official

official
ə'fiʃəl 1. adjective
1) (of or concerning a position of authority: official powers; official uniform.) offisiell, embets-, tjeneste-
2) (done or confirmed by people in authority etc: the official result of the race.) offisiell
2. noun
(a person who holds a position of authority: a government official.) (stats)tjenestemann, embetsmann
offisiell
I
subst. \/əˈfɪʃ(ə)l\/
1) embetsmann, tjenestemann
2) (jus, også Official Principal) official
3) (sport) funksjonær, kontrollør, dommer (golf)
fourth official (fotball) fjerdedommer
II
adj. \/əˈfɪʃ(ə)l\/
1) offisiell
in official circles
i offisielle kretser
2) tjeneste-, embets-
he wanted an official career
han ville ha en embetsmannskarriere
he received an official letter
han mottok et tjenestebrev
3) formell, kanselli-
4) (legemidler) offisinell
he heard it was an official drug
han hørte at det var et offisinelt legemiddel
in an official capacity i embets medfør, på embets vegne
official duty plikt som tjenestemann, embetsplikt oppdrag
Susan is out on official duties
Susan er ute på oppdrag
official quotation (handel) forklaring: det å bli registrert på børsen
an official secret en statshemmelighet
official situation (offentlig) embete
she holds an official situation
hun innehar et embete
official style kansellistil
on official business i embets medfør, på embets vegne
she is here on official business
hun er her i embets medfør

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.

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