appoint
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appoint(
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poynt
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to designate)
a. nombrar a
The council appointed Jerry as president.El consejo nombró a Jerry como presidente.
b. designar a
The charity decided to appoint a campaign coordinator to maximize its fundraising drive.La organización benéfica decidió designar a un coordinador de campaña para maximizar la recaudación de fondos.
2. (to set)
a. fijar
The team members met at the time appointed by the team leader.Los miembros del equipo se juntaron a la hora fijada por el capitán del equipo.
b. señalar
The committee president has the authority to appoint the date and time of the next meeting.El presidente del comité tiene la autoridad de señalar la fecha y la hora de la próxima reunión.
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appoint
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (person, committee)
a. nombrar, designar
to appoint somebody to a postdesignar a alguien para un cargo
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appoint [əˈpɔɪnt]
transitive verb
1 (nominate) nombrar;to a
they appointed him chairman le nombraron presidente; they appointed him to do it le nombraron para hacerlo
2 [+time, place] fijar; señalar;for para
at the appointed time a la hora señalada
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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