Translation of administer in Spanish:

administer

administrar, v.

Pronunciation /ədˈmɪnɪstə//ədˈmɪnəstər/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (manage)
    (estate/fund/business) administrar
    • It will continue to administer the existing business in Salisbury.
    • Yang will continue to devote ‘a sufficient amount of his time and attention’ to direct and administer the group's business, the company said.
    • The Old Company followed suit in February 1797, although it continued to administer the business from Berwick.
    • However, the electric council which administers the industry has insisted on gradual rate increases in an effort to avoid social upheaval against the measure.
    • The project is administered by a community organization in Cape Breton.
    • Police training promoted and administered by domestic violence organizations have brought about undeniable improvements in the way police respond to domestic violence calls.
    • California requires any organization that administers a gift annuity program to provide adequate reserves for any annuities sold in California or to California residents.
    • The reality is that, once the company had appointed him to administer its business there was nothing very much left for her to do in her capacity as director.
    • All student organizations are administered by representatives.
    • Zhou suggested closing some small-scale animal farms in poor condition in order to better administer the industry.
    • There is no doubt that the governmental department administering the railway industry, has the right to make adjustments to prices within the industry.
    • Some might want to outsource the entire recruitment function to a dedicated team that manages and administers all of the company's recruitment activity from our premises.
    • Some, as Telberg suggests, say it's self-preservation: the holders will be required to join whatever organization ultimately administers it.
    • Part 1 is a very serious part of this legislation, and in my view is a very serious departure from the usual way in which the Government administers its affairs.
    • The site is operated by the Pew Center on the States, a research organization administered by the University of Richmond.
    • Skylink will manage and administer the airports.
    • I just thought that I was helping someone else administer the website.
    • In addition English Heritage looks after guardianship monuments, administers the management and consent procedures for Scheduled monuments, and provides support for archaeological advisers in local authorities.
    • Who will administer the department's business?
    • Land boards, composed of elected and appointed members, administer the allocation of tribal land.
  • 2formal

