(also, in short, ‘admin’; plural: ‘administrators‘; female: old usage ‘administratrix‘; for the right pronunciation, please click here)
a person who oversees/manages office matters of a business or government or private establishment or office;
a person appointed by a court of law to manage or distribute the estate or property of a person who died without making a will, usually finding the legal heirs and distributing the estate or property among them;
a person/an official appointed by a government to administrate an agency or a department,
All most all the large business companies and businesses need efficient administrators to run the day to day business smoothly.
Mr. Kent resigned as our school administrator because he was charged with neglect of duty and misuse of power.
All the heirs of the rich man who died recently agreed to accept the decision made by the court appointed administrator.
Some churches and other religious organisations appoint part-time administrators to supervise the activities of their organisations.