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officer

  

      n  
1    a person in the armed services who holds a position of responsibility, authority, and duty, esp. one who holds a commission  
2       See       police officer  
3    (on a non-naval ship) any person including the captain and mate, who holds a position of authority and responsibility  
radio officer, engineer officer     
4    a person appointed or elected to a position of responsibility or authority in a government, society, etc.  
5    a government official  
a customs officer     
6    (in the Order of the British Empire) a member of the grade below commander  
      vb   tr  
7    to furnish with officers  
8    to act as an officer over (some section, group, organization, etc.)  


Air Officer  
      n   a term used to denote the appointment of any officer in the Royal Air Force above the rank of Air Commodore to a position of command  
branch officer  
      n   (in the British navy since 1949) any officer who holds warrant  
Careers Officer  
      n   a person trained in giving vocational advice, esp. to school leavers  
Chief Education Officer  
      n     (Brit)   an official who is the chief administrative officer of a Local Education Authority,   (Also called)    Director of Education  
chief petty officer  
      n   the senior naval rank for personnel without commissioned or warrant rank,   (Abbrev.)    CPO  
commanding officer  
      n   an officer in command of a military unit  
commissioned officer  
      n   a military officer holding a commission, such as Second Lieutenant in the British Army, Acting Sub-Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, Pilot Officer in the Royal Air Force, and officers of all ranks senior to these  
compliance officer  
      n   a specialist, usually a lawyer, employed by a financial group operating in a variety of fields and for multiple clients to ensure that no conflict of interest arises and that all obligations and regulations are complied with  
deck officer  
      n   a ship's officer who is part of the deck crew  
duty officer  
      n   an officer (in the armed forces, police, etc.) on duty at a particular time  
Educational Welfare Officer  
      n   (in Britain) a local education authority worker whose job it is to find out whether difficulties outside school are contributing to a child's classroom problems or irregular attendance and who may intervene to help the child to benefit more from schooling,   (Former names)    school attendance officer, truancy officer  
engineer officer  
      n   a ship's officer who is qualified to be in charge of the vessel's propulsion and other machinery  
Environmental Health Officer  
      n   (in Britain) an employee of the Environmental Health Service,   (Former names)    public health inspector, sanitary inspector  
executive officer  
      n  
1    the second-in-command of any of certain military units  
2    a specialist seaman officer, responsible under the captain for the routine efficient running of the ship in the U.S., British (formerly), and certain other navies  
field officer  
      n   an officer holding field rank, namely that of major, lieutenant colonel, or colonel  
first officer  
      n  
1       another name for       first mate  
2    the member of an aircraft crew who is second in command to the captain  
flag officer  
      n   an officer in certain navies of the rank of rear admiral or above and entitled to fly its flag  
fleet chief petty officer  
      n   a noncommissioned officer in the Royal Navy comparable in rank to a warrant officer in the British Army or Royal Air Force  
flying officer  
      n   an officer holding commissioned rank senior to a pilot officer but junior to a flight lieutenant in the British and certain other air forces  
gazetted officer  
      n   (in India) a senior official whose appointment is published in the government gazette  
general officer  
      n   an officer holding a commission of brigadier's rank or above in the army, air force, or marine corps  
liaison officer  
      n  
1    a person who liaises between groups or units  
2      (N.Z.)   a university official who oversees the operation of the accrediting system in schools  
master warrant officer  
      n   a noncommissioned officer in the Canadian forces junior to a chief warrant officer  
noncommissioned officer  
      n   (in the armed forces) a person, such as a sergeant or corporal, who is appointed from the ranks as a subordinate officer  
nursing officer  
      n      (in Britain) the official name for       matron       4  
officer of arms  
      n     (Heraldry)   a pursuivant or herald  
officer of the day  
      n   a military officer whose duty is to take charge of the security of the unit or camp for a day,   (Also called)    orderly officer  
officer of the guard  
      n   a junior officer whose duty is to command a ceremonial guard,   (Abbrev.)    OG  
orderly officer  
      n      another name for       officer of the day  
petty officer  
      n   a noncommissioned officer in a naval service, comparable in rank to a sergeant in an army or marine corps  
pilot officer  
      n   the most junior commissioned rank in the British Royal Air Force and in certain other air forces  
police officer  
      n   a member of a police force, esp. a constable; policeman,   (Often (esp. as form of address) shortened to)    officer  
principal nursing officer  
      n   a grade of nurse concerned with administration in the British National Health Service  
probation officer  
      n   an officer of a court who supervises offenders placed on probation and assists and befriends them  
returning officer  
      n   (in Britain, Canada, Australia, etc.) an official in charge of conducting an election in a constituency or electoral district, who supervises the counting of votes and announces the results  
school attendance officer  
      n      a former name for       Educational Welfare Officer  
school welfare officer  
      n      a former name for       Educational Welfare Officer  
staff officer  
      n   a commissioned officer serving on the staff of a commander, service, or central headquarters  
warrant officer  
      n   an officer in certain armed services who holds a rank between those of commissioned and noncommissioned officers. In the British army, the rank has two classes: see regimental sergeant major, company sergeant major  
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police officer  
      n   a member of a police force, esp. a constable; policeman,   (Often (esp. as form of address) shortened to)    officer         


