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assign

US [əˈsaɪn]
UK [ə'saɪn]
  • v.指定;指派;转让;分派
  • n.【法】受让人
  • Web分配;赋值;委派
Simple Present:assigns  Present Participle:assigning  Past Tense:assigned  
Assign
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v.
1.
分配(某物);分派,布置(工作、任务等)to give sb sth that they can use, or some work or responsibility
The two large classrooms have been assigned to us.
这两间大教室分配给了我们。
The teacher assigned a different task to each of the children.
老师给每个孩子都布置了不同的作业。
We have been assigned the two large classrooms.
我们分得了这两间大教室。
The teacher assigned each of the children a different task.
老师给每个孩子都布置了不同的作业。
2.
指定;指派to provide a person for a particular task or position
They've assigned their best man to the job.
他们指派了最优秀的人承担这项工作。
British forces have been assigned to help with peacekeeping.
英国军队被派遣协助维持和平。
3.
[usupass]
~ sb to sb/sth
委派;派遣to send a person to work under the authority of sb or in a particular group
I was assigned to B platoon.
我被派到 B 排工作。
4.
确定(价值、功能、时间、地点)to say that sth has a particular value or function, or happens at a particular time or place
Assign a different colour to each different type of information.
给每类信息分别确定一种颜色。
The painting cannot be assigned an exact date.
这幅画的年代确定不了。
5.
~ sth to sb
转让,让与(财产、权利)to say that your property or rights now belong to sb else
The agreement assigns copyright to the publisher.
协议规定将版权转让给出版商。

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