part of speech: noun
Sentence from text: Her eldest son will act as the administrator of the estate.
1: a person legally vested with the right of administration of an estate
2a: one who administers especially business, school, or governmental affairs
b: a person who manages a computer network or system network administrators
3: a priest appointed to administer a diocese or parish temporarily
Synonyms: administrant, archon, director, exec, executive, manager, superintendent, supervisor
Related forms of word: administrate, administration, administrated, administrates, administer...
My own sentence: The administrator of the high school is disscusing about the complecation with the computers.My sketch: None yet
First known use: 15th century
History and Etymology: Middle English administratour, borrowed from Anglo-French, borrowed from Latin administātor "person in charge, manager," from administrāre "to ADMINISTER" + -tor, agent suffix