[ US /ˈɔfəsɝ, ˈɔfɪsɝ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɒfɪsɐ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɒfɪsɐ/ ]
a person authorized to serve in a position of authority on a vessel
he is the officer in charge of the ship's engines
someone who is appointed or elected to an office and who holds a position of trust
he is an officer of the court
the club elected its officers for the coming year
a member of a police force
it was an accident, officer
any person in the armed services who holds a position of authority or command
an officer is responsible for the lives of his men
- direct or command as an officer
How To Use officer In A Sentence
- Nursing commissioned officer ( NNCO ) is a special necessary colony. Educate to NNCO is a new thing.
- Moreover, Mr Webb's point about what he calls disinterested management -- that is to say, the management of banks by officers whose remuneration bears no relation to the profit made on each piece of business transacted -- is one of the matters in which English banking seems likely at least to be modified. War-Time Financial Problems
- A police officer ordered me to get out of the car.
- Officers ushered her into a side room with him. The Sun
- Minister for Defence Robert Hill talks with an Australian Army captain and warrant officer at a Middle East base.
- Probation officers were supposed to have been keeping a close watch on him. The Sun
- Relations with the regulatory agencies are coordinated by the Chief Financial Officer.
- Commander Laurel D' ken smiled wryly as the blue haired officer said to Allison, ‘We'll need to nursemaid them a bit but I think they'd be able to manage well enough.’
- Officers used a digger to carve out a trench 10ft deep and 40ft long to get to the van. The Sun
- Traffic officers claim the new gun can't be picked up by speeding motorists who use radar detectors to avoid being caught.