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ad·min·is·tra·tion

 (ăd-mĭn′ĭ-strā′shən)
n.
1. The act or process of administering, especially the management of a government or large institution.
2. The activity of a government or state in the exercise of its powers and duties.
3. often Administration
a. The executive branch of a government.
b. The group of people who manage or direct an institution, especially a school or college.
4. The term of office of an executive officer or body.
5. Law Management of a trust or estate.
6. The dispensing, applying, or tendering of something, such as an oath, a sacrament, or medicine.

ad·min′is·tra′tive (-strā′tĭv, -strə-) adj.
ad·min′is·tra′tive·ly adv.

ad•min•is•tra•tive

(ædˈmɪn əˌstreɪ tɪv, -strə-)

adj.
of or pertaining to administration; executive.
[1725–35]
ad•min′is•tra`tive•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.administrative - of or relating to or responsible for administrationadministrative - of or relating to or responsible for administration

administrative

adjective managerial, executive, management, directing, regulatory, governmental, organizational, supervisory, directorial, gubernatorial (chiefly U.S.) The project will have an administrative staff of eight.

administrative

adjective
Of, for, or relating to administration or administrators:
Translations
إدَارِيإِدَارِيّ
administrativnísprávní
administrativ
hallinnollinen
administrativan
stjórnunar-
管理上の
관리상의
administrativ
เกี่ยวกับการบริหาร
idariyönetimle ilgili
hành chính

administrative

[ədˈmɪnɪstrətɪv] ADJ
1. [work, officer, system] → administrativo; [costs, expenses] → de administración, administrativo
administrative assistantayudante mf administrativo/a
administrative lawderecho m administrativo
administrative skillsdotes fpl administrativas
administrative staffpersonal m de administración
2. (US) (Jur)
administrative courttribunal m administrativo
administrative machinerymaquinaria f administrativa, aparato m administrativo

administrative

[ədˈmɪnɪstrətɪv] adj [staff] → administratif/ive
administrative assistant → assistant(e) m/f administratif/ive, assistant(e) m/f de gestion
administrative costs [institution] → frais mpl d'administration; [company] → frais mpl de gestion

administrative

adjadministrativ; administrative bodyVerwaltungsbehörde f

administrative

[ədˈmɪnɪstrətɪv] adjamministrativo/a

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

administrative

إِدَارِيّ administrativní administrativ administrativ διοικητικός administrativo hallinnollinen administratif administrativan amministrativo 管理上の 관리상의 administratief administrativ administracyjny administrativo административный administrativ เกี่ยวกับการบริหาร idari hành chính 行政的
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