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Post Tentang 'MINISTER'
Verb used without object to perform the functions of a religious minister. give service, care or aid attend as wants necessities. minister needs hungry. contribute comfort happiness..
Sequacious 'intellectually servile' . inadmissible 'not capable of being allowed' oligarch, pejorative 'a member a government in which small group exercises control especially for corrupt and selfish purposes' emolument 'the returns arising from office or employment usually the form compensation perquisites'.
In christianity, a minister is person authorized by church or other religious organization to perform functions such as teaching of beliefs leading services weddings baptisms funerals otherwise providing spiritual guidance the community.the term taken from latin "servant" "attendant" which itself .
Min is ter mn str n. . a. one who is authorized to perform religious functions in a christian church, especially protestant church. b. roman catholic the superior certain orders. . high officer of state appointed head an executive or administrative department government. . diplomatic representative .
You might meet a minister of the religious kind pastor or rector., you may government prime .
Dua a person specially trained and authorized to conduct religious services in christian church . our minister gives an interesting sermon every week..
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Definition of minister in certain countries a head government department, member the clergy especially in presbyterian and nonconformist.
minister to someone or something. take care of someone's needs. sarah tried minister the people village. he sought .
Etymology. the term "minister" also is used in diplomacy, for a diplomat of second class such as title minister plenipotentiary ranking between an ambassador and resident comes from middle english deriving old french word ministre originally latin meaning "servant attendant" .