administered, past participle; administered, past tense; administering, present participle; administers, 3rd person singular present;
Manage and be responsible for the running of (a business, organization, etc.)
each school was administered separately
Be responsible for the implementation or use of (law or resources)
a federal agency would administer new regulations
Dispense or apply (a remedy or drug)
paramedic crews are capable of administering drugs
Deal out or inflict (punishment)
retribution was administered to those found guilty
(of a priest) Perform the rites of (a sacrament, typically the Eucharist)
Direct the taking of (an oath)
the chief justice will administer the oath of office
Give help or service
we must selflessly administer to his needs
work in an administrative capacity; supervise or be in charge of; "administer a program"; "she administers the funds"
perform (a church sacrament) ritually; "administer the last unction"
distribute: administer or bestow, as in small portions; "administer critical remarks to everyone present"; "dole out some money"; "shell out pocket money for the children"; "deal a blow to someone"; "the machine dispenses soft drinks"
give or apply (medications)
Management in all business areas and organizational activities are the acts of getting people together to accomplish desired goals and objectives efficiently and effectively. ...
To cause to take, either by openly offering or through deceit; To apportion out, as in administering justice; To manage or supervise the conduct, performance or execution of; to govern or regulate the parameters for the conduct, performance or execution of; to work in an administrative ...
To discharge the duties of an office; to give (as in the giving of an oath).
To pay the debts and wind up the business of a deceased person's estate. Also, to handle and dispose of properties of an estate by an executor, administrator or trustee in conformity with legal procedures and provisions of wills or trust instruments.
To perform an ordinance, such as anointing the sick with oil or saying the set prayers to bless the bread and water of the sacrament.
To deliver to the offender a dose of medication.
This is the act of handling the decedent’s estate and ensuring that the statutory guidelines are followed. An estate is administered whereas a Will is probated.
To give an oath, as to administer the oath of office to the president at the inauguration. To direct the transactions of business or government. Immigration laws are administered largely by the Immigration and Naturalization Service. ...
The direct application of a vaccine or a prescribed drug or device, whether by injection, ingestion or any other means, to the body of a resident (patient).
Exercise and implement control over the performance of specific operations, approved plans, or established policies within the scope of limited and well-defined authority.