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administer

US [ədˈmɪnɪstər]
UK [ədˈmɪnɪstə(r)]
  • v.执行;管理(公司、组织、机构等);治理(国家);施行
  • Web给予;实施;掌管
Simple Present:administers  Present Participle:administering  Past Tense:administered  
administer
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v.
1.
[oftpass]
~ sth
管理(公司、组织、机构等);治理(国家)to manage and organize the affairs of a company, an organization, a country, etc.
to administer a charity/fund/school
管理一家慈善机构╱一项基金╱一所学校
The pension funds are administered by commercial banks.
养老基金由商业银行经管。
2.
~ sth
施行;执行to make sure that sth is done fairly and in the correct way
to administer justice/the law
司法;执法
The questionnaire was administered by trained interviewers.
问卷调查是由经过训练的采访人员负责执行的。
3.
~ sth (to sb)
给予;提供to give or to provide sth, especially in a formal way
The teacher has the authority to administer punishment.
老师有权处罚。
4.
[oftpass]
给予,施用(药物等)to give drugs, medicine, etc. to sb
Police believe his wife could not have administered the poison.
警方认为他的妻子是不可能下毒的。
The dose was administered to the child intravenously.
已给那孩子静脉注射了一剂药物。
5.
~ a kick, a punch, etc. (to sb/sth)
踢;打to kick or to hit sb/sth
He administered a severe blow to his opponent's head.
他朝着对手的头部狠狠打了一拳。

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