Translation: from english

officially

  • 1 officially

    officially of∙fi∙cial∙ly adv. 1. publicly and by sb who is in a position of authority • 正式地;官方地;公开地:
    »The library will be officially opened by the local MP.
    图书馆将由当地下院议员正式揭幕。
    »We havenˈt yet been told officially about the closure.
    我们尚未接到关闭的正式通知。
    »The college is not an officially recognized English language school.
    那所学院不是官方认可的英语学校。
    2. according to a particular set of rules, laws, etc. • 依据法规等:
    »Many of those living on the streets are not officially homeless.
    根据法律定义,许多流浪街头的人并非无家可归者。
    »Iˈm not officially supposed to be here.
    按公事说,我是不该到这里来的。
    3. according to information that has been told to the public but that may not be true • 据传;据公布:
    »Officially, he resigned because of bad health.
    据官方说法,他是因健康状况不佳而辞职的。
    【OPP】 unofficially
    * * *
    [ә'fiʃәli; (US) 'ɔ:f-]
    adv. 職務上, 正式

    English-Chinese dictionary > officially

  • 2 officially

    ə'fiʃəli
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) oficialmente
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) oficialmente
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) oficialmente
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of

    officially adv oficialmente
    tr[ə'fɪʃəlɪ]
    1 oficialmente
    adv.
    oficialmente adv.
    ə'fɪʃəli
    adverb oficialmente
    [ǝ'fɪʃǝlɪ]
    ADV oficialmente
    * * *
    [ə'fɪʃəli]
    adverb oficialmente

    English-spanish dictionary > officially

  • 3 officially

    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) officielt
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) officielt
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) officielt
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of
    * * *
    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) officielt
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) officielt
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) officielt
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of

    English-Danish dictionary > officially

  • 4 officially

    English-Ukrainian law dictionary > officially

  • 5 officially

    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) in via ufficiale
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) ufficialmente
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) ufficialmente
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of
    * * *
    officially /əˈfɪʃəlɪ/
    avv.
    ufficialmente; in via ufficiale.

    English-Italian dictionary > officially

  • 6 officially

    adverb
    * * *
    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) dienstlich
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) offiziell
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) offiziell
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    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of
    * * *
    of·fi·cial·ly
    [əˈfɪʃəli]
    adv inv offiziell
    * * *
    [ə'fIʃəlɪ]
    adv
    offiziell
    * * *
    adverb
    * * *
    adv.
    offiziell adv.
    von Amts wegen ausdr.

    English-german dictionary > officially

  • 7 officially

    officially [ə'fɪʃəlɪ]
    (a) (formally) officiellement;
    he's now been officially appointed sa nomination est désormais officielle;
    we now have it officially la nouvelle est maintenant officielle
    (b) (allegedly) théoriquement, en principe;
    officially, he's at the dentist's en principe, il est chez le dentiste

    Un panorama unique de l'anglais et du français > officially

  • 8 officially

    [əˈfɪʃəlɪ]
    officially бюрократически officially официально, формально officially официально officially формально

    English-Russian short dictionary > officially

  • 9 officially

    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) í nafni embættis
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) formlega, opinberlega
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) opinberlega
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of

    English-Icelandic dictionary > officially

  • 10 officially

    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) hivatalból
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) hivatalosan
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) hivatalosan
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of

    English-Hungarian dictionary > officially

  • 11 officially

    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) oficialmente
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) oficialmente
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) oficialmente
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of
    * * *
    of.fi.cial.ly
    [əf'iʃəli] adv oficialmente, autorizadamente.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > officially

  • 12 officially

    adv. resmi olarak, resmen
    * * *
    resmen
    * * *
    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) resmen, resmî olarak
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) resmen
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) resmî olarak
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of

    English-Turkish dictionary > officially

  • 13 officially

    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) uradno
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) uradno
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) uradno
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of

