administer


administer
admĭnister, tri, m. [st2]1 [-] celui qui aide, celui qui exécute; travailleur (en t. de guerre). [st2]2 [-] aide, agent, complice, assistant, serviteur, ministre.    - victūs quotidiani administer, Cic. : (l'esclave) chargé de la nourriture de chaque jour.    - jubet opus et administros tutari, Sall. : il ordonne de protéger l'ouvrage et les travailleurs.    - bellum gerere sine administris, Sall. J. 74 : faire la guerre sans aides.    - administer ipsius cupiditatum, Cic. Verr. 2, 2, 54 : agent de ses propres plaisirs.    - administris ad ea sacrificia Druidibus utuntur, Caes. BG. 6 : pour ces sacrifices, ils ont comme ministres les Druides.    - aliquo quasi administro in studiis uti, Gell. : s'aider de qqn dans ses travaux.
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admĭnister, tri, m. [st2]1 [-] celui qui aide, celui qui exécute; travailleur (en t. de guerre). [st2]2 [-] aide, agent, complice, assistant, serviteur, ministre.    - victūs quotidiani administer, Cic. : (l'esclave) chargé de la nourriture de chaque jour.    - jubet opus et administros tutari, Sall. : il ordonne de protéger l'ouvrage et les travailleurs.    - bellum gerere sine administris, Sall. J. 74 : faire la guerre sans aides.    - administer ipsius cupiditatum, Cic. Verr. 2, 2, 54 : agent de ses propres plaisirs.    - administris ad ea sacrificia Druidibus utuntur, Caes. BG. 6 : pour ces sacrifices, ils ont comme ministres les Druides.    - aliquo quasi administro in studiis uti, Gell. : s'aider de qqn dans ses travaux.
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    Administer, administri, m. g. Cic. Qui ministre, sert, ou aide.
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    Administer. Cic. Qui meine et conduit quelque affaire, Qui s'entremet d'icelle.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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