assign verb (CHOOSE) translation to Mandarin Chinese
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assign

verb [T] (CHOOSE)
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/əˈsaɪn/
[often passive] to give a particular job or piece of work to someone
分配;分派;指派
[+ two objects] UN troops were assigned the task of rebuilding the hospital.
重建这所医院的任务被指派给了联合国部队。
The case has been assigned to our most senior officer.
这个案件已经指派给我们最高级别的警官来处理。
Giving, providing and supplying
If you assign a time for a job or activity, you decide it will be done during that time
定出,确定(时间或期限)
Have you assigned a day for the interviews yet?
你们定下哪一天进行面试了吗?
Decisions and deciding
If you assign a characteristic to something, you state that it has it.
把…归属(于);确定(属性等)
Analysing and evaluatingAssessing and estimating value
to decide a reason for something
把…归因(于);确定(原因)
Detectives have been unable to assign a motive for the murder.
侦探们一直无法确定谋杀的动机。
The report assigned the blame for the accident to inadequate safety regulations.
报告中,事故的责任被归咎于安全规章不健全。
Defining and explaining
(Definition of assign verb (CHOOSE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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