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  1. designate

    • v.
      appoint (someone) to a specified position;officially assign a specified status or ascribe a specified name or quality to
    • adj.
      appointed to an office or position but not yet installed
    • verb: designate, 3rd person present: designates, gerund or present participle: designating, past tense: designated, past participle: designated

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. appoint (someone) to a specified position:

      he was designated as prime minister

    • 2. officially assign a specified status or ascribe a specified name or quality to:

      certain schools are designated “science schools”

      a personality disorder that Adler designates the Ruling Type

    • 3. signify; indicate:

      the term “brainstem” designates the medulla, pons, and mesencephalon

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. appointed to an office or position but not yet installed:

      the Director designate

    • n. a person who abstains from alcohol at a social gathering so as to be fit to drive others home.

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    • n. a member of a group who abstains from alcohol in order to drive the others safely.

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    • n. a non-fielding player named before the start of a game to be in the batting order, typically in place of the pitcher.

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    • n. a nonfielding player named before the start of a game to be in the batting order, typically in place of the pitcher.

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    • 更多解釋
    • v.
      appoint (someone) to a specified office or post:
    • he was designated as prime minister
    • adj.
      appointed to an office or post but not yet installed:
    • the Director designate

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