verb-transitive: To give or apply in a formal way: administer the last rites.
verb-transitive: To apply as a remedy: administer a sedative.
verb-transitive: To direct the taking of (an oath).
verb-transitive: To mete out; dispense: administer justice.
verb-transitive: To manage or dispose of (a trust or estate) under a will or official appointment.
verb-transitive: To impose, offer, or tender (an oath, for example).
verb-intransitive: To manage as an administrator.
verb-intransitive: To minister: administering to their every whim.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Some of his relations died and left a lot of money, so folks tell, and George is what they call administer of the estate.
Augustana's 2006 NSSE scores for student-faculty interaction were below the average benchmark for first-year students attending similar institutions, but Abernathy hopes that the needle will move next year, when the campus will again administer the survey.
Polly's health, and that I look to her to help me get settled without overstrain to my wife -- in short, administer a dose of duty, and she may see her way to coming.
And I think, as parents, one of the things that we have to administer is tough love.
Furthermore, we need a tax system which is not difficult to comply with or administer, which is regarded as fair, and which limits opportunities to divert income and reduce tax liabilities.