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nominate

US [ˈnɑmɪˌneɪt]
UK [ˈnɒmɪneɪt]
  • v.提名;推荐;任命;指派
  • Web命名;指定;提名的
Simple Present:nominates  Present Participle:nominating  Past Tense:nominated  
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v.
1.
提名;推荐to formally suggest that sb should be chosen for an important role, prize, position, etc.
She has been nominated for the presidency.
她已经获得了董事长职位的提名。
He was nominated (as) best actor.
他获得了最佳男演员的提名。
I nominated Paul to take on the role of treasurer.
我推荐保罗担任司库。
2.
任命;指派to choose sb to do a particular job
I have been nominated to the committee.
我被任命为委员会委员。
She was nominated to speak on our behalf.
她被指派代表我们发言。
3.
~ sth (as sth)
挑选,指定(时间、日期、名称等)to choose a time, date or title for sth
1 December has been nominated as the day of the election.
12 月 1 日被指定为选举日。

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