Ministry

  • 1 Ministry — Pays d’origine Chicago …

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  • 2 Ministry — Основная …

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  • 3 Ministry — may refer to: Ministry (collective executive), the complete body of government ministers under the leadership of a prime minister Albanian ministries Canadian ministries The Ministry, also known as the Aireacht, the cabinet of the government… …

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  • 4 Ministry — Min is*try, n.; pl. Ministries . [L. ministerium. See {Minister}, n., and cf. {Mystery} a trade.] [1913 Webster] 1. The act of ministering; ministration; service. With tender ministry. Thomson. [1913 Webster] 2. Hence: Agency; instrumentality.… …

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  • 5 Ministry — auf dem Mera Luna Festival 2006 …

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  • 6 ministry — (n.) late 14c., function of a priest, from O.Fr. menistere service, ministry; position, post, employment, and directly from L. ministerium office, service, attendance, ministry, from minister (see MINISTER (Cf. minister) (n.)). Began to be used… …

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  • 7 ministry — index aid (help), aid (subsistence), bureau, control (supervision), department, relief ( …

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  • 8 ministry — ► NOUN (pl. ministries) 1) a government department headed by a minister. 2) a period of government under one Prime Minister. 3) the work or office of a minister of religion …

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  • 9 ministry — [min′is trē] n. pl. ministries [ME mynysterie < L ministerium < minister,MINISTER] 1. a) the act of ministering, or serving; ministration b) that which serves as a means; agency 2. a) the office, function, tenur …

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  • 10 Ministry — El texto que sigue es una traducción defectuosa o incompleta. Si quieres colaborar con Wikipedia, busca el artículo original y mejora o finaliza esta traducción. Puedes dar aviso al autor principal del artículo pegando el siguiente código en su… …

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  • 11 ministry — noun 1 (BrE) government department ADJECTIVE ▪ government ▪ Agriculture, Defence, Education, Environment, Finance, Foreign, Foreign Affairs, H …

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  • 12 ministry — In the OT there was a ministry of priests and Levites in the Temple, and in NT times synagogues had an official ministry (Luke 4:20; Acts 18:8). Paul gives a list of ministries operating in the Church and all are equally inspired by the Spirit… …

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  • 13 ministry — min|is|try W2 [ˈmınıstri] n plural ministries [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: ministerium, from minister; MINISTER1] 1.) a government department that is responsible for one of the areas of government work, such as education or health ministry… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 14 ministry — [[t]mɪ̱nɪstri[/t]] ♦♦ ministries 1) N COUNT: oft N of n, n N In Britain and some other countries, a ministry is a government department which deals with a particular thing or area of activity, for example trade, defence, or transport. ...the… …

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  • 15 ministry */*/*/ — UK [ˈmɪnɪstrɪ] / US noun [countable] Word forms ministry : singular ministry plural ministries 1) a government department in the UK and some other countries, or the building from which it operates the Dutch foreign ministry ministry of: the… …

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  • 16 ministry — /min euh stree/, n., pl. ministries. 1. the service, functions, or profession of a minister of religion. 2. the body or class of ministers of religion; clergy. 3. the service, function, or office of a minister of state. 4. the body of ministers… …

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  • 17 ministry — / mɪnɪstri/ noun a department in the government ● a ministry official or an official from the ministry ● She works in the Ministry of Finance or the Finance Ministry. ● He is in charge of the Ministry of Information or of the Information Ministry …

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  • 18 ministry — min|is|try [ mınıstri ] noun count *** 1. ) usually singular the profession or work of a church MINISTER: During his ministry he improved the church s local image. a ) usually singular the period of time when someone is a church MINISTER b ) the… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 19 ministry — noun 1) he s training for the ministry Syn: holy orders, the priesthood, the cloth, the church 2) the ministry of Jesus Syn: teaching, preaching, evangelism 3) the ministry for foreign affairs S …

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  • 20 ministry*/*/ — [ˈmɪnɪstri] noun 1) [C] a government department in the UK and in other countries the Dutch foreign ministry[/ex] the Ministry of Defence[/ex] 2) the ministry [singular] the profession or work of a church MINISTER …

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