- n. 军官，警官；公务员，政府官员；船长
- vt. 指挥
- n. (Officer)人名；(英)奥菲瑟
CET4 TEM4 考 研 CET6
- officer (n.)
- early 14c., "one who holds an office" (originally a high office), from Old French oficier "officer, official" (early 14c.), from Medieval Latin officarius "an officer," from Latin officium "a service, a duty" (see office). The military sense is first recorded 1560s. Applied to petty officials of justice from 16c.; U.S. use in reference to policemen is from 1880s.
- 1. He was returned to prison in 1977 for impersonating a police officer.
- 2. Secret Service officer Robin Thompson spoke on behalf of his colleagues.
- 3. The Night Duty Officer was ready to clock off.
- 4. He got permission from his commanding officer to join me.
- 5. One of the apprentices made an insulting remark to a passing officer.
[ officer 造句 ]