noun see delegate II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • delegatee — del·e·ga·tee (dĕl ĭ gə tēʹ) n. One to whom something is delegated. * * * …   Universalium

  • delegatee — noun Someone or something to which something is delegated …   Wiktionary

  • delegatee — del·e·ga·tee …   English syllables

  • delegatee — |delə̇gə|tē noun ( s) : one to whom a debtor is delegated …   Useful english dictionary

  • delegate — delegatee /del i geuh tee /, n. delegator /del i gay teuhr/, n. n. /del i git, gayt /; v. /del i gayt /, n., v., delegated, delegating. n. 1. a person designated to act for or represent another or others; deputy; representative, as in a political …   Universalium

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  • Delegation in IT — If a computer user temporarily hand over his authorizations to another user then this process is called delegation.[1][2] Contents 1 Types of Delegation in IT network 1.1 Delegation at Authentication Level …   Wikipedia

  • delegate — I. noun Etymology: Middle English delegat, from Medieval Latin delegatus, from Latin, past participle of delegare to delegate, from de + legare to send more at legate Date: 15th century a person acting for another: as a. a representative to a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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