Sinonimi di officiate
1 (verbo )
to conduct a religious or other ceremonyBishop Silvester officiated at the funeral.
2 (verbo )
to perform the duties of an officeHe has been chosen to officiate at the cup final.
During the interval, he superintended a prize draw.
One of his jobs was supervising the dining room.
be in charge,
His father ran a prosperous business.
He now controls the largest retail development empire in southern California.
You should not let other people control you.
Within two years, he was managing the store.
She will direct day-to-day operations.
handle, , , ,
One report said the aircraft would become difficult to handle.
Get a surveyor to oversee and inspect the various stages of the work.
take charge, ,
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in the sense of celebrate
to perform (a solemn or religious ceremony)Pope John Paul celebrated mass today in a city in central Poland.
in the sense of control
to have power overHe now controls the largest retail development empire in southern California.You should not let other people control you.
have power over,
keep a tight rein on,
have charge of,
have (someone) in your pocket,
keep on a string
in the sense of direct
to conduct or control the affairs ofShe will direct day-to-day operations.
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