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Translation of "nominate" - English-Spanish dictionary

nominate

verb   /ˈnɒm·ɪ·neɪt/
to officially suggest a person for a job or a position in an organization, or to suggest a person for a prize proponer, nominar Judges are nominated by the governor. The movie was nominated for an Academy Award. He was nominated as best actor. You are allowed to nominate three students to serve on the honor board.
(Definition of nominate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nominate

verb /ˈnomineit/
to name (someone) for possible election to a particular job etc nombrar They nominated him as captain.
nomination noun
the act of nominating nombramiento the nomination of a president.
a suggestion of a particular person for a post etc nominación, propuesta We’ve had four nominations for the job.
nominee noun
a person who is nominated for a job etc candidato a presidential nominee.
(Definition of nominate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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