وزير, قس, كاهن, وزير مفوض
Noun(1) a person authorized to conduct religious worship(2) a person appointed to a high office in the government(3) a diplomat representing one government to another; ranks below ambassador(4) the job of a head of a government department
Verb(1) attend to the wants and needs of others(2) work as a minister
(1) It had not been easy to do as he wished, for his father was a Presbyterian minister who very much wanted his son to follow him in the religious life and perhaps become a missionary.(2) There are many of us who have chosen to remain nonpartisan and chosen it as an opportunity to minister to both sides of the bird, and to care about the whole country at large.(3) Beelzebub is slowly entering the boys, and through the use of Jack as a minister of evil, delivering the boys to insanity and corruption.(4) A private member is any MP other than the Speaker, a minister or a parliamentary secretary.(5) What shall we do, then, to minister to the Russians, to assist them on the arduous road to ├ö├ç├┐reform├ö├ç├û?(6) Guthrie also referred to another controversy, one stemming from remarks on pluralism by a Presbyterian minister and interfaith leader.(7) He returned to the Foreign Office as minister for Europe.(8) Peter Hain is the foreign office minister given instructions from Prime Minister Tony Blair to bang the drum a bit, even if it involves him going slightly off-message.(9) This is a most refreshing new look at the book of Ecclesiastes, by the minister of Ravesby Presbyterian Church, Sydney.(10) At cataclysmic events in the community (births, illnesses, deaths) the women were present to minister aid and comfort.(11) Last week, Baroness Symons, a Foreign Office minister , announced that Ambassador Craig Murray would go back to Tashkent.(12) Priestley, a nonconformist Presbyterian minister , was supported in his scientific studies by the patronage of the Earl of Shelburne, in whose house Priestley was tutor.(13) The newly ordained priest will minister for the next two years at the church.(14) They would have experience; and by that experience they would be able to minister consolation to those who were in any manner afflicted.(15) In 1987, Mullin himself became a notably thoughtful Labour MP and served for a while as a minister at the Foreign Office.(16) a Unitarian minister
(1) prime minister :: الوزير الأول
1. clergyman ::
3. ambassador ::
4. parson ::
5. tend to ::
1. secular ::
Different Formsminister, ministered, ministering, ministers
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