Air Officer  
      n   a term used to denote the appointment of any officer in the Royal Air Force above the rank of Air Commodore to a position of command  
branch officer  
      n   (in the British navy since 1949) any officer who holds warrant  
Careers Officer  
      n   a person trained in giving vocational advice, esp. to school leavers  
Chief Education Officer  
      n     (Brit)   an official who is the chief administrative officer of a Local Education Authority,   (Also called)    Director of Education  
chief petty officer  
      n   the senior naval rank for personnel without commissioned or warrant rank,   (Abbrev.)    CPO  
commanding officer  
      n   an officer in command of a military unit  
commissioned officer  
      n   a military officer holding a commission, such as Second Lieutenant in the British Army, Acting Sub-Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, Pilot Officer in the Royal Air Force, and officers of all ranks senior to these  
compliance officer  
      n   a specialist, usually a lawyer, employed by a financial group operating in a variety of fields and for multiple clients to ensure that no conflict of interest arises and that all obligations and regulations are complied with  
deck officer  
      n   a ship's officer who is part of the deck crew  
duty officer  
      n   an officer (in the armed forces, police, etc.) on duty at a particular time  
Educational Welfare Officer  
      n   (in Britain) a local education authority worker whose job it is to find out whether difficulties outside school are contributing to a child's classroom problems or irregular attendance and who may intervene to help the child to benefit more from schooling,   (Former names)    school attendance officer, truancy officer         
engineer officer  
      n   a ship's officer who is qualified to be in charge of the vessel's propulsion and other machinery  
Environmental Health Officer  
      n   (in Britain) an employee of the Environmental Health Service,   (Former names)    public health inspector, sanitary inspector  
executive officer  
      n  
1    the second-in-command of any of certain military units  
2    a specialist seaman officer, responsible under the captain for the routine efficient running of the ship in the U.S., British (formerly), and certain other navies  
field officer  
      n   an officer holding field rank, namely that of major, lieutenant colonel, or colonel  
first officer  
      n  
1       another name for       first mate  
2    the member of an aircraft crew who is second in command to the captain  
flag officer  
      n   an officer in certain navies of the rank of rear admiral or above and entitled to fly its flag  
fleet chief petty officer  
      n   a noncommissioned officer in the Royal Navy comparable in rank to a warrant officer in the British Army or Royal Air Force  
flying officer  
      n   an officer holding commissioned rank senior to a pilot officer but junior to a flight lieutenant in the British and certain other air forces  
gazetted officer  
      n   (in India) a senior official whose appointment is published in the government gazette  
general officer  
      n   an officer holding a commission of brigadier's rank or above in the army, air force, or marine corps  
liaison officer  
      n  
1    a person who liaises between groups or units  
2      (N.Z.)   a university official who oversees the operation of the accrediting system in schools  
master warrant officer  
      n   a noncommissioned officer in the Canadian forces junior to a chief warrant officer  
noncommissioned officer  
      n   (in the armed forces) a person, such as a sergeant or corporal, who is appointed from the ranks as a subordinate officer  
nursing officer  
      n      (in Britain) the official name for       matron       4  
officer         
      n  
1    a person in the armed services who holds a position of responsibility, authority, and duty, esp. one who holds a commission  
2       See       police officer  
3    (on a non-naval ship) any person including the captain and mate, who holds a position of authority and responsibility  
radio officer, engineer officer     
4    a person appointed or elected to a position of responsibility or authority in a government, society, etc.  
5    a government official  
a customs officer     
6    (in the Order of the British Empire) a member of the grade below commander  
      vb   tr  
7    to furnish with officers  
8    to act as an officer over (some section, group, organization, etc.)  
officer of arms  
      n     (Heraldry)   a pursuivant or herald  
officer of the day  
      n   a military officer whose duty is to take charge of the security of the unit or camp for a day,   (Also called)    orderly officer         
officer of the guard  
      n   a junior officer whose duty is to command a ceremonial guard,   (Abbrev.)    OG  
orderly officer  
      n      another name for        officer of the day         
petty officer  
      n   a noncommissioned officer in a naval service, comparable in rank to a sergeant in an army or marine corps  
pilot officer  
      n   the most junior commissioned rank in the British Royal Air Force and in certain other air forces  
principal nursing officer  
      n   a grade of nurse concerned with administration in the British National Health Service  
probation officer  
      n   an officer of a court who supervises offenders placed on probation and assists and befriends them  
returning officer  
      n   (in Britain, Canada, Australia, etc.) an official in charge of conducting an election in a constituency or electoral district, who supervises the counting of votes and announces the results  
school attendance officer  
      n      a former name for        Educational Welfare Officer         
school welfare officer  
      n      a former name for        Educational Welfare Officer         
staff officer  
      n   a commissioned officer serving on the staff of a commander, service, or central headquarters  
warrant officer  
      n   an officer in certain armed services who holds a rank between those of commissioned and noncommissioned officers. In the British army, the rank has two classes: see regimental sergeant major, company sergeant major  

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officer

  
  
agent, appointee, bureaucrat, dignitary, executive, functionary, office-holder, official, public servant, representative  

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officer of the Church of England
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