administrate administrate  /æd ˈmɪ nɪ ˌstreɪt/


  • (v) work in an administrative capacity; supervise or be in charge of


  • What ad campaigns will have to be scrubbed and what themes will be stressed depends on the man chosen to administrate the new code.


  • Joe Medley's In My Opinion: Local connections keep local eyes on pro baseball

    The good folks who administrate the OxfordBlack GoldBaseball page on Facebook sure have been busy lately, keeping up with minor leaguers. There’s Jackson Stephens in the Cincinnati Reds’ organization, Zach Lovvorn in the Kansas City Royals organization and Saxon Butler in the New York Yankees’ system.
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Anniston Star


  1. "There's a comfort level that Brady can walk in, administrate the offense and do even more than that," Savage said. "He does have some mobility, is physically strong and has a good arm. The mental part is going to end up being his greatest...
    on Feb 28, 2008 By: Phil Savage Source: USA Today

  2. "It will be like competing with every other team. I'm not going to play, and he's not going to play. We're going to coach, he's going to administrate, and it's the Falcons players versus the Bucs players," Gruden said. "I'm really tired of...
    on Dec 19, 2003 By: Jon Gruden Source: USA Today

  3. "There is nobody who has received one penny to administrate the trust," Ditka said. "The guys have done it all on their own."
    on Dec 11, 2007 By: Mike Ditka Source: USA Today

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