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v.t. (Latin administrare to assist, to carry out)
n. (Latin administrare to assist, to carry out)
n. 1. The right or mandate to control, command, act or determine the actions of others and to punish for violations. It is either assigned (usually because of rank or office) or delegated.
n. or transitive v. Is either power or influence applied to the complete and successful direction or manipulation of persons or things.
v. (Govern: Latin gubernare, to steer a ship, rule*. Greek kybernan, to steer)
n. 1. The exercise of direction, authority and control
v. (Manage: from Italian maneggiare - to handle)
n. 1. The organizing and controlling of the affairs of a business or a particular sector of a business
n. Latin mandatum n. a commission. Latin mandare to give into someone’s hand.
adj. Full, complete, entire, absolute, unqualified
Full, complete, entire, absolute and unqualified ability to act
n. To be able, the ability