French translation of 'officiate'
1. [priest] officier
to officiate at a marriage célébrer un mariage
2. (= act)
to officiate as Mayor exercer les fonctions de maire
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- he's rather ancient, but I'm sure he'd be delighted to officiate.ON A WICKED DAWN (2002)
Anna and I were corralled into letting him officiate at our wedding ceremony.LOVE YOU MADLY (2002)
As the Archbishop of Bordeaux is in your entourage, he could officiate.HERE BE DRAGONS (2002)
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