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Meaning of MINISTER

Pronunciation:  'ministur

Matching Terms:  minister of finance, minister plenipotentiary, ministerial, ministerialist, ministerially, ministering, ministery

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 Definition: Seeing or dreaming that you are a minister, suggest that you need to be more compassionate and understanding in some situation or relationship. Alternatively, it indicates that you have overstep your boundaries and into another's rights.
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