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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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v. - Perform duties attached to a particular place or function; Act in an authorized capacity in a ceremony or religious ritual, such as a wedding.

Usage examples (32)
  • When his playing days were over he returned many times to officiate as an official referee for League games.
  • Yeah, and I'd say they "officiate" more than they "judge" anyway, so election official is an accurate description.
  • A German "woman bishop", who alledgedly had been ordained by an unnamed sympathetic real bishop, will "officiate" at tomorrow's ceremony.
  • The primary focus of interest is who would "officiate" during his hospitalisation. for more
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