    English-Slovenian dictionary > officially

  • 14 officially

    • virkateitse
    • virallisesti
    * * *
    ə'fiʃəli
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) virka-asioissa
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) virallisesti
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) virallisesti
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of

    English-Finnish dictionary > officially

  • 15 officially

    [ə'fɪʃəlɪ]
    adv
    * * *
    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) oficjalnie, z urzędu
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) formalnie
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) oficjalnie
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of

    English-Polish dictionary > officially

  • 16 officially

    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) oficiāli; formāli
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) oficiāli
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) oficiāli
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of
    * * *
    oficiāli

    English-Latvian dictionary > officially

  • 17 officially

    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) kaip oficialus asmuo
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) oficialiai
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) oficialiai, formaliai
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > officially

  • 18 officially

    adv. officiellt
    * * *
    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) på ämbetets (tjänstens) vägnar
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) officiellt
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) officiellt
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of

    English-Swedish dictionary > officially

  • 19 officially

    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) oficiálně
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) formálně
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) oficiálně
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of
    * * *
    • oficiálně

    English-Czech dictionary > officially

  • 20 officially

    [ə'fiʃəli]
    1) ((negative unofficially) as an official: He attended the ceremony officially.) (în mod) oficial
    2) (formally: The new library was officially opened yesterday.) oficial
    3) (according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact): Officially he is on holiday - actually he is working on a new book.) oficial
    - officious
    - officiously
    - officiousness
    - office-bearer
    - through the kind offices of
    - through the offices of

    English-Romanian dictionary > officially

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Officially — Of*fi cial*ly, adv. By the proper officer; by virtue of the proper authority; in pursuance of the special powers vested in an officer or office; as, accounts or reports officially verified or rendered; letters officially communicated; persons… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • officially — UK US /əˈfɪʃəli/ adverb ► formally and in a way that is agreed to and arranged by people in positions of authority: »The proposed merger was announced officially by the CEO today. ► as stated or accepted by people publicly, although it may not be …   Financial and business terms

  • officially — of|fi|cial|ly [əˈfıʃəli] adv 1.) publicly or formally ▪ The new church was officially opened on July 5th. ▪ Nothing has yet been officially announced . ▪ The scheme was officially launched in May. ▪ Has the company officially confirmed the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • officially — adverb 1 publicly and formally: They have officially announced their engagement. | The new clinic was officially opened this morning. | The two countries are still not officially at war. 2 (sentence adverb) according to what you say publicly,… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • officially — of|fi|cial|ly [ ə fıʃli ] adverb ** 1. ) publicly and formally: The school won t be officially opened until next month. 2. ) according to what governments or people in authority say, although it may not be true: Officially it s a members only… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • officially */*/ — UK [əˈfɪʃ(ə)lɪ] / US adverb 1) publicly and formally The school won t be officially opened until next month. 2) a) according to what governments or people in authority say, although it may not be true Officially it s a members only club, but they …   English dictionary

  • officially — adv. Officially is used with these adjectives: ↑closed, ↑open, ↑unemployed Officially is used with these verbs: ↑acknowledge, ↑adopt, ↑annex, ↑announce, ↑approve, ↑ban, ↑call, ↑ …   Collocations dictionary

  • officially*/ — [əˈfɪʃəli] adv 1) publicly and formally The school won t be officially opened until next month.[/ex] 2) according to what governments or people in authority say, although it may not be true Officially, the government claims no knowledge of the… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • officially — adverb 1. in an official role (Freq. 2) officially, he is in charge officially responsible • Ant: ↑unofficially • Derived from adjective: ↑official 2. with official authorization …   Useful english dictionary

  • officially — official ► ADJECTIVE 1) relating to an authority or public body and its activities and responsibilities. 2) having the approval or authorization of such a body. ► NOUN ▪ a person holding public office or having official duties. DERIVATIVES… …   English terms dictionary

  • officially — adverb see official II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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