Examples of administrator in a Sentence
Her eldest son will act as the administrator of the estate.
Recent Examples of administrator from the Web
She is highly educated and has spent more than 25 years as a special-needs teacher and administrator, Ingles said.
The undersecretary need not be a scientist to be an effective administrator, says Poneman, a lawyer.
Runyeon touted Voskuhl's years of experience with the Harford school system, as a teacher and administrator and as a school board member.
There’s one problem with that theory though: Six months into the Trump presidency, NASA still doesn’t have an administrator.
Jones, who spent a decade as a Baylor regent, including two years as board chairman, suggested to the Baylor administrator that one of the women be expelled.
Unlike other provinces, Quebec has no guidelines or laws requiring principals to play ‘O Canada,’ and many administrators are happy not to, even now, as the country marks its 150th year of Confederation.
A study by Alight, a benefits administrator, found that nearly 60 percent of employers are very likely to expand financial wellness programs this year, almost twice as many as three years ago.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver has said he's heard complaints about the one-and-done situation from college coaches and administrators.
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First Known Use of administrator
ADMINISTRATOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of administrator for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to manage a company, school, or other organization
: a person who controls the use of something (such as property or money)
ADMINISTRATOR Defined for Kids
Definition of administrator for Students
: a person who administers business, school, or government affairs
Legal Definition of administrator
1 : a person appointed by a probate court to manage the distribution of the assets in the estate of a person who has died without leaving a valid will or leaving a will that does not name an executor able or willing to perform — see also administratrix, letters of administration at letter 2 — compare executor, personal representative administrator ad litem : an administrator appointed to represent an estate that is a necessary party to a lawsuit administrator cum testamento annexo : administrator with the will annexed in this entry administrator de bonis non \-dē-ˈbō-nis-ˈnän, -dā-ˈbō-nis-ˈnōn\ : an administrator appointed to administer the remaining assets in the estate when the preceding administrator or executor can or will no longer perform administrator pendente lite \-pen-ˈden-tē-ˈlī-tē, -pen-ˈden-tā-ˈlē-tā\ : special administrator 2 in this entry administrator with the will annexed : an administrator appointed to administer an estate where the will names no executor or where the named executor is incapable of performing or unwilling to perform —called also administrator cum testamento annexo ancillary administrator : a subordinate administrator appointed to administer the assets of an estate that are located in a different jurisdiction from the one where the deceased was domiciled and where the primary administration of the estate is taking place foreign administrator : an administrator appointed in another state general administrator : an administrator appointed to administer the entire estate of a deceased person in accordance with the laws of intestacy or in accordance with the will if there is one — compare special administrator in this entry independent administrator : an administrator whose administration of the estate is entirely or mostly unsupervised by the probate court public administrator 1 : a public officer who administers the estates of deceased people when there is no one else willing or entitled to perform 2 : an administrator appointed in some states for the sole purpose of being responsible for the assets in an estate pending settlement of a dispute or when there is doubt as to who should be appointed administrator special administrator 1 : an administrator appointed to administer only a designated part of the deceased person's estate 2 : an administrator appointed for the sole purpose of being responsible for the assets in an estate usually in some emergency (as a will contest) — compare general administrator in this entry
2 : a person that administers; especially often capitalized : the head of a government agency
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