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  1. appoint

    • IPA[əˈpoint]

    美式

    • v.
      assign a job or role to (someone);determine or decide on (a time or a place)
    • verb: appoint, 3rd person present: appoints, gerund or present participle: appointing, past tense: appointed, past participle: appointed

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. assign a job or role to (someone):

      she has been appointed to the board

      they appointed her as personnel manager

    • 2. determine or decide on (a time or a place):

      they appointed a day in May for the meeting

    • 3. decree:

      such laws are appointed by God

    • 4. decide the disposal of (property of which one is not the owner) under powers granted by the owner:

      trustees appoint the capital to the beneficiaries

    • adj. (of a time or place) decided on beforehand; designated:

    • she arrived at the appointed time

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    • adj. (of a time or place) decided on beforehand; designated:

    • she arrived at the appointed time

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    • adj. having assumed a position or role without the endorsement of others:

    • self-appointed experts

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    • adj. having assumed a position or role without the endorsement of others:

    • self-appointed experts

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    • adj. (of a building or room) having a high standard of equipment or furnishing:

    • comfortable and well-appointed apartments

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    • adj. (of a building or room) having a high standard of equipment or furnishing:

    • comfortable and well-appointed apartments

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    • IPA[əˈpɔɪnt]

    英式

    • v.
      assign a job or role to (someone):
    • she has been appointed to the board

      they appointed her as personnel manager

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