ministry / ˈmɪn ə stri /


ministry 的定义

n. 名词 noun

plural min·is·tries.

  1. the service, functions, or profession of a minister of religion.
  2. the body or class of ministers of religion; clergy.
  3. the service, function, or office of a minister of state.
  4. the body of ministers of state.
  5. any of the administrative governmental departments of certain countries usually under the direction of a minister of state.
  6. the building that houses such an administrative department.
  7. the term of office of a minister of state.
  8. an act or instance of ministering; ministration; service.
  9. something that serves as an agency, instrument, or means.

ministry 近义词

n. 名词 noun

the functions of the clergy

n. 名词 noun

the clergy

n. 名词 noun

a department of state


  1. The ministry continues to work with companies to ensure proper vaccine trials are taking place in Japan, he said.
  2. Heck, I probably would have gotten into the ministry, but I like big butts, I cannot lie.
  3. In almost every country, this is a challenge for different ministries and public services that are used to operating independently.
  4. I think as I grew, I let my ministry grow and my intellect grow and my commitment grow.
  5. “The system of regulation is not working,” says Mack, who argues that the dramatic changes in Hong Kong now require the ministry of defense to regulate Cellebrite and stop all sales there.
  6. The Italian foreign ministry has declined to comment on the video.
  7. It would take a few years for the ministry to change its tune on Borat.
  8. The Italian health ministry said it could not prove a direct correlation between the flu vaccine and the deaths.
  9. There, she and other mothers can take ministry-sponsored courses, including on cooking and avoiding marital conflict.
  10. An Italian Interior Ministry official told The Daily Beast that issues in Africa offered a more accurate explanation.
  11. The policy thus initiated found final expression in the famous Proclamation of 1763, in the early months of Grenville's ministry.
  12. For new taxes, however, it would doubtless be necessary to await the formation of a new ministry.
  13. The formation of a new ministry was not an unusual occurrence in the early years of King George the Third.
  14. It is dutiful for some to give themselves to the work of the ministry, and to vow to do its duties; but not dutiful for all.
  15. Does the experience of the last ten years justify the country in placing confidence, on such a point, in a Whig Ministry?