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appointment

US [əˈpɔɪntmənt]
UK [ə'pɔɪntmənt]
  • n.约会;预约;任命;委任
  • Web约定;指定
Plural Form:appointments  
appointment
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n.
1.
[c]
约会;预约;约定a formal arrangement to meet or visit sb at a particular time, especially for a reason connected with their work
I've got a dental appointment at 3 o'clock.
我约了下午 3 点看牙医。
to make/keep an appointment
预约;守约
Viewing is by appointment only(= only at a time that has been arranged in advance) .
参观必须预约。
an appointment with my lawyer
与我的律师的约定
an appointment for a blood test
验血预约
She made an appointment for her son to see the doctor.
她为儿子约定了看医生的时间。
2.
[c][u]
~ (as/to sth)
任命;委任the act of choosing a person for a job or position of responsibility; the fact of being chosen for a job, etc.
her recent appointment to the post
她新近获此职位的任命
his appointment as principal
他担任校长的任命
3.
[c]
职务;职位a job or position of responsibility
a permanent/first appointment
固定职位;第一次任职

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