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plainclothes {adj} [police officer]in Zivil
Nouns
provost [Am.] [senior administrative officer in certain universities]
139
Universitätsverwaltungsdirektor {m}
jobs officer [as in chief technology officer]
22
Direktor {m} [z. B. technischer Direktor]
hist. law escheator [royal officer in medieval and early modern England and Wales] [archaic]
16
[Beamter, der die dem König heimgefallenen Lehen in einer Grafschaft beaufsichtigt und anzeigt]
mil. noncom [coll.] [noncommissioned officer]
14
Unteroffizier {m}
FireResc jobs med. ambo [Aus.] [coll.] [ambulance officer]
9
Rettungssanitäter {m}
weapons club [Am.] [of a police officer]
8
Polizeiknüppel {m}
mil. tab [British Military] [a marking on the collar distinguishing an officer of high rank or (formerly) a staff officer]
8
Kragenspiegel {m} [hier: Rangabzeichen des britischen Militärs]
jobs peeler [sl.] [Northern Irish] [police officer]
7
Bulle {m} [ugs.] [Polizist]
mil. rocker [Am.] [curved stripe at the chevron of a noncommissioned officer]
7
Bogen {m} [gebogener Streifen des Dienstgradabzeichens von Unteroffizieren]
pol. [presiding officer of German parliament]
6
Bundestagspräsident {m}
demon [Aus.] [sl.] [police officer]
6
Polizist {m}
Unverified [chief (commissary) steward, food service officer, Bottelier]Bottler {m} [veraltet] [Seemannspr.] [Kantinenverwalter auf Kriegsschiffen]
admin. law Unverified [complaint against the conduct of a public officer]Aufsichtsbeschwerde {f}
mil. [field captain: 16th century, commanding officer of a mercenary battalion]Feldhauptmann {m} [Landsknechtsführer]
med. [highest medical officer in Swiss army]Oberfeldarzt {m} [Schweiz]
jobs [member of the Austrian police force or prison officer]Exekutivbediensteter {m} [österr.] [Polizei-/Vollzugsbeamter]
hist. hunting Unverified [mid-ranking officer in a Nazi-era German hunting society]Kreisjägermeister {m}
mil. [military rank roughly equivalent to a Chief Warrant Officer <CWO> in various Anglophone armies]Oberstabsfeldwebel {m} [Bundeswehr]
mil. naut. [officer candidate no equivalent in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard]Oberfähnrich zur See {m} [Deutsche Marine] <OFähnr zS / OFRZS>
mil. naut. [officer candidate, no equivalent in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard]Fähnrich {m} zur See [Deutsche Marine] <Fähnr zS / FRZS>
pol. [prepared manuscript for the presiding officer of parliament in Austria]Croquis {n} [österr.]
pol. [presiding officer of a legislative body, speaker ]Parlamentspräsident {m}
pol. [presiding officer of Austrian parliament or of the lower house of the Swiss parliament]Nationalratspräsident {m}
[principal customs officer]Zollhauptsekretär {m} <ZHS>
mil. [senior non-commissioned officer in German armed forces, literally "sword knot non-commissioned officer"]Portepeeunteroffizier {m}
hist. [senior police officer rank in German police organisations until the end of the 1970s]Kriminaloberinspektor {m} <KOI; KrimOI>
cop [coll.] [police officer]Grüner {m} [ugs.] [veraltet] [Polizist]
copper [Br.] [coll.] [police officer]Schroter {m} [schweiz.] [regional] [Polizist]
hist. mil. corporal [surplus NCO of a regiment in German armed forces of the 18th century, always officer candidates who hold the task of flagbearer]Freikorporal {m}
hist. mil. corporal [surplus NCO of a regiment in German armed forces of the 18th century, always officer candidates who hold the task of flagbearer]Gefreitenkorporal {m} [Freikorporal]
jobs criminalist [forensic officer]Kriminaltechniker {m}
admin. jobs daroga [Ind.] [chief officer]oberster Beamter {m}
admin. jobs darogha [Ind.] [spv. for daroga] [chief officer]oberster Beamter {m}
militsioner [coll.] [Russian, Ukrainian police officer]Milizionär {m} [Polizist, Russland]
mil. missileer [Am.] [missile-launch officer][Armeeangehöriger, der für den Abschuss von Raketen zuständig ist]
mil. mustang [Am.] [military sl.] [commissioned officer who started military service as an enlistee][militärische Slang-Bezeichnung für Offiziere, die ihre Karriere als Mannschaftsdienstgrade begannen]
