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delegate

US [ˈdeləɡət]
UK ['deləɡət]
  • n.代表;会议代表
  • v.授(权);把(工作、权力等)委托(给下级);选派(某人做某事)
  • Web委派;委员;特派员
Plural Form:delegates  Present Participle:delegating  Past Tense:delegated  
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n.
1.
代表;会议代表a person who is chosen or elected to represent the views of a group of people and vote and make decisions for them
The conference was attended by delegates from 56 countries.
此次会议有来自 56 个国家的代表出席。
v.
1.
[i][t]
授(权);把(工作、权力等)委托(给下级)to give part of your work, power or authority to sb in a lower position than you
Some managers find it difficult to delegate.
有些经理认为难以做到知人善任。
The job had to be delegated to an assistant.
这工作得交给助手负责。
2.
[t][usupass]
~ sb to do sth
选派(某人做某事)to choose sb to do sth
I've been delegated to organize the Christmas party.
我被选派来组织圣诞聚会。

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