Meaning of officiate
Pronunciation: (u-fish'ē-āt"), [key]
— v., -at•ed, -at•ing.
- to perform the office of a member of the clergy, as at a divine service.
- to perform the duties or function of some office or position.
- to serve as referee, umpire, or other official in a sports contest or game.
- to serve as the priest or minister of (a divine service, religious ceremony, etc.).
- to perform, carry out, or fulfill (an official duty or function).
- to act as a referee, umpire, timekeeper, or other official for (a sports contest or game).
- officiate (Thesaurus)