来自拉丁语 tribunus,部落首领，后用于指治安官，地方法官或其它官员称呼，在古罗马时期 特指保护普通民众利益的保民官，来自 tribus,部落，词源同 tribe.
- tribune (n.)
- late 14c., title of an official in ancient Rome, from Latin tribunus "magistrate" (specifically one of the officers appointed to protect the rights and interests of the plebeians from the patricians), originally "head of a tribe" (in the Roman sense), from tribus (see tribe). Also "raised platform" (1762), from Italian tribuna, from Medieval Latin tribuna, from Latin tribunal in its classical sense "platform for the seats of magistrates in ancient Rome."
- 1. Clarence Page is a columnist for the Chicago Tribune.
- 2. Allan gave an interview to the Chicago Tribune newspaper last month.
- 3. For a time Octavian was consul, then proconsul and eventually a tribune.
- 屋大维曾做了一段时间的执政官, 然后是总督,最后是保民官.
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- 4. He became a reporter for the Herald Tribune.
- 5. The American newspaper New Tribune, founded by Horace Greeley , was first published.
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