person at the head of a government department or a main branch of one
person, usually of lower rank than an ambassador,representing his government in a foreign country
Christian clergyman, especially in the Presbyterian and someNonconformist churches
give help or service
"clergymen are usually called ministers in Protestant churches"
"Minister of Finance"
"I have to minister to my mother all the time"
"She is ministering in an old parish"
The community, of which the magistrate is only the minister.
出自： S. Johnson
The story..was able to minister true consolation.
出自： A. P. Stanley
A nurse ministers to the sick.
Those who minister to others are happier than those who think only of themselves.
He often ministers to a sick man's wants.
It will minister to our needs.
The warm-hearted nurses carefully minister to the needs of the wounded soldiers at the hospital.
误 He is a Prime Minister of our country.
正 He is the Prime Minister of our country.
析 the Prime Minister表示“首相”这一职位, the不可用a代替。
误 Minister has been summoned to the bedside of the dying patient.
正 A minister has been summoned to the bedside of the dying patient.
析 表示“一位牧师”用a minister,其中a不可省略。