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administratrix

[ ad-min-uh-strey-triks, ad-min-uh-, ad-min-uh-strey- ]
/ ædˌmɪn əˈstreɪ trɪks, ˌæd mɪn ə-, ædˈmɪn əˌstreɪ- /
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noun, plural ad·min·is·tra·tri·ces [ad-min-uh-strey-truh-seez, -struh-trahy-seez]. /ædˌmɪn əˈstreɪ trəˌsiz, -strəˈtraɪ siz/. Law.

a woman who is an administrator.

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Origin of administratrix

1620–30; <Medieval Latin administrātrix, feminine of administrator; see -trix

usage note for administratrix

See -trix.
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