- [C]军官 person appointed to command others in the army, navy, air force, etc.
- [C](政府,会社等的)高级官员〔职员〕 person with a position of authority of trust, e.g. in the government or a society, etc.
any person in the armed services who holds a position of authority or command;
"an officer is responsible for the lives of his men"
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"
a member of a police force;
"it was an accident, 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"
direct or command as an officer
- That officer must be removed.
- He doubts if the officer is anybody.
- The immigration officer stamped my passport.
- His father was a senior officer at the bank.
- He wore all the trappings of high officer.
- At the sight of the police officer they run off.
- The bullet hit the police officer in the shoulder.
- Such an act of cowardice by an officer shames his whole regiment.
- He's not an officer, but a common soldier.
- Both commissioned and non-commissioned officers attended.
- He dreamed of being an officer.
- “Yes, officer,I saw the man approach the girl.”
- A meeting will be held in the assembly hall by an officer of State.
- It was said that was stated by a press officer.
- Her husband was a customs officer.
- chief officer 大副
- civil and military officers 文武官员
- commanding officer 指挥官
- high officer 高级官员
- high-ranking officer 高级官员
- second officer 二副
- top officer 高级军官
- Air Force officer 空军军官
- army officer 陆军军官
- duty officer 执勤官
- navy officer 海军军官
- police officer 警官
- press officer 新闻发布官
- staff officer 参谋
I give you my word of honour as an officer and a gentleman.出自： E. O
- public servant
- soldier 士兵