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Ministerial

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Adjective

1. ministerial

of or relating to a minister of religion or the minister's office

Example Sentences:
'ministerial duties'

2. ministerial

of or relating to a government minister or ministry

Example Sentences:
'ministerial decree'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Ministerial

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adjective
1. 
of or relating to a minister of religion or his or her office
2. 
of or relating to a government minister or ministry
a ministerial act
3. (often capital)
of or supporting the ministry or government against the opposition
4. law
relating to or possessing delegated executive authority
5. law
(of an office, duty, etc) requiring the following of instructions, without power to exercise any personal discretion in doing so
6. 
acting as an agent or cause; instrumental

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Ministerial

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adjective
1. 
of ministry, a minister, or ministers collectively
2. 
serving as a minister, or agent; subordinate
3. 
a. 
having the nature of or characteristic of the administrative functions of government; executive
b. 
designating or of an administrative act carried out in a prescribed manner not allowing for personal discretion
4. 
being a cause; instrumental

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Ministerial

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adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a minister of religion or of the ministry.
2. Of or relating to administrative and executive duties and functions of government.
3. Law Of, relating to, or being a mandatory act or duty admitting of no personal discretion or judgment in its performance.
4. Acting or serving as an agent; instrumental.

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