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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.
Translations of “appoint”
in Arabic يُعَيِّن…
in Korean 임명하다…
in Malaysian lantik, tentukan…
in French nommer, fixer…
in Turkish resmen atamak, görevlendirmek…
in Italian nominare, incaricare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 選擇, 任命, 委任…
in Russian назначать…
in Polish mianować…
in Vietnamese bổ nhiệm, định thời gian…
in Portuguese nomear…
in Thai มอบหมาย, นัดหมาย…
in German einstellen, verabreden…
in Catalan nomenar…
in Japanese ~を指名する, 任命する…
in Indonesian mengangkat, metetapkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 选择, 任命, 委派…
(Definition of appoint from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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