administratrix


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ad•min•is•tra•trix

(ædˌmɪn əˈstreɪ trɪks)

n., pl. -is•tra•tri•ces (-əˈstreɪ trəˌsiz, -ə strəˈtraɪ siz)
Law.
a woman who is an administrator.
[1620–30; < Medieval Latin]
usage: See -trix.
Translations

administratrix

n pl <administratrices> (Jur) → Nachlassverwalterin f
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