minister

  1. a person authorized to conduct religious worship
  2. a person appointed to a high office in the government
  3. a diplomat representing one government to another; ranks below ambassador
  4. (British) the job of a head of a government department

Minister

Head of a government department.
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minister

(8) a servant.
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minister

(from the article `cabinet`) In Great Britain today, the cabinet consists of about 15 to 25 members, or ministers, appointed by the prime minister, who in turn has been appointed ... ...power rests with the Council of Ministers, headed by the prime minister, who is chosen by the majority party or coalition in the Lok Sabha and is ... ...
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minister

[n] - a person appointed to a high office in the government 2. [n] - a diplomat representing one government to another 3. [n] - (British) the job of a head of a government department 4. [v] - attend to the wants and needs of others 5. [v] - work as a minister
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Minister

• (n.) A representative of a government, sent to the court, or seat of government, of a foreign nation to transact diplomatic business. • (n.) An officer of justice. • (n.) One who serves at the altar; one who performs sacerdotal duties; the pastor of a church duly authorized or licensed to preach the gospel and administer the sacram...
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minister

noun a diplomat representing one government to another; ranks below ambassador
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minister

noun the job of a head of a government department
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Minister

[Catholic Church] In the Catholic Church the term minister enjoys a variety of usages. It most commonly refers to the person, whether lay or ordained, who is commissioned to perform some act on behalf of the Church. It is not a particular office or rank of clergy, as is the case in some other churches, but minister may be used as a collecti...
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Minister

[Christianity] In Christian churches, a minister is someone who is authorized by a church or religious organization to perform functions such as teaching of beliefs; leading services such as weddings, baptisms or funerals; or otherwise providing spiritual guidance to the community. The term is taken from Latin minister `servant, attendant`,...
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Minister

[parliamentary government] Photograph by Tim Kiser. The Partridge River in Bartlett Township of Todd County, Minnesota, 21 August 2004. ...
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Minister

Min'is·ter intransitive verb 1. To act as a servant, attendant, or agent; to attend and serve; to perform service in any office, sacred or secular. « The Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister Matt. xx. 28. 2. To supply or to ...
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Minister

Min'is·ter noun [ Middle English ministre , French ministre , from Latin minister , orig. a double comparative from the root of minor less, and hence meaning, an inferior, a servant. See 1st Minor , and confer Master , Minstrel .] 1. A servan...
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Minister

Min'is·ter transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Ministered ; present participle & verbal noun Ministering .] [ Middle English ministren , Old French ministrer , from Latin ministrare . See Minister ...
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Minister

1) One who performs a number of church duties. 2) The title for a preacher or pastor in many Protestant churches (Smith and Green 1995
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Minister

An officer who is placed near the sovereign, and is invested with the administration of some one of the principal branches of the government.Ministers are responsible to the king or other supreme magistrate who has appointed them.international law. This is the general name given to public functionaries who represent their country abroad, such as am...
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Minister

From the Latin word for ?servant,? in the ecclesiastical sense a minister is (1) an ordained cleric or (2) one who has the authority to minister to others.
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minister

minister, in diplomacy: see diplomatic service; extraterritoriality.
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minister

minister, in government: see cabinet.
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minister

To furnish or apply; to afford; to supply; to administer. 'He that ministereth seed to the sower.' (2 Cor. Ix. 10) 'We minister to God reason to suspect us.' (Jer. Taylor) ... Origin: OE. Ministren, OF. Ministrer, fr. L. Ministrare. See Minister. ... 1. To act as a servant, attendant, or agent; to attend and serve; to perform service in any office,...
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