How to Pronounce minister?

Correct pronunciation for the word "minister" is [mˈɪnɪstə], [mˈɪnɪstə], [m_ˈɪ_n_ɪ_s_t_ə].

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"Minister" in context

A minister is an official who carries out the duties of governing a country or state. They are appointed by the head of state or government, sometimes on the advice of parliament. Ministers typically form part of the executive branch of government. They are responsible for developing, proposing, and implementing policies and programs. As well as overseeing the executive branch, ministers often represent the government in meetings and conferences, and handle international relations. In some countries, ministers may act as the chief executive or head of state.

Ministers are usually members of their country's political party or parties in power, and often serve as members of parliament or of legislative assemblies.

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