appointment noun (JOB) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "appointment" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

appointment

noun (JOB)
工作
 
 
/əˈpɔɪnt.mənt/
[C or U] when someone is officially chosen for a job, or the job itself
任命,委派
his appointment as senior lecturer
聘任他為高級講師
We would like to announce the appointment of Julia Lewis as head of sales.
我們很高興地宣佈朱麗亞‧路易士被任命為銷售部主任。
Our department expects to make five new appointments (= appoint five new people) this year alone.
我們部門預計今年一年就會聘任五位新職員。
Recruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobs
by appointment in the UK, used by businesses to show that their goods and services are sold to the Queen, and that they are of good quality
經女王御准(英國商家用來表示其商品或服務可提供給皇室,因而品質很好)
Carter's Ltd, confectioners by appointment to the Queen
卡特有限公司,女王禦准糖果商
Business and commerce - general words
(Definition of appointment noun (JOB) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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