Definition of administrator in English:

administrator

noun

  • 1A person responsible for carrying out the administration of a business or organization.

    ‘hospital administrators’
    • ‘In Plymouth, Derriford Hospital is making 90 administrators redundant to save money.’
    • ‘The Sandton business improvement administrators have brought cleanliness and security to the area.’
    • ‘Hospital administrators are looking for more ways to contract out even more treatment functions to private companies.’
    • ‘She noted that institution administrators are responsible for ensuring evacuation and other safety measures.’
    • ‘However, the administrator responsible for filing the incident sheets was on extended sick leave.’
    • ‘His wife Tracey, 42, a hospital administrator, speaks to him most mornings by telephone.’
    • ‘One of our camp administrators has the responsibility for providing support for our international group.’
    • ‘He says that, after a few days, hospital administrators said it was time for him to go.’
    • ‘Meanwhile, city administrators will carry out a further survey in order to create a master plan for the artificial coral reefs.’
    • ‘He didn't make stewardship the responsibility of the church administrator or some committee; he just did it.’
    • ‘A female administrator at Queen Mary Hospital was excused by the defense because she was acquainted with some of the witnesses.’
    • ‘I lived in the hospital accommodation while I was there, and every morning I would go down to breakfast and the hospital administrator would be there.’
    • ‘It says hospital administrators publicly repeated the same claims.’
    • ‘But hospital administrators told them yesterday that the breaches had been a mistake.’
    • ‘By day she juggles motherhood with her job as an administrator at Chippenham Hospital.’
    • ‘Responsible administrators should conduct an inquiry into such things and see that necessary reforms are made.’
    • ‘In contrast, the previous provincial superior of Community B had been a hospital administrator.’
    • ‘Yesterday she spoke with Health Minister Damian Greaves who directed her to the hospital administrator.’
    • ‘I know there must be some reason why the policemen nearby, the market administrator or whomever responsible for this street never stop them.’
    • ‘Our nurse had phoned the director of the maternity unit and the hospital administrator on call.’
    manager, director, managing director, executive, chief executive, controller, chair, chairperson, chairman, chairwoman, head, boss, chief, principal, official, leader, governor, premier, president, superintendent, supervisor, employer, proprietor
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    1. 1.1Law A person legally appointed to manage and dispose of the estate of a deceased person, debtor, or insolvent company.
      • ‘An administrator - a licensed insolvency practitioner - is appointed to run the club.’
      • ‘Under insolvency law, administrators are not obliged to honour vouchers bought before their appointment.’
      • ‘Nobody has any statutory power to appoint an executor or administrator of a will, except a testator, sir.’
      • ‘If there's no will in place then there's a process for appointing an administrator, and the administrator takes over.’
      • ‘Last year his widow sought a High Court order making her administrator of his estate to allow her to collect any cash.’
  • 2A person who dispenses or administers something.

    ‘administrators of justice’

Pronunciation

administrator

/ədˈmɪnɪstreɪtə/