英 ['wɔːdn] 美 ['wɔːrdn]
- n. 看守人
- [C] 看守人，管理员 a person who looks after a place (and place)
- [C] 监察员，监察官 an official who helps to see that certain laws are obeyed
the chief official in charge of a prison
- They baksheeshed the game warden.
- He was taken to the warden's office.
- The most anxious man in a prison is the warden.
- The warden's authority diminished after the revolt.
- He is living a double life- a church warden by day and a thief by night.
- A river warden, on the water, has absolute power and knows all that goes on there.
- He is the warden of an old people's home.
- They were taken to the warden's office.
- wardenship n. 看守人的职务〔职权〕