official

official
1) офіційна особа, посадова особа, службовець, чиновник; офіціал (член церковного суду)
2) офіційний; легальний, легітимний; службовий; посадовий; державний

official inquiry into an incident — офіційне розслідування інциденту

- official activities
- official allowance
- official approval
- official arrest
- official assignment
- official attestation
- official authorities
- official behavior
- official behaviuor
- official body
- official bond
- official bribery
- official brief
- official briefing
- official building
- official capacity
- official certificate
- official circumlocution
- official citation
- official communication
- official competence
- official confirmation
- official correspondence
- official corruption
- official cover
- official declaration
- official delinquent
- official denial
- official-designate
- official detention
- official document
- official draft
- official duties
- official duty
- official edition
- official establishment
- official evidence
- official flag
- official guardian
- official guardianship
- official guest
- official holiday
- official information
- official inquiry
- official instruction
- official instructions
- official investigation
- official judge
- official knowledge
- official language
- official law
- official letter
- official liability
- official malfeasance
- official malfeasant
- official mark
- official matter
- official memorandum
- official misconduct
- official notice
- official notification
- official oath
- official opinion
- official opposition
- official oppression
- official order
- official organ
- official party candidate
- official permission
- official petitioner
- official post
- official power
- official powers
- official powers and duties
- official proceedings
- official receiver
- official red tape
- official referees
- official regulation
- official regulations
- official reply
- official representative
- official residence
- official retrieval
- official seal
- official secrecy
- official secret
- official session law volume
- official solicitor
- official sources
- official stamp
- official statement
- official strike
- official title
- official visit
- official will

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