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officiate

Pronunciation: /əˈfɪʃieɪt/

Translation of officiate in Spanish:

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • to officiate at sth [at mass/at a wedding] oficiar (en) or celebrar algo to officiate as chair ejercer* las funciones de presidente
    Example sentences
    • At the initial condolence ceremony, the marabout officiates, transmitting his religious blessing or benediction (called al baraka) to the guests.
    • A lama (Buddhist religious leader) officiates at the ceremony.
    • The priest who officiated at the wedding welcomed me equally as a co-celebrant.

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