Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A steward; an overseer.
  • noun G. Yale.

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Examples

  • E se no final conseguir livrar-me do cargo de administrador do condomínio, faço uma festa!

    Ataque dos Monstros Horripilantes da Dimensão Vizinha!

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    Home to Chaos

  • But Sefior Escobedo, the Mexican government administrador who flies in to present the idea to the people of Tapachula, is patient and persuasive, and appears to know what he is talking about.

    Mother Of Storms

  • We pointed him out to the administrador, who brought in two fierce watchdogs, but the toad set up his back and spirted his acrid liquor, and the dogs could not be got to go near him.

    Anahuac : or, Mexico and the Mexicans, Ancient and Modern

  • We had ridden a hundred miles over a rough country in the last forty-eight hours, and were glad to get a rest at Orizaba; but on the morning of the third day we were in the saddle again, accompanied by a new friend, the English administrador of the cotton-mill at Orizaba.

    Anahuac : or, Mexico and the Mexicans, Ancient and Modern

  • We passed sugar-plantations with their wide cane-fields, the sugar-houses with tall chimneys, and the balconied house of the administrador, keeping a sharp look out over the village of negro-cabins, arranged in double lines.

    Anahuac : or, Mexico and the Mexicans, Ancient and Modern

  • Daniel was Lee's brother, four years his junior, an administrador of a sugar estancia in the Province of Camagüey; a man who, absorbed in his crops and his adopted Spanish-tropical civilization, rarely returned to the United States.

    Cytherea

  • Although for a long time Dona Isabel had been sure in her own mind that Pancho Cueto, her administrador, was robbing her, she had never mustered courage to call him to a reckoning.

    Rainbow's End

  • We were left there alone; groans and cries came from the panic-stricken, struggling mass of people behind us; just beneath us in the emptied corridor stood the bull, snorting with lowered head, pawing the ground; in the arena, the administrador, green with terror and anxiety, shouted commands to the pallid and trembling attendants.

    Five Nights

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