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Translation of "administer" - English-Spanish dictionary

administer

verb   /ədˈmɪn·ɪ·stər/
to organize or arrange something llevar a cabo to administer a scheme/test The fund is administered by the Economic Development Agency.
formal to give medicine or medical help to someone administrar to administer first aid
(Definition of administer from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

administer

verb /ədˈministə/
to govern or manage administrar He administers the finances of the company.
to carry out (the law etc) aplicar Judges are responsible for administering the law.
(formal ) to give (medicine, help etc) administrar The doctor administered drugs to the patient.
administration noun
management administración He’s in charge of administration at the hospital.
(the people who carry on) the government of a country etc administración pública the Obama administration.
administrative /-strətiv, (American) -streitiv/ adjective
administrativo an administrative post administrative duties.
administratively /ædˈminəˌstreitivli/ adverb
Adminsitrativamente administratively complex tasks.
administrator /-strei-/ noun
administrador college/university administrators.
(Definition of administer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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