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- (intransitive, transitive) To perform the functions of some office.
- She officiated as registrar at the wedding.
- She officiated the wedding as registrar.
- (intransitive, transitive, sports) To serve as umpire or referee.
- This is the second time he has officiated at a cup-final.
- He's never officiated a cup-final before.
Translationsto perform the functions of some office
- Polish: sędziować
officiate (plural officiates)
- A person appointed to office
- second-person plural present indicative of officiare
- second-person plural imperative of officiare
- second-person plural present subjunctive of officiare
- feminine plural of officiato
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