1 in an official manner; formally 公务或公职上; 正式地
*I've been officially invited to the wedding. 我正式获得邀请去参加婚礼.
* We already know who's got the job but we haven't yet been informed officially. 我们已经知道是谁得到这份工作了, 但是尚未得到正式通知.
2 as announced publicly (esp by officials) though not necessarily true in fact 据称（尤指官员所称, 但未必属实）
*Officially, the director is in a meeting, though actually he's playing golf. 据说主任正在开会, 可他实际上正打高尔夫球呢.
publicly or formally
The new church was officially opened on July 5th.
Nothing has yet been officially announced .
The scheme was officially launched in May.
Has the company officially confirmed the appointment?
the number of officially recognized political parties
according to what someone says publicly, even though this may not be true
Officially, the talks never took place.
1. By the end of October 1886, the statue had been put together again and it was officially presented to the American people by Bartholdi. 到1886年10月底，这座雕像被重新组装起来，由巴索尔地正式赠送给美国人民。
2. Officially, the U.S. Navy does not recognize the triangle as a danger zone and is convinced that "the majority of disappearances in the triangle can be attributed to the unique features of the area's environment." 而美国海军官方并不承认此三角区为危险地带，他们相信"（三角地带的）大多数失踪事件，都应归咎于该地区独特的环境特征"。
3. It was officially opened on March 7,1994, finally connecting Britain to the European continent. 它于1994年3月7日正式开通，将英国与欧洲大陆连到了一起。