administratively

administrative

[ad-min-uh-strey-tiv, -struh-]
adjective
pertaining to administration; executive: administrative ability.

Origin:
1725–35; < Latin administrātīvus. See administrate, -ive

administratively, adverb
nonadministrative, adjective
nonadministratively, adverb
preadministrative, adjective
subadministrative, adjective
subadministratively, adverb
unadministrative, adjective
unadministratively, adverb
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administration (ədˌmɪnɪˈstreɪʃən)
 
n
1.  management of the affairs of an organization, such as a business or institution
2.  the duties of an administrator
3.  the body of people who administer an organization
4.  the conduct of the affairs of government
5.  term of office: often used of presidents, governments, etc
6.  the executive branch of government along with the public service; the government as a whole
7.  chiefly (US) (often capital) the political executive, esp of the US; the government
8.  chiefly (US) a government board, agency, authority, etc
9.  property law
 a.  the conduct or disposal of the estate of a deceased person
 b.  the management by a trustee of an estate subject to a trust
10.  a.  the administering of something, such as a sacrament, oath, or medical treatment
 b.  the thing that is administered
 
ad'ministrative
 
adj
 
ad'ministratively
 
adv

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administrative
1731, from L. administrativus, from pp. stem of administrare (see administer).
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