ad·min·is·trate /əd-'mi-nə-ˌstrāt/ vb -trat·ed, -trat·ing: administer

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

I verb administer, captain, command, conduct, control, direct, govern, head, lead, manage, officiate, operate, preside, regulate, render, sit in judgment, stand over, superintend, supervise II index administer (conduct), conduct, control (regulate), direct (supervise), govern, manage, operate, preside, render (administer), superintend

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • administrate — ad‧min‧i‧strate [ədˈmɪnstreɪt] verb [transitive] another word for administer1: • The system controls personnel records and administrates the payroll. * * * administrate UK US /ədˈmɪnɪstreɪt/ verb [T] ► ADMINISTER(Cf …   Financial and business terms

  • Administrate — Ad*min is*trate, v. t. [L. administratus, p. p. of administrare.] To administer. [R.] Milman. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • administrate — (v.) 1630s, from L. administratus, pp. of administrare (see ADMINISTER (Cf. administer)). In modern use a back formation from administration. Related: Administrated; administrating …   Etymology dictionary

  • administrate — ► VERB ▪ administer; carry out administration. DERIVATIVES administrative adjective administrator noun …   English terms dictionary

  • administrate — [ad min′is trāt΄, ədmin′is trāt΄] vt. administrated, administrating to manage or direct; administer …   English World dictionary

  • administrate — administer, administrate For many centuries, the normal word corresponding to administration and meaning ‘to manage (affairs)’ has been administer • (The Rezzoris were minor Austrian gentry administering the outposts of empire London Review of… …   Modern English usage

  • administrate — verb a) to administer Example: The job is to administrate the network. b) the act or function of providing maintenance and general housekeeping for computer systems, networks, peripheral equipment, etc …   Wiktionary

  • administrate — verb ( trated; trating) Etymology: Latin administratus, past participle of administrare Date: 1550 administer …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • administrate — /ad min euh strayt /, v.t., administrated, administrating. to administer. [1630 40; < L administratus, ptp. of administrare to ADMINISTER; see ATE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • administrate — (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb 1. To have charge of (the affairs of others): administer, direct, govern, head, manage, run, superintend, supervise. See OVER. 2. To oversee the provision or execution of: administer, carry out, dispense, execute. See… …   English dictionary for students

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