Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to administration, or to the executive part of government; ministerial.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Pertaining to administration, or to the executive part of government.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to administering or administration.

Etymologies

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administer +‎ -ial

Examples

  • Such a routine "administerial" filing is usually performed by someone in-house, perhaps even at the paralegal level, he said.

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  • Such a routine "administerial" filing is usually performed by someone in-house, perhaps even at the paralegal level, he said.

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  • What are the non response administerial departments within your force?

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  • An amiable chat about everything but the matter at hand would begin at an administerial office, typically in the late morning, over a glass or two of the local vintage.

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  • First, the holder of a high judicial office is taking his colleagues to court over a relatively minor slight: The Chief Justiceship carries some extra power, chiefly the power to assign opinions to other Justices, some administerial duties, some extra pay, and some prestige, but no extravote.

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  • I LOVE Greg, but an organized woman like Lisa will get some administerial things done.

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  • First, the holder of a high judicial office is taking his colleagues to court over a relatively minor slight: The Chief Justiceship carries some extra power, chiefly the power to assign opinions to other Justices, some administerial duties, some extra pay, and some prestige, but no extravote.

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  • "If the national health ministry does not have the administerial powers to fulfil their duties, they should hand the power to us so that we can buy and distribute condoms ourselves," he said.

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  • The President made clear he did not want to see the steel quota bill go through because the United States was going forward on further trade liberalization and progress at the WTO administerial in Seattle; did not want to see us in a position where we were passing a law that would be inconsistent with the rules of the WTO.

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  • MR. STEINBERG: I think it is administerial level, but I'd have to double check on that.

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