administrar


administrar
v.
1 to manage, to run (empresa, finca).
administrar justicia to administer justice
Ellos administran las ganancias They administrate the profits.
2 to administer (medicamento, sacramentos).
Ricardo administra medicamentos Richard administers=purveys medicines.
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administrar
verbo transitivo
1 (bienes, justicia) to administer
2 (dirigir) to manage, run
3 (suministrar) to give
le administró una aspirina she gave him an aspirin
verbo pronominal administrarse
1 (manejarse) to manage one's own money, manage one's own affairs
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verb
1) to manage, run
2) administer
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1. VT
1) (=organizar) to administer; (Com) to manage, run
2) [+ justicia, sacramento] to administer
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) <empresa> to manage, run; <bienes> to manage, administer (frml)
b) (frml) (dar) <sacramentos/medicamento> to give, administer (frml)
2.
administrarse v pron

debes aprender a administrarte — you have to learn to budget

administrarse bien/mal — to manage one's money well/badly

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= administer, administrate, mete out, husband.
Ex. Until Groome appeared, city officials were chosen not so much for their ability to administer the affairs of their offices as for who they knew; hence, old-style machine politics with its accompanying corruption found a congenial atmosphere in which to operate.
Ex. The article 'Women in industry: where and how they administrate' concludes that there are fewer women in management than men and they earn less.
Ex. Governmental intervention has been criticized for the lenience of penalties meted out & the lack of a cohesive strategy.
Ex. Traditionally private collections were husbanded by private individuals until some institution felt it worthwhile to incorporate them into its own collection.
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* administrar castigo = administer + punishment.
* administrar dinero = manage + funds.
* administrar el presupuesto = manage + funds.
* administrar el tiempo = manage + time.
* administrar justicia = dispense + justice.
* administrarse = pace.
* administrar tranquilizantes = sedate.
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) <empresa> to manage, run; <bienes> to manage, administer (frml)
b) (frml) (dar) <sacramentos/medicamento> to give, administer (frml)
2.
administrarse v pron

debes aprender a administrarte — you have to learn to budget

administrarse bien/mal — to manage one's money well/badly

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= administer, administrate, mete out, husband.

Ex: Until Groome appeared, city officials were chosen not so much for their ability to administer the affairs of their offices as for who they knew; hence, old-style machine politics with its accompanying corruption found a congenial atmosphere in which to operate.

Ex: The article 'Women in industry: where and how they administrate' concludes that there are fewer women in management than men and they earn less.
Ex: Governmental intervention has been criticized for the lenience of penalties meted out & the lack of a cohesive strategy.
Ex: Traditionally private collections were husbanded by private individuals until some institution felt it worthwhile to incorporate them into its own collection.
* administrar castigo = administer + punishment.
* administrar dinero = manage + funds.
* administrar el presupuesto = manage + funds.
* administrar el tiempo = manage + time.
* administrar justicia = dispense + justice.
* administrarse = pace.
* administrar tranquilizantes = sedate.

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administrar [A1 ]
vt
1 ‹organización/empresa› to manage, run; ‹bienes/propiedades› to manage, administer (frml)
sabe administrar bien sus asuntos she knows how to manage her affairs
2 (dar) ‹sacramentos› to give, administer (frml) ‹inyección/medicamento› (frml) to give, administer (frml)
administrarse
v pron
lo que pasa es que te administras mal the problem is that you're no good with money o you don't know how to handle your money
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administrar (conjugate administrar) verbo transitivo
a)empresa/bienesto manage, administer (frml)

b) (frml) (dar) ‹sacramentos/medicamentoto give

administrarse verbo pronominal:
administrarse bien/mal to manage one's money well/badly

administrar verbo transitivo
1 to administer
2 (gobernar, conducir) to run, manage

'administrar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
gestionar
- manejar
English:
administer
- dispense
- mismanage
- budget
- give
- manage
- rule
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administrar
vt
1. [empresa, finca] to manage, to run;
[casa] to run; [país] to govern, to run; [recursos] to manage;
administra bien tu dinero don't squander your money;
administrar justicia to administer justice
2. [medicamento] to administer
3. [sacramentos] to administer
See also the pronominal verb administrarse
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administrar
v/t
1 medicamento, sacramentos administer, give
2 empresa run, manage; bienes manage
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administrar vt
: to administer, to manage, to run
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administrar vb
1. (empresa) to manage / to run [pt. ran; pp. run]
administra muy bien la empresa he manages the company very well
2. (justicia, medicamento) to administer

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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