    (punishment/sacrament/drug) administrar formal
    to administer sth to sb administrar(le) algo a algn
    • she administered the oath to the witness juramentó / le tomó juramento al testigo
    • he administered a stern rebuke to them les administró una severa reprimenda
    • Parish directors and lay ministers are asked to prepare candidates for baptism or marriage, then to step aside when a priest arrives to administer the sacraments.
    • Parish priest Fr Francis McAteer administered the Last Rites at the scene.
    • Four child therapists who were trained and supervised by an experienced cognitive behavioural therapist administered all therapy.
    • Misread radiographs and pathology specimens, laboratory errors, and mistakes made in administering radiation therapy also threaten the safety of patients.
    • It was noisy and filled with high-tech equipment for monitoring indicators of medical status and administering medications or other treatments.
    • In the words of the prosecuting lawyer Richard Horwell, ‘The plan was not only to find the thieves but to administer punishment’.
    • Physical punishment is administered, although parents tend to be indulgent with young children.
    • The nurses administer anti-inflammatory medications intramuscularly or per rectum rather than using narcotics, if possible.
    • The means to accomplish this were literate sermons, adhering closely to the liturgy of the church; catechising the young; and administering the sacraments.
    • The clergyman administered the Last Rite upon the departed.
    • Male pastoral workers are allowed to work in parishes; deacons can administer the sacraments of baptism and marriage.
    • In these either the Congregational minister in situ or from outside or a lay officer of the church has administered the infant baptisms.
    • In the 20th century, physicians administered electroshock therapy or injected high doses of insulin to induce seizures.
    • The Bishop of Killaloe visited the parish to administer the Sacrament of Confirmation on the pupils of the local schools.
    • Ma chose to defend his department chiefs rather than administering reasonable punishments and sincerely apologizing for the blunders.
    • For example, your question might be whether it is ethical for nurses to administer placebo medication.
    • The drug and placebo were administered at school.
    • But I'm not sure I agree with police being able to administer corporal punishment!
    • I assumed she was ill, but now that I find her here, I can tell that she was skipping class, and it is my job to administer the correct punishment.
    • The study drug was administered intravenously at weekly intervals for 5 doses.
    • The steroid is administered intravenously in a dosage of 1 to 2 mg per kg every six to 12 hours.
    • The drug is administered intravenously once a month.
    • As a young child, Spear helped the local veterinarian with the livestock, including giving blood transfusions and administering medications.
    • Nurses are taking over tasks from junior doctors administering intravenous drugs, doing endoscopies, preoperative assessment, and some prescribing.
    • In both, a civil action had been brought against a teacher who had administered corporal punishment.
    • Bishop William Lee will administer the sacrament in St. Patrick's Church at 11 a.m.
    • The nurse administers preoperative medications ordered by the anesthesia care provider or surgeon.
    • Nurses usually prepared and administered intravenous drugs on the wards, but cytotoxic drugs were prepared centrally by the pharmacy department.
    • The monotheists among them were deputed to administer this punishment.
    • All that's left is to decide whether she or her father should administer the punishment.
    • And the old English common law treated the servant as a member of the family and that's why the master could administer corporal punishment for example.
    • The preoperative nurse or the anesthesia care provider administers a prophylactic antibiotic as requested by the surgeon.
    • I felt as if I'd interrupted a priest administering last rites.
    • Medical skills are needed to start intravenous lines, set up intravenous infusion sets, and measure out and administer the appropriate drugs.
    • The Sacrament will be administered by the priests at the ceremonies.
    • Though much of the current focus is on drugs, bar codes are also being used to increase the safety of medical devices used to administer those drugs.
    • A number of these revisions allow a presbyter to administer some rites of renewal, particularly the renewal of baptismal vows at the Easter Vigil.
    • His Lordship Dr. Bill Murphy Bishop of Kerry will administer the Sacrament to girls and boys who have been preparing for this special occasion for some time.
    • From the founding of Botany Bay to 1967, the punishment was administered as the ultimate penalty of the law, in great frequency during the convict era but much less so later.
    • Law enforcement officers and medical staff watched whilst the punishment was administered.
    • Radiation therapy is administered two ways: externally or internally.
    • Besides she is his, shouldn't he be the one to administer any punishment?
    • His fate seemed sealed when aides administered the Sacrament of Anointing, or last rites, on Thursday.
    • Bishop Laurence Ryan is only administering the Sacrament of Confirmation in 16 Parishes in 2002.
    • New York institutions, the study found, were slow to administer drug therapies that effectively fight the illness.
    • Father Noel Dunphy administered the Sacrament to the children from the four schools in the parish.
    • The freedom of churches to administer the sacraments is as fundamental a religious liberty as there can be.
    • They had to preach, administer the sacraments and look after the spiritual welfare of the people.
    • On the more practical side, we also have an Animal Protection Law, which administers effective punishments for misuse, abandoning and torture of animals.
    • And he used to administer corporal punishment every morning to the boys.
    • At common law teachers are in loco parentis and may administer corporal punishment in respect of the conduct of the child at, or on its way to or from school.
    • ‘I volunteer to administer the punishment,’ she announced, raising her hand.
    • To address these social problems we have to do more to address what has gone wrong instead of only administering punishment to those who fail.
    • Maureen Power read the list of candidates for Confirmation and then the Bishop administered the sacrament with the sponsors by the side of the boys and girls.
    • We found that emergency facilities ranged widely from the provision of simple analgesia to that of intravenously administered drugs and full resuscitation facilities.
    • Her mother and elder sisters administered these punishments.
    • Similar regulations on the Continent are either being ignored or blatantly flouted, with no punishment being administered by the member state.
    • But if you're a sacramental church, you need priests to administer the sacraments.
    • Bishop Donal McKeown administered the sacrament of confirmation to children in the Parish on Thursday.
    • A curious person in court then wanted to know if the man had anything to say while he was administering the punishment.