スタッフ, 職員, 五線, 部員, 幕僚, 役員, 館員, 部内
Noun(1) personnel who assist their superior in carrying out an assigned task(2) a strong rod or stick with a specialized utilitarian purpose(3) the body of teachers and administrators at a school(4) building material consisting of plaster and hair; used to cover external surfaces of temporary structure (as at an exposition(5) a rod carried as a symbol(6) (music
Verb(1) provide with staff(2) serve on the staff of
(1) He was acknowledged as the public face of the college, the first member of staff to be seen as anyone entered the institute.(2) She stuck her staff under her arm then reached towards the tangle with her now-free hand.(3) She also wanted schools to make more use of staff from colleges, universities, and business.(4) Though I teach in my job, I am not employed as an Academic member of staff to the University.(5) Two of the measures were based on interpretations of statements made by the staff and officers of the base.(6) Much of the manning for each center should be drawn from the component command's staff .(7) Mhlongo circles the stage, then leans down on the staff and shakes her hips at the crowd.(8) We will ask the teachers and other staff members to receive the visiting guests and let the students go back to class.(9) He held key staff positions with troops at the battalion, brigade and division levels.(10) Praise was lauded on the staff of the Colaiste for their continued high academic standards.(11) The library staff attach a sign to the door and lock it whenever large groups of children gather in the square outside.(12) KÔö£├énig joined the University at a time when there were other talented and enthusiastic mathematicians on the staff .(13) He said there would be 20 new faces on the staff in September, due to retirements and people moving on.(14) He said that earlier on the staff voted against the bank's proposal to open its branches on Saturdays.(15) The young lady assured the owner that she had received permission from someone on the staff to put up the flyer.(16) Surmounting the whole structure will be the staff for the flag, and the tower and flag will form one of the landmarks at Valley Forge.
(1) staff member :: 職員
2. stick ::
3. rod ::
4. stave ::
5. faculty ::
6. man ::
Different Formsstaff, staffed, staffer, staffers, staffing, staffs
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