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official

adjective
 
 
/əˈfɪʃ.əl/
relating to a position of responsibility
官員的;公職的;公務的
He visited China in his official capacity as America's trade representative.
他以美方貿易代表的身份訪問了中國。
Number Ten Downing Street is the British prime minister's official residence.
唐寧街10號是英國首相的官邸。
→  Opposite unofficial Position and status in groups and organizations
agreed to or arranged by people in positions of authority
官方的;正式的
The official photos of the prime minister's tour of India are in the magazine.
首相印度之行的官方照片刊登在該雜誌上。
The queen will attend the official opening of the theatre in June.
女王將在6月份參加這家劇院的正式落成典禮。
There is to be an official inquiry into the incident.
官方將調查這一事件。
Position and status in groups and organizations
If a piece of information is official, it has been announced publicly with authority
公開的;公佈的;據官方的
Their engagement is now official.
他們訂婚一事現在已經公開了。
Inflation has fallen below 2%, and that's official.
通貨膨脹率已經降至2%以下,這是官方公佈的數據。
Announcing, informing and stating
Translations of “official”
in Korean 공식적인…
in Arabic رَسْمي…
in French officiel…
in Italian ufficiale…
in Russian официальный, служебный, должностной…
in Turkish resmî, herkesçe bilinen, malum…
in Polish oficjalny…
in Spanish oficial…
in Portuguese oficial…
in German Amts-…, Dienst-…, offiziell…
in Catalan oficial…
in Japanese 公式な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 官员的, 公职的, 公务的…
(Definition of official adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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