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bailiff

noun [C] (BRITISH OFFICIAL) 英國官員     /ˈbeɪ.lɪf/
(in Britain) an official who takes away someone's possessions when they owe money (英國查封財產的)查封官,執行官 They didn't pay their rent, so the landlord called/sent in the bailiffs. 他們欠著房租沒付,所以房東叫來了執行官。 Lawyers and legal officials
(Definition of bailiff noun (BRITISH OFFICIAL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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