designate

  • 21designate — verb dɛzɪgneɪt give a specified name, position, or status to: he was designated as prime minister. adjective dɛzɪgnət [postposition] appointed to an office or position but not yet installed: the Director designate. Derivatives designator noun… …

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  • 22designate — verb 1) some firms designate a press officer Syn: appoint, nominate, delegate, select, choose, pick, elect, name, identify, assign 2) the rivers are designated Sites of Special Scientific Interest Syn …

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  • 23designate — des•ig•nate v. [[t]ˈdɛz ɪgˌneɪt[/t]] adj. [[t] nɪt, ˌneɪt[/t]] v. nat•ed, nat•ing, adj. 1) to mark or point out; specify 2) to denote; signify; mean 3) to name; entitle; style 4) to nominate or select, as for a duty or office 5) gov named or… …

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  • 24designate — verb (t) /ˈdɛzɪgneɪt / (say dezignayt) (designated, designating) 1. to mark or point out; indicate; show; specify. 2. to name; entitle; style. 3. to nominate or select for a duty, office, purpose, etc.; appoint; assign. –adjective /ˈdɛzɪgnət /… …

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  • 25designate — adjective / dezɪgnət/ appointed to a job but not yet working ● the chairman designate (NOTE: always follows a noun) ■ verb / dezɪgneɪt/ to appoint someone to a post …

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  • 26designate — To indicate, select, appoint, nominate, or set apart for a purpose or duty, as to designate an officer for a command. To mark out and make known; to point out; to name; indicate. New Haven Federation of Teachers v. New Haven Bd. of Ed., 27… …

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  • 27designate — To indicate, select, appoint, nominate, or set apart for a purpose or duty, as to designate an officer for a command. To mark out and make known; to point out; to name; indicate. New Haven Federation of Teachers v. New Haven Bd. of Ed., 27… …

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  • 28designate — To refer to or denote …

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  • 29designate — Synonyms and related words: advert to, allocate, allot, allude to, appoint, apportion, appropriate, assign, baptize, be taken as, call, choose, christen, define, delegate, delineate, denominate, denote, depute, determine, dictate, dub, earmark,… …

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  • 30designate — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. name, specify, indicate, point out; appoint. See nomenclature, choice, indication. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To specify] Syn. indicate, set apart, point out, mark out, name, characterize, entitle,… …

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  • 31designate — des·ig·nate || dezɪgneɪt v. show, indicate adj. intended, marked out for, chosen (though not yet installed) …

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  • 32designate — v. a. 1. Specify, particularize, distinguish, indicate, denote, show, point out, mark out, select. 2. Characterize, describe, define. 3. Denominate, name, entitle, style, call, term, christen, dub. 4. Appoint, assign, allot …

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  • 33designate — verb 1) she designated her successor Syn: appoint, nominate, depute, delegate; select, choose, pick, elect, name, identify, assign 2) the building was designated a historical site Syn …

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  • 34designate — v 1. indicate, signify, denote, signal; mark or point out, show, make known, express, formulate, mention, note; specify, state in detail, stipulate, particularize, individualize, pinpoint; earmark, set aside. 2. characterize, depict, represent,… …

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  • 35designate — des·ig·nate …

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  • 36designate — [ˈdezɪgˌneɪt] verb [T] 1) to formally choose someone or something for a particular purpose 2) formal to give someone or something a particular name designation [ˌdezɪgˈneɪʃ(ə)n] noun [C/U] …

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  • 37designate —   Wae, koho, kuhikuhi …

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  • 38designate — / dezɪgneɪt/ verb to identify something or someone in a particular way …

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  • 39designate — To mark out and make known; to point out; to name; to indicate. State v Madison State Bank, 77 Mont 498, 251 P 548. To locate definitely, as on a map. Southern Pacific Railroad Co. v United States, 168 US 1, 54, 42 L Ed 355, 378, 18 S Ct 18. To… …

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  • 40Designate (Colombia) — Designate redirects here. For other uses, see designated and All pages beginning with designat . Under the Colombian Constitution of 1886 the Designate was a person a member of the Senate or member of the Cabinet selected to act as President when …

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