administrative
adj.
Administrative is used with these nouns: ↑apparatus, ↑arrangement, ↑assistant, ↑autonomy, ↑blunder, ↑building, ↑burden, ↑bureaucracy, ↑chaos, ↑chore, ↑competence, ↑convenience, ↑cost, ↑district, ↑division, ↑duty, ↑efficiency, ↑error, ↑expense, ↑fee, ↑framework, ↑headquarters, ↑hierarchy, ↑incompetence, ↑institution, ↑law, ↑leave, ↑machine, ↑nightmare, ↑office, ↑officer, ↑organ, ↑oversight, ↑personnel, ↑position, ↑practice, ↑procedure, ↑purpose, ↑receiver, ↑record, ↑red tape, ↑reform, ↑responsibility, ↑staff, ↑structure, ↑support, ↑system, ↑task, ↑work, ↑workload

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