任じる, 命じる, 命ずる, 仰せ付ける, 任ずる, 取り立てる, アサート, 任命する, 補する
Verb(1) create and charge with a task or function(2) assign a duty, responsibility or obligation to(3) furnish
(1) As His sovereignty extends to His worship, so it is His sole prerogative to appoint the laws of His worship, to command of His subjects the way they ought to worship Him.(2) trustees appoint the capital to the beneficiaries(3) The first of these, the external or political kingdom of Christ in the visible church, consists in his absolute and supreme authority, to appoint the laws of his church, and rulers by these laws.(4) On a document being tabled, a motion may be moved without notice to appoint a day for its consideration or for it to be printed.(5) However, I missed a recent test, because I forgot to appoint a time that I would take it.(6) In my view this document carries greater weight than others cited in the inquiry, for example the Tithe maps because it discharged an express obligation to set out and appoint roads.(7) Complaints against decisions pertaining to assemblies shall be filed directly to the Supreme Administrative Court within 3 days of the date of delivery of the decision concerned; unless hindered from doing so by formal obstacles, the Court shall appoint the date of the hearing no later than within 7 days of the date of filing the complaint.(8) It isn't as though the Ambassador issued a decree saying ├ö├ç├┐I appoint such and such.├ö├ç├û(9) The nephew had no child but purported to appoint the property by will.(10) So, our submission has always been that that is a beneficial interest in the sense that he has the ability through control of the trustee company to appoint corpus or income to himself.(11) The surviving spouse must have a power of appointment to appoint the property to the survivor's own self or estate.(12) ├ö├ç├┐Let us now appoint the laws by which our country may remain in peace.├ö├ç├û(13) This weakens the potential for presidents to rely on their political appointees as agents of presidential control of the bureaucracy.(14) As a result, completely inappropriate people are appointed to rather important jobs.(15) A new board of directors was appointed to oversee the financially-troubled project.(16) The process by which people are appointed to inquiries appears wholly opaque, raising the suspicion that politicians appoint people who will give them the result they want.
(1) to appoint :: 任命します
1. nominate ::
2. specify ::
3. charge ::
4. name ::
1. discharge ::
2. dismiss ::
3. expel ::
4. fire ::
Different Formsappoint, appointed, appointee, appointees, appointing, appointive, appoints
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