The process or activity of running a business, organization, etc.
the administration of the army was divided between a number of bodies
A fee charged to cover administrative costs incurred during a registration, transaction, etc.
A court order requiring the proper administration of the property of a deceased or bankrupt individual, insolvent company, etc.; (in later use also) British a court order under the terms of which an administrator is appointed to manage the affairs of a person or company at risk of insolvency.
A person employed to perform administrative duties; an administrative assistant, a secretary.
A government agency (1935–7) established under the New Deal to administer a number of measures intended to alleviate rural poverty, including one through which impoverished families were relocated to new planned communities.
Authority to administer the estate of someone who has died without making a will
(In the UK) an official appointed to investigate complaints by individuals against public authorities
The people responsible for running a business, organization, etc.