[uh-fish-uh-leez, -lees] /əˌfɪʃ əˈliz, -ˈlis/
a style of language used in some statements, often criticized for its use of polysyllabic jargon and obscure, pretentiously wordy phrasing.
language characteristic of official documents, esp when verbose or pedantic
“language of officialdom,” 1881, from official + -ese.
noun 1. the executives or officials chiefly responsible for the operation of an organization or government.
[uh-fish-uh-lahyz] /əˈfɪʃ əˌlaɪz/ verb (used with object), officialized, officializing. 1. to make ; place under authority or control.
- Official formula
official formula n. A chemical formula for a pharmaceutical or compound, especially one contained in the U.S. Pharmacopeia or the National Formulary.
[uh-fish-uh-liz-uh m] /əˈfɪʃ əˌlɪz əm/ noun 1. excessive attention to regulations and routines. 2. methods or systems. 3. collectively.