Verb(1) assign a name or title to(2) give an assignment to (a person, a person(3) indicate a place, direction, person, or thing; either spatially or figuratively(4) decree or designate beforehand(5) design or destine
Adjective(1) appointed but not yet installed in office
(1) On most shows, the producers designate someone - often, themselves - as the judges.(2) He was appointed director designate in February, but was originally not to take over until December.(3) The president should not designate a prime minister for the political purposes of winning in the local elections or managing careers for a future presidential candidate.(4) Since local phone lines are often down or congested during natural disasters, designate family members in other parts of the country as contacts to track the status and location of those affected.(5) Our cameras now take you to the Central Polling Office to hear from the Prime Minister designate .(6) The contractor must designate a competent person to assess the excavation and determine that it is safe for project personnel to enter and work.(7) Ask your folks to prepare or update a will and designate a family member to handle medical and financial affairs.(8) In many parts of the country, gays and lesbians could not designate their partners as beneficiaries under employee medical and dental benefits, insurance policies or private pensions.(9) In a major shake-up of management, chief operations office becomes chief executive designate .(10) The term 'glycoglycerolipid' may be used to designate glycolipids containing one or more glycerol residues.(11) Their draft code urges each organisation to set up and publish details of a system for dealing with complaints; and to appoint or designate a member of staff to act as ombudsman.(12) The person reached by telephone was asked whether he or she could speak for the family or if he or she would designate someone else.(13) Power of attorney is a legal device in which an elder will designate another person to act in his or her stead.(14) Any company using less than their free allowance will be able to sell the balance under the scheme to which over 100 countries have signed up, including all EU states as well as the designate members.(15) If possible in your family situation, designate someone to gather and disseminate expert news from the internet.(16) When selling small valuables, such as jewelry, it's best to designate one person to watch over the table.
1. appoint ::
2. classify ::
3. denominate ::
4. doom ::
5. destine ::
6. indicate ::
7. delegate ::
Different Formsdesignate, designated, designates, designating, predesignate, predesignates
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