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appoint

US [əˈpɔɪnt]
UK [ə'pɔɪnt]
  • v.任命;委任;确定(时间、地点)
  • Web约定;指定;委派
Simple Present:appoints  Present Participle:appointing  Past Tense:appointed  
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v.
1.
任命;委任to choose sb for a job or position of responsibility
They have appointed a new head teacher at my son's school.
我儿子读书的学校任命了一位新校长。
She has recently been appointed to the committee.
她最近获委任为委员会成员。
They appointed him (as) captain of the English team.
他们任命他为英格兰队队长。
A lawyer was appointed to represent the child.
一名律师被指定为这个孩子的代理人。
2.
[usupass]
~ sth
安排,确定(时间、地点)to arrange or decide on a time or place for doing sth
A date for the meeting is still to be appointed.
会议日期尚待确定。
Everyone was assembled at the appointed time .
全体人员均按规定时间召集到场。

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