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administratornoun [C]

uk   /ədˈmɪn.ɪ.streɪ.tər/  us   /ədˈmɪn.ə.streɪ.t̬ɚ/
C1 someone whose job is to control the operation of a business, organization, or plan: From 1969 to 1971, he was administrator of the Illinois state drug abuse program. She works as a school administrator.

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administratornoun [C]

uk   us   /ədˈmɪnɪstreɪtər/
WORKPLACE someone whose job is to manage a business or business activity: A new administrator has taken over at the park, and more stringent business practices are in place. She spent 10 years as a very capable administrator of New York City Opera.
UK LAW a person chosen by a court to manage a company that cannot pay its debts in order to try to improve its financial situation and to keep it operating: The court-appointed administrator asked a court to declare the firm bankrupt.
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Translations of “administrator”
in Arabic مُدير…
in Korean 행정인…
in Portuguese administrador, -ora…
in Catalan administrador, -a…
in Japanese 事務官, 総務担当者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 管理人员,行政人员…
in Turkish idareci, yönetici…
in Russian администратор…
in Chinese (Traditional) 管理人員,行政人員…
in Italian amministratore, -trice…
in Polish zarządca, administrator/ka…
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