Definition of administrator :
1. A man who manages or settles the estate of an intestate, or of a testator when there is no competent executor; one to whom the right of administration has been committed by competent authority.
2. One who administers affairs; one who directs, manages, executes, or dispenses, whether in civil, judicial, political, or ecclesiastical affairs; a manager.
custodian, supervising director, head of the department, president, guardian, bureaucrat, consul, executive secretary, chief executive, trustee, producer, bursar, chairman of the board of directors, chief controller, the brains, minister, pencil pusher, Chief Executive Officer, divisional supervisor, front office, impresario, vice-president in charge, chairman, over, person in authority, department head, secretary, premier, registrar, comptroller, executive director, CEO, principal, key person, treasurer, person in charge, provost, district manager, vice-president, commissar, chair, ambassador, director-general, head, inspector, organizer, official, exec, big shot, controller, administrant, decision maker
director (part of speech: noun)
executive, manager, commander, superintendent, dean, king, boss, mayor, commandant, warden, band master, governor, captain, chief, supervisor, queen, foreman, taskmaster, Lord, overlord, general, overseer, leader, baron, director, conductor, ringleader, ringmaster, officer, master, ruler
judge (part of speech: noun)
- That one found in 1895 very little disposition among the white settlers to grumble at the administration seemed chiefly due to the great personal popularity of the genial Administrator, Dr. L. S. Jameson. - "Impressions of South Africa", James Bryce.
- Preferable even to this are the piping times of peace, when the German administrator, with rare exceptions, singularly unhappy in his dealing with the chiefs, would not hesitate to thrash a chief before his villagers, and condemn him to labour in neck chains, on the roads among his own subjects. - "Sketches of the East Africa Campaign", Robert Valentine Dolbey.
- He saw its evils more clearly than any of these eminent men, because he had a more scientific eye, and because he had had the invaluable training of a political administrator on a large scale, and in a very responsible post. - "On Compromise", John Morley.