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  1. officer

    • IPA[ˈɒfɪsə]

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    • n.
      a person holding a position of authority, especially one with a commission, in the armed services, the mercantile marine, or on a passenger ship;a policeman or policewoman
    • v.
      provide with military officers;act as the commander of (a unit)
    • noun: officer, plural noun: officers

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a person holding a position of authority, especially one with a commission, in the armed services, the mercantile marine, or on a passenger ship:

      he is also a serving officer in the army

    • 2. a policeman or policewoman:

      Special Constables provide valuable support to full-time officers

      tougher sentences for attacks on police officers

    • 3. a bailiff.
    • 4. a holder of a public, civil, or ecclesiastical office:

      a probation officer

      the Chief Medical Officer

    • 5. a holder of a senior post in a society, company, or other organization:

      a chief executive officer

    • 6. a member of a certain grade in some honorary orders, such as the grade next below commander in the Order of the British Empire.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. provide with military officers:

      the aristocracy wielded considerable power, officering the army

    • 2. act as the commander of (a unit):

      foreign mercenaries were hired to officer new regiments

    • n. an officer with executive power:

    • a former executive officer with the civil service

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    • n. the first mate on a merchant ship.

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    • n. a person in an organization with a position of responsibility involving practical activities in a particular area or region.

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    • n. an officer with executive power:

    • a former executive officer with the civil service

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    • n. an admiral, vice admiral, or rear admiral.

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    • n. a person who is employed to provide information to the public:

    • she is the department's public information officer

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    • n. the first mate on a merchant ship.

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    • n. an officer in charge of the above-deck workings and maneuvers at sea of a ship or boat.

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    • IPA[ˈôfəsər]

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    • n.
      a person holding a position of command or authority in the armed services, in the merchant marine, or on a passenger ship:
    • he is also a serving officer in the army
    • v.
      provide with military officers:
    • the aristocracy continued to wield considerable political power, officering the army

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  2. 知識+

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