Hindi translation of 'official'
official /əˈfɪʃəl अˈफ़िशल्/
Word forms: officials
Something that is official is approved by the government or by someone else in authority.
...the official unemployment figures.
an official announcement/statement/policy/visit
आधिकारिक रूप से
The election results have still not been officially announced.
2. adjective before noun
Official is used to describe things which are done or used by people in authority as part of their job or position.
Mr Ridley is currently on an official visit to Hungary.
...the Irish President's official residence.
3. countable noun
An official is a person who holds a position of authority in an organization.
...a senior UN official.
a senior/government/military/health official
officials say/warn/confirm things
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Example Sentences Including 'official'
He was the official I'd talked to at the embassy, the day I'd found out about Marianne.THE EXECUTION (2002)
But then now and then somebody, usually a family member, refuses to accept the official version.LOST SUMMER (2002)
The official walked me back through the embassy to the front entrance.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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'official' in Other Languages
- Arabic: رَسْمِيٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: oficial
- Chinese: 官方的
- Croatian: službeni službena
- Czech: oficiální
- Danish: officiel
- Dutch: officieel
- European Spanish: oficial
- Finnish: virallinen
- French: officiel
- German: offiziell
- Greek: επίσημος επίσημη
- Italian: ufficiale
- Japanese: 職務上の
- Korean: 직무상의
- Norwegian: offisiell
- Polish: urzędowy urzędowa
- Portuguese: oficial
- Romanian: oficial oficial, oficială, oficiali, oficiale
- Russian: официальный официальная
- Spanish: oficial
- Swedish: officiell officiellt
- Thai: อย่างเป็นทางการ
- Turkish: yetkili
- Ukrainian: офіційний
- Vietnamese: chính thức
Translation of official from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary