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Meaning of “appointment” - Learner’s Dictionary

appointment

noun     /əˈpɔɪntmənt/
TIME [C]
A2 a time you have arranged to meet someone or go somewhere: a doctor's/dental appointment I made an appointment with my hairdresser for next Monday.Meeting peopleOfficial meetings
JOB [C, U]
an occasion when you officially choose someone for an important job, or the job itself: the appointment of three new teachers a temporary appointmentRecruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobsJobs, careers and professionsWorking
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