hist. politruk [Russian] [political officer]Politruk {m} [politischer Offizier einer sowjetischen Truppeneinheit]
mil. quartermaster <QM> [in English speaking navies a petty officer specialized in navigation]Steuermannsmaat {m} <Strm.Mt.> [niedrigster Unteroffiziersdienstgrad Steuermanns-Laufbahn]
mil. skipper [Am.] [coll.] [USMC nickname for a commanding officer of a of rifle company]Kompaniechef {m}
naut. steward [a ship's officer in charge of provisions and dining]Proviantmeister {m} [bes. Seewesen früher]
2 Words: Others
plain-clothes {adj} [police officer]in Zivil
cloth. plain-clothes {adj} [attr.] [e.g. police officer]zivilgekleidet
2 Words: Nouns
mil. naut. boatswain's mate [German navies, petty officer second class of the boatswain career]Bootsmannsmaat {m} [deutsche Seestreitkräfte, Maat der Bootsmannslaufbahn]
jobs mil. chief helmsman [senior non-commissioned officer with navigation responsibilities]Obersteuermann {m}
naut. coxswain's mate [petty officer second class of the coxswain career]Steuermannsmaat {m}
Dickless Tracy [Am.] [sl.] [pej.] [female police officer][abwertender Begriff in den USA für eine Polizeibeamtin]
mil. naut. gunner's mate [German navies, petty officer second class of the artillery career]Artilleriemaat {m} [deutsche Seestreitkräfte, Maat der Artillerielaufbahn, auch Artillerie-Maat]
idiom mil. high brass [coll.] [high-ranking official, esp. officer]hohes Tier {n} [fig.] [ugs.] [hochrangige Person, bes. Offizier]
mil. naut. machinist's mate [German navies, petty officer second class of the machinist career]Maschinenmaat {m} [deutsche Seestreitkräfte, Maat der Maschinistenlaufbahn]
mil. naut. marine officer [naval officer, not a U.S. Marine officer]Seeoffizier {m}
mil. naut. marine officer [naval officer, not U.S. Marine officer]Marineoffizier {m}
educ. mil. NCO school [short for: non-commissioned officer school]Unteroffiziersschule {f}
mil. non-com [coll.] [noncommissioned officer]Unteroffizier {m}
hist. mil. staff captain [cavalry officer rank]Stabsrittmeister {m} [Dienstgradbezeichnung für Offiziere der Kavallerie]
mil. top brass [coll.] [high-ranking military officer]Lamettahengst {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
jobs tyre biter [Br.] [pej.] [sl.] [esp. a country police officer]Polyp {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [Polizist]
3 Words: Others
in plain clothes [police officer]in Zivil
3 Words: Nouns
jobs market. chief marketing officer <CMO>Marketingchef {m} [ugs. für: Chief Marketing Officer <CMO>]
Community Beat Manager <CBM> [police officer] [Br.]Kontaktbereichsbeamter {m} <KOB> [Polizeibeamter]
hist. mil. ninety-day wonder [coll. for an officer commissioned after an unusually short training] [WWII, U.S. Armed Forces][2. WK, umgangssprachliche Bezeichnung in den US-Streitkräften für kurzausgebildete Offiziere]
jobs non-active service [civil servant, officer]Wartestand {m} [veraltet] [einstweiliger Ruhestand eines Beamten, Offiziers]
cloth. mil. pink and greens {pl} [coll. term for a former US Army officer uniform][ugs. Bezeichnung für eine US-Army-Offizieruniform]
sports supporter liaison officer <SLO> [UEFA]Fanbeauftragter {m} [auch: Supporter Liaison Officer, SLO]
4 Words: Verbs
to be on the pad [Am.] [sl.] [of a police officer etc.: receive regular bribes]auf der Schmierliste stehen [ugs.] [regelmäßig bestochen werden]
4 Words: Nouns
mil. naut. Chief of the Boat [US Navy] <COB>[dienstältester Unteroffizier auf einem U-Boot der US Navy, meist im Rang eines Senior oder Master Chief Petty Officer]
Master of the Household [Br.] [royal household officer]Obersthof- und Hausmarschall {m} [Preußen vor 1918]
mil. staff officer - operations officer <S 3>Stabsoffizier {m} - Führung, Organisation und Ausbildung <S 3>
5+ Words: Nouns
mil. general staff officer - operations officer <G 3>Generalstabsoffizier {m} - Führung, Organisation und Ausbildung <G 3>
jobs Keeper of the Privy Purse [Br.] [royal household officer]Oberstkämmerer {m} [Österreich-Ungarn]
Keeper of the Privy Purse [Br.] [royal household officer]Kassenkurator und Direktor der Verwaltung des Hausschatzes [Preußen vor 1918]
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