Verb(1) work in an administrative capacity; supervise or be in charge of(2) perform (a church sacrament(3) administer or bestow, as in small portions(4) give or apply (medications(5) direct the taking of
(1) And the old English common law treated the servant as a member of the family and that's why the master could administer corporal punishment for example.(2) I just thought that I was helping someone else administer the website.(3) The nurses administer anti-inflammatory medications intramuscularly or per rectum rather than using narcotics, if possible.(4) He explained about the process of adapting to globalization and how we should administer our human resources in the modern world.(5) When they were toddlers, I was supplied with fluoride drops to administer to them when I attended ante-natal classes at the Queen Mother Hospital in Glasgow.(6) But if you're a sacramental church, you need priests to administer the sacraments.(7) Who will administer the department's business?(8) a federal agency would administer new regulations(9) But I'm not sure I agree with police being able to administer corporal punishment!(10) It was August, very hot, and Eoka snipers were shooting at us; on occasion I had to administer to those who had been shot or peppered with shrapnel from a pencil bomb.(11) There are some simple tests which Dr. Anselme wishes to administer to you to ascertain your mental capabilities on this particular day.(12) In the words of the prosecuting lawyer Richard Horwell, ├ö├ç├┐The plan was not only to find the thieves but to administer punishment├ö├ç├û.(13) Zhou suggested closing some small-scale animal farms in poor condition in order to better administer the industry.(14) A number of these revisions allow a presbyter to administer some rites of renewal, particularly the renewal of baptismal vows at the Easter Vigil.(15) Guru Gobind Singh then begged them to administer to him the vows of initiation.(16) A green light flashed over the small inner hatch and the door swung open as Terry Reeve and a makeshift team of medics stormed in and began to administer to the wounded.
(1) to administer :: spravovat
(2) administer to :: podávat
1. manage ::
2. dispense ::
3. inflict ::
4. parcel out ::
5. administrate ::
administer, administered, administering, administers
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