Word: officer

Category: officer

Law & Government, Jobs & Education, Business & Industrial

Related words: officer

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Synonyms: officer

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: officer

spanish
oficial, policía, funcionario, guardia, empleado


german
offizier, beamter, polizist

french
employé, officier, magistrat, policier, fonctionnaire

italian
funzionario, poliziotto

portuguese
empregado, polícia, funcionário, policial, escritório, ...

dutch
politieagent, officier

russian
офицер, чиновник, констебль, служащий, таможенник, ...

norwegian
embetsmann, politimann, politikonstabel

swedish
tjänsteman, polis, officer

finnish
upseeri, virkailija

danish
politibetjent, officer

czech
důstojník, policista, hodnostář, úředník

polish
przedstawiciel, oficer, funkcjonariusz, urzędnik, dysponent, ...

hungarian
tiszt, katonatiszt

greek
στέλεχος, αξιωματικός

ukrainian
офіцер, чиновник, службовець

albanian
oficer

bulgarian
чиновник

estonian
ohvitser

croatian
upravljati, časnik, činovnik

icelandic
herforingi

lithuanian
policininkas

latvian
policists

romanian
poliţist

slovenian
policista, referent

slovak
referent

Popularity stats: officer

Most searched by regions

District of Columbia, Virginia, Hawaii, Maryland, North Carolina

Most searched by cities

Norfolk, Arlington, Washington, San Diego, New York

The meaning and "use of": officer

noun
  • a person holding a position of command or authority in the armed services, in the merchant marine, or on a passenger ship.
  • a holder of a public, civil, or ecclesiastical office.
  • a member of a certain grade in some honorary orders.

verb
  • provide with military officers.

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