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designate

US [ˈdezɪɡnət]
UK [ˈdezɪɡnət]
  • v.指定;指派;命名;标示
  • adj.(已受委派)尚未上任;(已当选)尚未就职
  • Web指明;任命;指出
Simple Present:designates  Present Participle:designating  Past Tense:designated  
designate
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v.
1.
命名;指定;认定to say officially that sb/sth has a particular character or name; to describe sb/sth in a particular way
This area has been designated (as) a National Park.
本区已定为国家公园。
Several pupils were designated as having moderate or severe learning difficulties.
几名学生被认定有一定或严重学习困难。
a designated nature reserve
指定的自然保护区
designated seats for the elderly
老人专座
2.
选定,指派,委任(某人任某职)to choose or name sb for a particular job or position
The director is allowed to designate his/her successor.
主任获准选定自己的继任人。
Who has she designated (as) her deputy?
她委任了谁为她的副手?
the man designated to succeed the president
被指派接替主席职务的男人
3.
~ sth (by sth)
标明;标示;指明to show sth using a particular mark or sign
The different types are designated by the letters A, B and C.
不同的类型分别用字母 A、B 和 C 标明。
adj.
1.
[aftern]
(已受委派)尚未上任;(已当选)尚未就职chosen to do a job but not yet having officially started it
an interview with the director designate
与未到任主任的面谈

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Category:AllAll,OralOral,WrittenWritten,TitleTitle,TechnicalTechnical
Source:AllAll,DictionaryDictionary,WebWeb
Difficulty:AllAll,EasyEasy,MiddleMiddle,HardHard
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