medical officer specializing in aviation medicine

{n: fugitive, fugitive from justice} someone who is sought by law officers; someone trying to elude justice

{n: gatekeeper} someone who controls access to something
"there are too many gatekeepers between the field officers and the chief"

{n: gavel} a small mallet used by a presiding officer or a judge

{n: general officer} officers in the army or air force or marines above the rank of colonel

{n: general staff} military officers assigned to assist a senior officer in planning military policy

{n: general, full general} a general officer of the highest rank

{n: group captain} a commissioned officer (especially one in the Royal Air Force) equivalent in rank to a colonel in the army

{n: gun room} military quarters of midshipmen and junior officers on a British warship

{n: gunnery sergeant} a noncommissioned officer ranking above a staff sergeant in the marines

{n: harbor patrol} patrol of officers who police a harbor area

{n: headmaster, schoolmaster, master} presiding officer of a school

{n: hearing examiner, hearing officer} an official appointed by a government agency to conduct an investigation or administrative hearing so that the agency can exercise its statutory powers

{n: high command, supreme headquarters} the highest leaders in an organization (e.g. the commander-in-chief and senior officers of the military)

{n: impoundment, impounding, internment, poundage} placing private property in the custody of an officer of the law

{n: informing, ratting} to furnish incriminating evidence to an officer of the law (usually in return for favors)

{n: insider trading} buying or selling corporate stock by a corporate officer or other insider on the basis of information that has not been made public and is supposed to remain confidential

{n: insider} an officer of a corporation or others who have access to private information about the corporation's operations

{n: inspector general} a military officer responsible for investigations

{n: inspector} a high ranking police officer

{n: judge advocate} a staff officer serving as legal adviser to a military commander

{n: judge advocate} an officer assigned to the judge advocate general

{n: justiciar, justiciary} formerly a high judicial officer

{n: lawman, law officer, peace officer} an officer of the law

{n: letters testamentary} a legal document from a probate court or court officer informing you of your appointment as executor of a will and empowering you to discharge those responsibilities

{n: lieutenant colonel, light colonel} a commissioned officer in the United States Army or Air Force or Marines holding a rank above major and below colonel

{n: lieutenant commander} a commissioned officer in the navy ranking above a lieutenant and below a commander

{n: lieutenant general} a general officer ranking above a major general and below a full general

{n: lieutenant junior grade, lieutenant JG} an officer holding a commissioned rank in the United States Navy or United States Coast Guard; below lieutenant and above ensign

{n: lieutenant, police lieutenant} an officer in a police force

{n: lieutenant} a commissioned military officer

{n: lieutenant} an officer holding a commissioned rank in the United States Navy or the United States Coast Guard; below lieutenant commander and above lieutenant junior grade

{n: line officer} a commissioned officer with combat units (not a staff officer or a supply officer)

{n: major-general} a general officer ranking above a brigadier general and below a lieutenant general

{n: major} a commissioned military officer in the United States Army or Air Force or Marines; below lieutenant colonel and above captain

{n: marching orders} an order from a superior officer for troops to depart

{n: marine engineer, naval engineer} a naval officer responsible for the operation and maintenance of the ship's engines

{n: marshal, marshall} (in some countries) a military officer of highest rank

{n: marshal, marshall} a law officer having duties similar to those of a sheriff in carrying out the judgments of a court of law

{n: master sergeant} a senior noncommissioned officer in the army or air force or marines

{n: master, captain, sea captain, skipper} an officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship

{n: master-at-arms} the senior petty officer; responsible for discipline aboard ship

{n: mate, first mate} the officer below the master on a commercial ship

{n: medical officer, medic} a medical practitioner in the armed forces

{n: mess jacket, monkey jacket, shell jacket} waist-length jacket tapering to a point at the back; worn by officers in the mess for formal dinners

{n: midshipman} a temporary rank held by young naval officers in training

{n: military academy} an academy for training military officers

{n: military adviser, military advisor} a military officer who serves as an adviser to the troops of an allied nation

{n: military court} a judicial court of commissioned officers for the discipline and punishment of military personnel

{n: military junta, junta} a group of military officers who rule a country after seizing power

{n: military officer, officer} any person in the armed services who holds a position of authority or command
"an officer is responsible for the lives of his men"

{n: military post, post} military installation at which a body of troops is stationed
"this military post provides an important source of income for the town nearby"
"there is an officer's club on the post"

{n: moderator} in the Presbyterian church, the officer who presides over a synod or general assembly

{n: muster roll} a list of names of officers and men in a military unit or ship's company

{n: mutiny} open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by seamen or soldiers against their officers)

{n: naval academy} an academy for training naval officers

{n: naval attache} a military attache who is a commissioned or warrant officer in a navy

{n: naval commander} naval officer in command of a fleet of warships

{n: naval officer} an officer in the navy

{n: noncommissioned officer, noncom} a military officer appointed from enlisted personnel

{n: obstruction of justice} impeding those who seek justice in a court (as by trying to influence or intimidate any juror or witness or officer of the court); can result in a finding of contempt of court

{n: officeholder, officer} someone who is appointed or elected to an office and who holds a position of trust
"he is an officer of the court"
"the club elected its officers for the coming year"

{n: officer's mess} a mess for the exclusive use of officers

{n: officer, ship's officer} a person authorized to serve in a position of authority on a vessel
"he is the officer in charge of the ship's engines"

{n: open order} a military formation leaving enough space between ranks to allow an inspecting officer to pass

{n: orderly} a soldier who serves as an attendant to a superior officer
"the orderly laid out the general's uniform"

{n: order} (often plural) a command given by a superior (e.g., a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed
"the British ships dropped anchor and waited for orders from London"

{n: peacekeeper} the pistol of a law officer in the old West

{n: petty officer, PO, P.O.} a noncommissioned officer in the navy with a rank comparable to sergeant in the army

{n: police academy} an academy for training police officers

{n: police, police force, constabulary, law} the force of policemen and officers
"the law came looking for him"

{n: policeman, police officer, officer} a member of a police force
"it was an accident, officer"

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