Definition of Administer:

  1. To manage or supervise a task, project, division or company.

Synonyms of Administer

Abide by, Accord, Adhere to, Administer justice, Administrate, Afford, Allocate, Allot, Allow, Apply, Apportion, Assign, Award, Be master, Bestow, Bestow on, Captain, Carry on, Carry out, Carry through, Chair, Chairman, Command, Communicate, Complete, Conduct, Confer, Consign, Control, Deal, Deal out, Deliver, Direct, Disburse, Discharge, Discipline, Dish out, Dispense, Disperse, Dispose, Distribute, Dole, Dole out, Donate, Dose, Dose with, Effect, Effectuate, Enforce, Enforce upon, Execute, Extend, Fill out, Force, Force upon, Fork out, Fulfill, Furnish, Gift, Gift with, Give, Give freely, Give out, Govern, Grant, Hand out, Head, Heap, Help to, Honor, Impart, Implement, Inflict, Issue, Judge, Lavish, Lay on, Lead, Let have, Make, Make out, Manage, Measure out, Mete, Mete out, Mete out to, Observe, Occupy the chair, Offer, Officer, Officiate, Oversee, Parcel out, Pass around, Pay out, Portion out, Pour, Prescribe for, Present, Preside, Preside over, Proffer, Promulgate, Prosecute, Put in force, Put on, Put through, Put upon, Rain, Ration, Regulate, Render, Run, Serve, Share out, Shell out, Shower, Sit in judgment, Slip, Snow, Spoon out, Stand over, Strike, Superintend, Supervise, Supply, Tender, Transact, Vouchsafe, Wield authority, Yield

How to use Administer in a sentence?

  1. I made sure to administer enough drugs to the sick man, so he would be able to take them and feel better.
  2. There were many people on the project team doing important work, but Jason, as project administer , supervised them all and made sure everything came off without a hitch.
  3. As a manager you must be able to administer quick and swift judgement on decisions so that your workers believe in you.

Meaning of Administer & Administer Definition