Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Official"

The meaning of "Official" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "Officially missing you "

Isn't the official meaning public or formal?

mean?
A: Yes official means formal but in that case, it's like an expression equivalent to "I'm now accepting the fact that I miss you."
Q: What does It's official: They're engaged! mean?
A: They've decided to get married to each other.
Q: What does In all, officials have gone to more than 1,300 homes to tell residents to head to higher ground. mean?
A: It means officials went to more than 1,300 homes to tell people in the houses to head to a higher place.
Q: What does the official is up mean?
A: @shoko082 you know, that actually sounds more like he’s saying “rehearsal’s up guys” to me which means the rehearsal is finished, but it’s honestly pretty hard to hear what he said!
Hope this helps a little
Q: What does official statements on what transpired mean?
A: "Offical Statements on what happened"

Example sentences using "Official"

Q: Please show me example sentences with official.
A: This is the official music video to one of the most popular songs in American history.

The official name of the program will be "The International Program for American Expats"

It's official! I'm Gabriella's boyfriend!
Q: Please show me example sentences with " official " " efficient ".
A: “You need to report to the official.” — the definition of “official” when used in this context refers to a person; someone in charge.

“When will your marriage be official?” — the definition of “official”, used in this context, means “valid” or “recognized by a governing body”.

“He is very efficient in his work.” — “Efficient” meaning he works quickly without losing any quality, or taking unnecessary steps.

Synonyms of "Official" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between official and officer ?
A: They can be the same.

An official is an officer.

Official might also be an adjective.
Q: What is the difference between w/ and with and Can I use "w/" in official emails? ?
A: I would not use w/ in official emails. It’s usually just an abbreviation used in SMS.

E.g. “I went w/ a friend” (text message)

Even w/ is not too common now.

Most people would just type “with”
Q: What is the difference between official language and world common laguage and national language ?
A: World common language is a language that is widely used all over the world. English is arguably the most common. Others include Chinese, French, Spanish etc.

Official language is the language used to do official transactions and other government related services.
(In Korea that would be Korean, but here in Singapore it is English.)

National language is a language that has ties with the natives of the country (most of the time).
In Korea this will still be Korean, but in Singapore it is Malay.
Q: What is the difference between obtain an official license. and get an official license. ?
A: They mean the same thing. "Obtain" is more formal language than "get".
Q: What is the difference between "official" and "officer" ?
A: An official is a person who works for a goverment office. An officer is commonly used for a police person, but it is also a rank level in the military.

Translations of "Official"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I watched the official trailer 2 of Toy story 4 through the YouTube and some character says or so 0:46 "do i need to be worried?". what does that mean?
A: I think "do i need to be worried?" explains if the girl character needs to be worried about the main character since he will be saving forky or in short, she wants to say if he can do it (saving forky).
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? There are no official statistics OR There are not official statistics (formal document)
A: There are no official statistics.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? official
A: official
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? What is the official punctuations for "Ltd., Co." etc. ?
A: If it's in a list you put a comma:

Co., Ltd., plc, etc.

Company = Co.
Limited = Ltd.

I think the modern term is "plc" (public limited company).

Co. and Ltd. are abbreviations so they have a fullstop, "plc" doesn't because it is the initials.

Other questions about "Official"

Q: I managed Coca-Cola official website-operation and analyzed user traffic by operating Omniture. Does this sound natural?
A: I managed Coca-Cola's official website operation... Small tweaks besides that all good
Q: He's been an official big fan of the band for a long time.彼はそのバンドの昔からの大ファンだと公言してます。I Does this sound natural?
A: Combination of 'official' and 'big' is a little unnatural to me. 'Official' is an evidence based description (which is not commonly used to describe a fan), whilst 'big' is usually a subjective description. I would only use one to keep it natural sounding. If you want to add emphasis you could say 'crazy fan', 'loyal fan', or 'devoted fan'.
Q: 1. "Tear-beslobbered", is that an official word? Is there any other words in this form like noun-be+verb+ed?
2. What does "he forgot his station sufficiently" means? Like "totally forgot" ?And "station", what does this refer to? The place where he stood on?
A: 1. I have never heard that word before, so the author may just be making it up for literary effect
2. "sufficiently" in this case means "enough." His "station" would mean his status in society. In this case, the character is a valet, so he should be very respectful of the protagonist, who clearly has a higher station than he does, but instead he looks at the main character kind of rudely. It's not how a valet should act at all, so he "forgot his station"
Q: What does "the official line becomes" mean?
A: An "official line" is a statment from authority (for example a government).

So they are just saying if the authorities decide that it is not a contract killing, then there is no need to investigate.

Often it is used to suggest that the authority's statement night not be true but might be said for their own purposes.
Q: What is "officials radio"?
It is used in this context:
"radio applications like television, radio, mobile phone or officials radio."
A: This officials radio may mean a type of commercial radio. For example, air planes, government or police radios. ... Maybe : D

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