aide

発音
‏معاون، ضابط معاون‏

例文

She had the audacity to waltz with a young aide-de-camp, and I was by turns angry, sulky, admiring, loving, and jealous.
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There was nobody in the castle now but the head of a Reserve brigade whom his aide called "The Count," and a few officials. Upon receiving this information, the proprietor ventured to leave the lodge.
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"Tell her yourself," The aide frowned and tried to blow me off.
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“If this was done, it seems to me to be unworthy of a serious political figure,” said Russian presidential aide.
News Service: “Voice of America”
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A Putin aide is not sure that the Russian leader actually uttered the phrase attributed to him.
News Service: “Voice of America”
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After dinner, Meller-Zakomelsky's aide-de-camp was announced.
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At a press conference, during which he and his aides warned journalists that they are being watched closely, Ponomaryov said that until the “Kiev junta” withdraws security forces from the region, he and his people would not leave the occupied administrative buildings in Slovyansk.
The news service “Voice of America”
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'I know who you are,' the aide-de-camp interrupted sharply.
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Not as good as old Reevis and his aide, but a few juicy tidbits.
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Painter's aide, Brant, wheeled into his doorway.
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同義語

an officer who acts as military assistant to a more senior officer: adjutant general, aide-de-camp, officer, military officer, adjutant
an officer who acts as military assistant to a more senior officer: adjutant general, aide, officer, military officer, adjutant
a memorandum summarizing the items of an agreement (used especially in diplomatic communications): position paper, memo, memorandum, memoranda
someone who acts as assistant: help, helper, assistant, nursing aide, nurse's aide, supporter, auxiliary



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