administrative[ ad-min-uh-strey-tiv, -struh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF administrative
Synonyms for administrative
- in charge
- in control
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADMINISTRATIVE
They are long in coming to anything—these French administrative projects!
The powers of the ordinary council are administrative rather than legislative.
It is not an administrative body, but an assembly of sages who are to make legislation their study.
This must be, they concluded, some kind of administrative measure, no doubt.
This assembly would nominate an administrative council of ten members.
It is the smallest unit in the administrative organisation of the country.
Their governors, administrative officers, and legislatures were Republican, too.
It has proved its value also as a training for administrative and other public careers.
The Grange is perhaps too conservative in its administrative policy.
With regard to administrative matters, Moscow was granted a constitution.