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synonyms for administrative

  • bureaucratic
  • departmental
  • governmental
  • legislative
  • managerial
  • organizational
  • policy-making
  • regulatory
  • supervisory
  • authoritative
  • central
  • commanding
  • controlling
  • deciding
  • decisive
  • directing
  • directive
  • directorial
  • executive
  • governing
  • in charge
  • in control
  • jurisdictional
  • official
  • presiding
  • regulative
  • ruling
  • supervising
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How to use administrative in a sentence

He also argued that the board delegated administrative authority to his office years ago.
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In fact, a study by OfficeTeam, an administrative staffing company, found that 56 ­percent of employees who can take an hour for lunch actually take less than 30 minutes—and almost one-third admit to working while they eat.
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It is good advice, SEOs should look to automate reporting, billing and other administrative tasks when possible.
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The University of California, San Diego, is a major employer in the region with thousands of administrative staff.
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Cosgrove had been put on paid administrative leave as his role in the shooting was investigated by his department, and returned to the department after the investigation closed.
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So, we have this, you could call, administrative data, which tracks people’s address histories.
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Public functionaries will receive their orders for military service from their respective administrative chiefs.
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It was a limitation of Thomas Hutchinson's excellent administrative mind that lie was wholly unaware of this crisis.
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Meantime this fatal administrative weakness was greatly counterbalanced by the political divisions among the Scots.
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As a result of this act, several county administrative offices were merged for more efficient and economical management.
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WORDS RELATED TO ADMINISTRATIVE

  • administrative
  • approved
  • bureaucratic
  • canonical
  • departmental
  • ex cathedra
  • ex officio
  • executive
  • imperial
  • lawful
  • legal
  • legitimate
  • magisterial
  • mandatory
  • ruling
  • sanctioned
  • sovereign
  • supreme
  • absolute
  • administrative
  • ascendant
  • authoritative
  • conducting
  • controlling
  • determining
  • directing
  • dominant
  • dominating
  • executive
  • gubernatorial
  • guiding
  • influential
  • magisterial
  • mastering
  • ordering
  • overseeing
  • presidential
  • regulatory
  • restraining
  • ruling
  • supervisory
  • supreme
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