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Translation of "appoint" - English-Spanish dictionary

appoint

verb   /əˈpɔɪnt/
to officially choose someone for a job nombrar He was appointed as company director last year. A new judge will be appointed to the court this fall.
(Definition of appoint from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

appoint

verb /əˈpoint/
to give (a person) a job or position nombrar They appointed him manager They have appointed a new manager.
to fix or agree on (a time for something) fijar, convenir Has a day been appointed yet for the meeting?
appointed adjective
convenido, fijado He arrived before the appointed time.
appointment noun
(an) arrangement to meet someone; I made an appointment to see him. cita, compromiso, hora
the job or position to which a person is appointed puesto, empleo His appointment was for one year only.
(Definition of appoint from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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