company officer


Definition of company officer

: a commissioned officer in the army, air force, or marine corps of the rank of captain, first lieutenant, or second lieutenant

called also company grade officer

— compare field officer, general officer

Examples of company officer in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The three company officers each receive a 5% commission on earnings at the end of the year. Myrna Petlicki,, "Student-run ‘Butler’ business part of incubator class at Barrington High School, also a source of income for participants and service to community," 2 Dec. 2019 Federal Election Commission records show only small donations of less than $5,000 from company officers and employees. Rob Wile, miamiherald, "Here's how much taxpayers are spending to house unaccompanied immigrants," 2 July 2018 More From Tax Report The outlook is brighter for Kfir Lindheim, a trust-company officer living in San Anselmo, Calif. Laura Saunders, WSJ, "Your Home-Equity Loan May Now Be a Lot More Expensive," 15 June 2018 The application includes information about company officers, previous experience, equipment, insurance and more. Katrease Stafford, Detroit Free Press, "Concerns raised about contractors sitting on Detroit wrecking board," 9 July 2018 Charles Lumpkin, a company officer, uttered the n-word to his cadets in an episode that has not been previously reported. Michael Melia,, "Racial Climate At Coast Guard Academy Faces New Scrutiny," 26 June 2018 Charles Lumpkin, a company officer, uttered the n-word to his cadets in an episode that has not been previously reported. Washington Post, "At Coast Guard Academy, questions about racism and equity," 26 June 2018 The commission also expects the company to forward any reports of contact by Steve Wynn with company officers or directors. Mark Arsenault,, "Wynn Resorts has severed connection to Steve Wynn, state confirms," 7 May 2018 But among other issues, there were problems with the petition wording and a firm hired to collect signatures for the drive had a company officer with an earlier conviction for election fraud. Paul Egan, Detroit Free Press, "GOP governor's race brings out harsher side of Lt. Gov. Brian Calley," 18 May 2018

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First Known Use of company officer

1832, in the meaning defined above

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“Company officer.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 24 Sep. 2020.

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