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deputize

verb [I] uk ( UK usually deputise)   /ˈdep.jʊ.taɪz/ us  
to act or speak for another person, especially at work: I'm deputizing for (= doing the job of) the director during his absence.
Translations of “deputize”
in Korean 대행하다…
in Arabic يَنيب…
in Portuguese substituir…
in Catalan substituir, representar…
in Japanese (人の)代理を務める…
in Italian fare le veci, sostituire…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指工作)代理(某人),替(某人)發言…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指工作)代理(某人)…
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