What is officiate?

  • (verb): Act in an official capacity in a ceremony or religious ritual, such as a wedding.
    Example: "Who officiated at your wedding?"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on officiate:

Christian Law Of Marriage In India - Indian Christian Marriage Act - Publication of Such Notice
... Church, and if the Minister of Religion to whom such notice has been delivered be entitled to officiate therein, he shall cause the notice to be affixed in some conspicuous part of such Church ... But if he is not entitled to officiate as a Minister, in such Church, he shall, at his option, either return the notice to the person who delivered it to him, or deliver it to some other Minister entitled ...
Official (American Football) - History - Female Officials
... In 2007, Sarah Thomas became the first woman to officiate a major college football game, working a game between Memphis and Jacksonville State ... Thomas later became the first woman to officiate a bowl game when she worked as a line judge during the 2009 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl between Marshall and Ohio ... Terri Valenti became the first female to officiate professional football when she began working United Football League games in 2009 ...
Mohsen Torky - Referee Career
... Mohsen Torky started to officiate in the top league in Iran in 2000 and after just three years he became a FIFA listed referee ... he became the first Iranian referee to officiate the game in 14 years ... Torky was also officiate in the 2011 AFC Asian Cup ...
Marcus Vinnerborg - Officiating Career
... He was then selected to officiate at the 2006 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships in Riga, Latvia, where he officiated until the semifinals started ... He was again selected to go the World Championship in 2007, and he was selected to officiate the final between Canada and Finland ... Linköping lost the game and Vinnerborg was not chosen to officiate the next game, Linköping's coach Janne Karlsson criticised the league since the four-man ...
Dick Bavetta - NBA Officiating Career
... He was assigned to officiate his first playoff game in 1986 ... televised contest between the Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics when he was forced to officiate an NBA game by himself after his partner, Jack Madden, broke his leg in a collision with Celtics ... He returned the next day to officiate a New Jersey Nets game ...

More definitions of "officiate":

  • (verb): Perform duties attached to a particular office or place or function.
    Synonyms: function