- n. 监察专员（专门负责调查人民对政府各部门控告案件的官员）；视察官
- ombudsman:  The word ombudsman, denoting an ‘investigator of public complaints’, was introduced into English from Swedish, and was first used as a quasi-official term in the 1960s: New Zealand was the first Englishspeaking country to introduce such a post, in 1962, and Britain followed four years later. The Swedish word is a descendant of Old Norse umbothsmathr, literally ‘administration-man’; and umboth was originally a compound of um ‘about’ and both ‘command’ (a relative of English bid).
- ombudsman (n.)
- 1959, from Swedish ombudsman, literally "commission man" (specifically in reference to the office of justitieombudsmannen, which hears and investigates complaints by individuals against abuses of the state); cognate with Old Norse umboðsmaðr, from umboð "commission" (from um- "around," see ambi-, + boð "command," see bid (v.)) + maðr "man" (see man (n.)).
- 1. If the bank is unhelpful take it up with the Ombudsman.
- 2. The leaflet explains how to complain to the banking ombudsman.
- 3. The Ombudsman is not subject to political pressure.
- 4. If a citizen's complaint is justified, the Ombudsman will act on his behalf.
- 如果公民的意见正确, 司法特派员便为他伸张正义.
- 5. There is nothing secretive about the Ombudsman's work, for his correspondence is open to public inspection.
- 特派员的工作没有什么秘密可言, 因为他的来往书信可供公众审查.
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