officiate definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To perform the duties and functions of an office or a situation of expert.
    • To act as an officiant.
    • Sports To serve as a referee or umpire.
    • to behave as an officer in carrying out a duty; to transact business of an office or general public trust; to carry out a public service or solution.
  • verb-transitive:
    • use Problem to execute from a situation of authority (the official task or purpose).
    • use Problem To serve as an officiant at (a ceremony): officiated the wedding ceremony.
    • Usage Problem To act as a referee or umpire at (a game): officiated the hockey game.
    • To discharge, do, or supply, as the state responsibility or purpose.
  • verb:
    • to do the features of some company.
    • To act as umpire or referee.
    • act in the state ability in a ceremony or spiritual ritual, such a marriage
    • perform obligations mounted on a particular office or place or function
  • others:
    • to execute official tasks; do such formal functions, tasks, or ceremonies as pertain to an office or post; offer.
    • to execute or take part in.
    • to produce; hand out.

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