Hello! theres a word in spanish "ministración" and the translator gave "ministration" as the translation of that word in english, but i don't think the share the same meaning. Does anybody know another word for the spanish "ministración"?

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Hello! I need to translate the spanish word "ministración" and all the translator gave me ministration as the english translation for that word. But looking at the dicctionary y realized that they don'e share the same meaning. My question is: Does anybody know a better translation for "ministración"? thakyou

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updated SEP 15, 2009
posted by mim_sandra

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minister -

–noun 1. a person authorized to conduct religious worship; member of the clergy; pastor.

  1. a person authorized to administer sacraments, as at Mass.

  2. a person appointed by or under the authority of a sovereign or head of a government to some high office of state, esp. to that of head of an administrative department: the minister of finance.

  3. a diplomatic representative accredited by one government to another and ranking next below an ambassador. Compare envoy 1 (def. 1).

  4. a person acting as the agent or instrument of another.

–verb (used with object)

6. to administer or apply: to minister the last rites.

  1. Archaic. to furnish; supply.

–verb (used without object) 1. to perform the functions of a religious minister.

  1. to give service, care, or aid; attend, as to wants or necessities.: to minister to the needs of the hungry.

  2. to contribute, as to comfort or happiness.

updated SEP 15, 2009
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posted by 0074b507
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administar=ministrar en este contexto

updated SEP 15, 2009
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here is the sentence i'm tryin to translate: "aprobación del paquete económico y ministración de fondos generando incertidumbre económica, jurídica y política"

updated SEP 14, 2009
posted by mim_sandra
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ministración.

  1. f. ant. Acción de ministrar.

  2. f. ant. cargo (? empleo).

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ministrar.

(Del lat. ministr?re).

  1. tr. p. us. Servir o ejercer un oficio, empleo o ministerio. U. t. c. intr.

  2. tr. p. us. Dar, suministrar a alguien algo. Ministrar dinero, especies.

  3. tr. ant. administrar.

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Fisrt, of all, is this the word in Spanish that you are trying to translate?

¿Es la palabra que buscas? ¿ministración? ¿menstruación?

updated SEP 14, 2009
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can you give the sentence you are trying to use it in?

updated SEP 14, 2009
posted by esoesbasura