Meaning of Officier – French Verb

Officier means to officiate or to hold a position of authority or responsibility in a government or organization.

Examples of officier in Every Day Usage

  1. Le général officie dans l’armée française depuis plus de 30 ans. (The general has served in the French army for over 30 years.)

  2. La mariée a choisi son frère pour officier à son mariage. (The bride chose her brother to officiate at her wedding.)

  3. Le maire a officié lors de la cérémonie d’inauguration de la nouvelle école. (The mayor officiated at the ceremony for the inauguration of the new school.)

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