Traducción de officer en español:

officer

Pronunciación: /ˈɑːfəsər; ˈɒfɪsə(r)/

n

  • 1.1 [Mil] [Naut] oficial (mf) officers' mess comedor (m) or (CS) casino (m) de oficiales officers' quarters residencia (f) de oficiales
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Anderson later served as a warrant officer and commissioned officer in the Army Reserve.
    • The hardest workers among you may become chief petty officers, warrant officers and commissioned officers.
    • We have more women commissioned officers than the Active Army, even though we're about 60 percent smaller.
    1.2
    (police officer)
    policía (mf), agente (mf) de policía; (as form of address) agente excuse me, officer perdone, agente
    1.3 (official — in government service) funcionario, -ria (m,f); (— of union, party) dirigente (mf); (—of club) directivo, -va (m,f) customs officer agente (mf) or oficial (mf) de aduanas officer of the law agente (mf) de la ley law enforcement officer (AmE) agente (mf) de la ley officer of the court funcionario, -ria (m,f) de tribunales personnel officer jefe, -fa (m,f) de personal
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • During months of bombing, there were no public health officers to issue death certificates, which explains the lack of official statistics.
    • Where a court or a public officer wrongly refuses jurisdiction the exercise of the jurisdiction can be commanded by a writ of mandamus.
    • Government officers should see public property as their own and seek to protect it.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Directors, officers and other senior financial officers set the tone for ethical behavior within any organization.
    • Its August survey of banks' senior loan officers says business loans are increasingly available.
    • Francis becomes chief marketing officer and managing director at the Wayne, Pa., company.

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