- 公务的 ，公务上的
- [C]官员 person who holds a public office (e.g. in national or government)
- 公务的,公职的,职权的 of or concerning a position of authority or trust
- 官方的,正式的,官方认可的 said, done, etc. with authority; recognized by authority
a worker who holds or is invested with an office
someone who administers the rules of a game or sport;
"the golfer asked for an official who could give him a ruling"
having official authority or sanction;
"an official representative"
of or relating to an office;
"the election returns are now official"
conforming to set usage, procedure, or discipline;
"in prescribed order"
(of a church) given official status as a national or state institution
- The group have split off from the official union.
- I happen to have the official statistics with me.
- They expressed their dissent from official policy.
- He settled down again to the official mail.
- He is a pompous official.
- The mayor is a considerable official.
- An official of the local government called to see him.
- able official 有能力的官员
- efficient official 有能力的官员
- executive official 行政官员
- high official 高级官员
- high-ranking official 高级官员
- important official 重要的官员
- local official 地方官员
- public official 公务员
- responsible official 负责官员
- top-ranking official 高级官员
- upright official 正直的官员
Officials..sat at a table examining tickets.出自： E. Mannin
Some district matches are being played without an official in charge.出自：Times
She had spoken with him..in his official capacity as inspector.出自： D. H. Lawrence