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ad·min·is·trate

 (ăd-mĭn′ĭ-strāt′)
tr.v. ad·min·is·trat·ed, ad·min·is·trat·ing, ad·min·is·trates
To administer.

administrate

(ədˈmɪnɪˌstreɪt)
vb
to manage or direct (the affairs of a business, institution, etc)

ad•min•is•trate

(ædˈmɪn əˌstreɪt)

v.t. -trat•ed, -trat•ing.
to administer.
[1630–40; < Latin administrātus, past participle of administrāre]

administrate


Past participle: administrated
Gerund: administrating

Imperative
administrate
administrate
Present
I administrate
you administrate
he/she/it administrates
we administrate
you administrate
they administrate
Preterite
I administrated
you administrated
he/she/it administrated
we administrated
you administrated
they administrated
Present Continuous
I am administrating
you are administrating
he/she/it is administrating
we are administrating
you are administrating
they are administrating
Present Perfect
I have administrated
you have administrated
he/she/it has administrated
we have administrated
you have administrated
they have administrated
Past Continuous
I was administrating
you were administrating
he/she/it was administrating
we were administrating
you were administrating
they were administrating
Past Perfect
I had administrated
you had administrated
he/she/it had administrated
we had administrated
you had administrated
they had administrated
Future
I will administrate
you will administrate
he/she/it will administrate
we will administrate
you will administrate
they will administrate
Future Perfect
I will have administrated
you will have administrated
he/she/it will have administrated
we will have administrated
you will have administrated
they will have administrated
Future Continuous
I will be administrating
you will be administrating
he/she/it will be administrating
we will be administrating
you will be administrating
they will be administrating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been administrating
you have been administrating
he/she/it has been administrating
we have been administrating
you have been administrating
they have been administrating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been administrating
you will have been administrating
he/she/it will have been administrating
we will have been administrating
you will have been administrating
they will have been administrating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been administrating
you had been administrating
he/she/it had been administrating
we had been administrating
you had been administrating
they had been administrating
Conditional
I would administrate
you would administrate
he/she/it would administrate
we would administrate
you would administrate
they would administrate
Past Conditional
I would have administrated
you would have administrated
he/she/it would have administrated
we would have administrated
you would have administrated
they would have administrated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.administrate - work in an administrative capacityadministrate - work in an administrative capacity; supervise or be in charge of; "administer a program"; "she administers the funds"
pontificate - administer a pontifical office
handle, manage, care, deal - be in charge of, act on, or dispose of; "I can deal with this crew of workers"; "This blender can't handle nuts"; "She managed her parents' affairs after they got too old"
oversee, superintend, supervise, manage - watch and direct; "Who is overseeing this project?"

administrate

verb
1. To have charge of (the affairs of others):
2. To oversee the provision or execution of:
Translations
يُدِير
říditspravovat
regerestyre
stjórna

administrate

[ədˈmɪnɪstreɪt] VTadministrar, dirigir

administer

(ədˈministə) verb
1. to govern or manage. He administers the finances of the company
2. to carry out (the law etc).
3. to give (medicine, help etc). The doctor administered drugs to the patient.
adˈministrate (-streit) verb
to govern or manage.
adˌminiˈstration noun
1. management. He's in charge of administration at the hospital.
2. (the people who carry on) the government of a country etc.
administrative (-strətiv) , ((American) -streitiv) adjective
an administrative post; administrative ability.
adˈministrator (-strei-) noun

administrate

vt administrar
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That great administrator,--for he was that, gentlemen,--saw what the thing is coming to, the thing that these idiots call the 'working of our admirable institutions.' The chamber will want before long to administrate, and the administrators will want to legislate.
55 contracts worth 6 billion and 85 million Libyan Dinars to implement several integrated housing and public utilities projects to administrate the projects and to supervise housing and public utilities projects in different Shabias.
There are not enough hours in the day, days in the week for one man to administrate a place of that size, however clever he may be.
The dance field cannot absorb every retiree as a teacher, and not every dancer wants to teach or, for that matter, administrate. But can we open special opportunities for older dancers still to dance?
For convenience, RF ID tags have been purposed to be applied to price and baggage tags of general products to administrate their prices and logistics, but the high manufacturing cost of the terminal devices is an obstacle to promoting their widespread use.
IBM Mexico has expanded its financial options with a new offer that allows companies to administrate its entire products and services portfolio, becoming the largest financial solutions portfolio in the country.

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