ship's officer

NOUN
  1. a person authorized to serve in a position of authority on a vessel
    he is the officer in charge of the ship's engines
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How To Use ship's officer In A Sentence

  • Elected by a meeting of the ship's officers, it helps to foster comradely relations among servicemen.
  • The family made an official complaint to a ship's officer, which was recorded in the log.
  • I intend that the Hunting Stewart tartan trews worn by the Royal Scots will become standard mess dress for all the ship's officers.
  • The family made an official complaint to a ship's officer, which was recorded in the log.
  • Ship's officers, who were permitted to speculate in Chinese goods, brought back all of the staples of the China trade plus personal souvenirs such as lacquerwares.
  • One of the ship's officers triangulated the height of the wave using the ship's mast and the horizon to determine that it was 112 feet high.
  • Remnants of a shawm - a form of oboe - dice, draughts and backgammon show that the warship's officers were not short of entertainment after they had feasted on beef, venison, pork and fish.
  • She had lunch with some of the ship's officers before going on to meet members of her air squadrons.
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