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officer US English

A person holding a position of command or authority in the armed services, in the merchant marine, or on a passenger ship

air officer US English

Any rank of officer in the RAF above that of group captain

Law Officer US English

(In England and Wales) the Attorney General or the Solicitor General, or (in Scotland) the Lord Advocate or the Solicitor General for Scotland

field officer US English

another term for field-grade officer.

duty officer US English

An officer, especially in the police or armed forces, who is on duty at a particular time

deck officer US English

An officer in charge of the above-deck workings and maneuvers at sea of a ship or boat

flag officer US English

An admiral, vice admiral, or rear admiral

first officer US English

The first mate on a merchant ship

house officer US English

A medical intern

press officer US English

another term for press agent.

pilot officer US English

The lowest rank of officer in the RAF, above warrant officer and below flying officer

staff officer US English

An officer serving on the staff of a military headquarters or government department

petty officer US English

A noncommissioned officer in a navy, in particular an NCO in the US Navy or Coast Guard ranking above seaman and below chief petty officer

peace officer US English

A civil officer appointed to preserve law and order, such as a sheriff or police officer

company officer US English

An army officer serving within an infantry company

general officer US English

An officer ranking above colonel in the US Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps

flying officer US English

A rank of commissioned officer in the RAF, above pilot officer and below flight lieutenant

prison officer US English

A guard in a prison

police officer US English

A policeman or policewoman

second officer US English

another term for second mate.

warrant officer US English

An officer in the US armed forces ranking below the commissioned officers and above the noncommissioned officers

medical officer US English

A doctor serving in the armed forces, in a prison, or in a public health service

orderly officer US English

The officer who is in charge of the security and administration of a unit or establishment for a day at a time

nursing officer US English

A senior nurse with administrative responsibility

liaison officer US English

A person who is employed to form a working relationship between two organizations to their mutual benefit

compliance officer US English

A person who is employed to ensure that a company does not contravene any statutes or regulations which apply to its activities

executive officer US English

An officer with executive power

probation officer US English

A person appointed to supervise offenders who are on probation

presiding officer US English

An official in charge of a polling station at an election

returning officer US English

(In the UK, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia) the official in each constituency or electorate who conducts an election and announces the result

relieving officer US English

An official appointed to administer relief to the poor

officer of arms US English

A heraldic official; a herald or pursuivant

acting pilot officer US English

A rank in the RAF above warrant officer and below pilot officer

chief petty officer US English

A senior noncommissioned officer in a navy, in particular an NCO in the US Navy or Coast Guard ranking above petty officer and below senior chief petty officer

chief warrant officer US English

A member of the US armed forces ranking above warrant officer and below the lowest-ranking commissioned officer

field-grade officer US English

A major, lieutenant colonel, or colonel

senior nursing officer US English

The person in charge of nursing services in a hospital

senior chief petty officer US English

A noncommissioned officer in the US Navy or Coast Guard ranking above chief petty officer and below master chief petty officer

master chief petty officer US English

A noncommissioned officer in the US Navy or Coast Guard ranking above senior chief petty officer and below warrant officer

Bow Street Runner US English

The popular name for a London policeman during the first half of the 19th century

Law Officer of the Crown in Law Officer US English

(In England and Wales) the Attorney General or the Solicitor General, or (in Scotland) the Lord Advocate or the Solicitor General for Scotland

officer US Thesaurus

an officer in the army

officer English-Spanish

oficial mf

first officer English-Spanish

→ first mate

flag officer English-Spanish

alto oficial de la marina

rent officer English-Spanish

funcionario encargado de controlar los alquileres


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