- vt. 主持（仪式）；行使（职务）；担任裁判
- vi. 执行职务；主持宗教仪式；当体育比赛裁判
- officiate (v.)
- 1630s, "to perform a duty," especially "to perform the duty of a priest," from Medieval Latin officiatum, from present participle of officiare "perform religious services," from Latin officium (see office). Related: Officiated; officiating.
- 1. Frik Burger will officiate when the Pumas play Scotland.
- 2. Mr Ellis was selected to officiate at a cup game between Grimsby and Rotherham.
- 3. The Reverend Mr Smith will officiate at the wedding , ie perform the marriage ceremony.
- 4. He will officiate as chairman until a new one is appointed.
- 5. Which priest would she like to officiate at her wedding?
[ officiate 造句 ]