1 noun
fonctionnaire m f;
a bank/union official un(e) représentant(e) de la banque/du syndicat;
a government official un haut fonctionnaire
2 adjective
(statement, visit, strike) officiel(elle); (language) (of country) officiel; (bureaucratic) administratif(ive);
his appointment will be made official tomorrow sa nomination sera rendue officielle demain;
she's here on official business elle est ici en visite officielle;
to go through the official channels suivre la filière officielle;
to act in one's official capacity agir dans l'exercice de ses fonctions;
she was speaking in her official capacity as General Secretary elle parlait en sa qualité de Secrétaire générale
STOCK EXCHANGE official assignee liquidateur m officiel; official broker courtier(ère) m, f officiel(elle);
official brokerage courtage m officiel;
official document document m officiel;
official exchange rate cours m officiel;
official letter pli m officiel ou de service;
official liquidator liquidateur judiciaire;
FINANCE official list cote f officielle;
official market marché m officiel;
STOCK EXCHANGE official price cours en Bourse;
official quotation cours officiel;
BANKING official rate taux m officiel d'escompte;
FINANCE official rate of interest taux d'intérêt légal;
official receiver administrateur(trice) m, f judiciaire;
the official receiver has been called in on a fait appel à l'administration judiciaire;
official receivership liquidation f judiciaire;
official report rapport m officiel;
British Official Secrets Act = document relatif au secret-défense, signé par tous les fonctionnaires;
official strike = grève soutenue par la direction du syndicat

English-French business dictionary. 2013.

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