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officer /'ɔfisə/
  • danh từ
    • sĩ quan
      • staff officer: sĩ quan tham mưu
      • officer of the day: sĩ quan trực nhật
    • nhân viên chính quyền, nhân viên, viên chức
    • cảnh sát
    • giám đốc; thư ký; thủ quỹ (một công ty, một hội)
    • ngoại động từ, (thường) động tính từ quá khứ
      • cung cấp sĩ quan chỉ huy
        • the regiment was well officered: trung đoàn được cung cấp đầy đủ sĩ quan chỉ huy
      • chỉ huy
    Concise Dictionary
    officers'ɔfɪsər ,'ɑ /'ɒf-
    noun
    +any person in the armed services who holds a position of authority or command
    +someone who is appointed or elected to an office and who holds a position of trust
    +a member of a police force
    +a person authorized to serve in a position of authority on a vessel
    verb
    +direct or command as an officer
    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 (public) official, dignitary, office-holder, public servant, office-bearer, (political) appointee, (government) agent, bureaucrat, functionary, commissioner, administrator, manager, director; apparatchik:
    He was stopped by customs officers who demanded to search his baggage. The bailiff is an officer of the court
    2 policeman, policewoman, police officer, officer of the law, constable, Old-fashioned catchpole, US lawman, peace officer, G-man, T-Man, Colloq gendarme, Slang cop, copper, fuzz, US dick, narc, Brit Old Bill, tec:
    The officer standing at the door was there to serve a writ.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + noun
    1 a person who is in a position of authority in the armed forces: army / airforce / naval officers + a commissioned / non-commissioned officer + The matter was passed on to me, as your commanding officer.
    See also - FLYING OFFICER, PETTY OFFICER, PILOT OFFICER, WARRANT OFFICER
    2 (often in compounds) a person who is in a position of authority in the government or a large organization: an environmental health officer + a customs / prison / welfare officer + officers of state (= ministers in the government)
    See also - CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, MEDICAL OFFICER, PRESS OFFICER, PROBATION OFFICER, RETURNING OFFICER
    3 (often used as a form of address) = POLICE OFFICER: the officer in charge of the case + the investigating officer + Yes, officer, I saw what happened.
    4 (AmE) a title for a police officer: Officer Dibble(also officer)
    + noun
    a member of the police
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 in the army, navy, etc.

    ADJ.

    air force, army, military, naval | commanding, high-ranking, ranking, senior, superior
    The decision rests with the ranking officer (= the most senior officer present).
    | junior, petty | commissioned, non-commissioned | recruiting | duty
    He telephoned the duty officer at regimental headquarters.
    | uniformed | retired

    VERB + OFFICER

    salute
    to salute a superior officer

    OFFICER + VERB

    command sth
    the officer commanding the infantry

    OFFICER + NOUN

    cadet, corps

    More information about RANK

    RANK:

    in the armed forces air force, army, navy ~
    an air force/army sergeant an army/navy captain

    air/field
    marshal a
    naval
    captain/commander/lieutenant/officer
    have/hold the rank of, serve as ~
    She joined the navy and held the rank of captain. He served as a lieutenant in the marine corps.

    be appointed, become, be made ~
    He was made a colonel at the age of 40. She ought to have been made sergeant by now.

    under ~
    383 men under General Miles attacked the camp.

    the rank of ~
    She was promoted to the rank of colonel.

    2 in the government or other organization

    ADJ.

    chief, principal, senior | full-time, part-time | presiding, responsible, supervising
    Report the incident to the responsible officer. the officer responsible for implementing the scheme
    | regional | administrative, customs, environmental health, financial, liaison, medical, press, trading standards, training, welfare

    VERB + OFFICER

    be, work as | be appointed (as), become | have
    The charity has a full-time press officer working with the national newspapers.

    3 policeman/policewoman

    ADJ.

    police | chief, senior, superior | junior | investigating | duty
    We spoke to the duty officer at the police station.
    | uniformed | plain-clothes | undercover

    OFFICER + VERB

    investigate sth
    officers investigating the murder
    | patrol sth | raid sth, swoop on sth
    (informal) Officers raided an address in south London, seizing bomb-making equipment.
    | seize sth | arrest sb



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