minister englannista suomeksi
(quote-book)|title=A Letter of Advice to the Duke of Buckingham|text=Ministers to kings, whose eyes, ears, and hands they are, must be answerable to God and man.
(RQ:Shakespeare Winter's Tale), I choſe / ''Camillo'' for the miniſter, to poyſon / My friend ''Polixenes:'' (..)
to function as a clergyman or as the officiant in church worship
To afford, to give, to supply.
(RQ:KJV) Now he that miniſtreth ſeede to the ſower, both miniſter bread for your foode, and multiply your ſeede ſowen, and encreaſe the fruites of your righteouſneſſe)
a minister (gloss)
A (l), a person who is commissioned by the government for public service.
(alternative form of)
a (l) (q)
a minister (member of government, cabinet)
a minister (in the foreign affairs administration)