Translation of administer in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 2 [formal] [punishment/drug/sacrament] to administer sth (
tosb) administrar(le) algo ( aalgn) [formal] she administered the oath to the witness juramentó or le tomó juramento al testigo he administered a stern rebuke to them les administró una severa reprimenda, los reprendió con severidadExample sentences
- The drug and placebo were administered at school.
- Nurses are taking over tasks from junior doctors administering intravenous drugs, doing endoscopies, preoperative assessment, and some prescribing.
- As a young child, Spear helped the local veterinarian with the livestock, including giving blood transfusions and administering medications.
- 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.
- But I'm not sure I agree with police being able to administer corporal punishment!
- A curious person in court then wanted to know if the man had anything to say while he was administering the punishment.
- The Sacrament will be administered by the priests at the ceremonies.
- Male pastoral workers are allowed to work in parishes; deacons can administer the sacraments of baptism and marriage.
- 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.
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