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1. Appoint definition, to name or assign to a position, an office, or the like; designate: to Appoint a new treasurer; to Appoint a judge to the bench

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2. Appoint: to decide upon (the time or date for an event) usually from a position of authority

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3. To select or designate to fill an office or a position: Appointed her the chief operating officer of the company

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4. To fix or set by authority or by mutual agreement: will Appoint a date for the examination

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5. To furnish; equip: a house that is comfortably Appointed

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6. Find 53 ways to say Appoint, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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7. Appoint 'Appoint' is a 7 letter word starting with A and ending with T Crossword clues for 'Appoint' Clue Answer; Assign to a position (7) Appoint: Assign a job to (7) Choose for a job (7) Assign to a job (7) Chose for a job (7) Assign officially (7) Synonyms, crossword answers and …

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8. The board of directors Appointed Mark as head of the party-planning committee.

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9. Appoint: To designate, select, or assign authority to a position or an office

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10. Although sometimes used interchangeably, elect and Appoint do not have the same meaning

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11. Election refers to the selection of a public officer by the qualified voters of the community, and Appointment refers to the selection of a public officer by one authorized by

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12. The President can Appoint someone as ambassador to another county; that means to give them the job or recommend them for it.

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13. Appoint definition: If you Appoint someone to a job or official position, you formally choose them for it

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14. The plaintiffs then asked the court to Appoint an elisor to sign the deeds in place of the defendants

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15. The court obliged and Appointed the San Diego County Superior Court Clerk to sign the deeds, who did so

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16. The basis of the appeal was unrelated to the Appointment of the elisor.

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17. To Appoint someone in a given role, position, or office

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18. The board of directors Appointed Mark as head of the party-planning committee

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19. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Appoint ap‧point / əˈpɔɪnt / W3 verb [transitive] 1 CHOOSE JOB/WORK to choose someone for a position or a job officials Appointed by the government Appoint somebody to something He’s been Appointed to the State Supreme Court

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20. Appoint somebody to do something A committee was Appointed to

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21. – Raymond Alvarez was Appointed a new position of Fairmont-Marion County Historian

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22. Should Appoint substitute counsel when a proper showing has been made at any stage

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23. [W]hen a defendant satisfies the trial court that adequate grounds exist, substitute counsel should be Appointed

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24. To select or designate to fill an office or a position: Appointed her the chief operating officer of the company

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25. To fix or set by authority or by mutual agreement: will Appoint a date for the examination

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26. To furnish; equip: a house that is comfortably Appointed

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27. A bipartisan group of senators called on Secretary of State Antony Blinken to Appoint a new senior official to lead the State Department's efforts to address ongoing anomalous health incidents

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28. 2 days ago · Last month, the Coalition secured a commitment from the Boy Scouts of America to Appoint a survivor to its National Executive Board, adding greater accountability and ensuring that current and

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29. Appoint somebody They have Appointed a new head teacher at my son's school

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30. Appoint somebody to something She has recently been Appointed to the committee

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31. Appoint somebody (as) something They Appointed him (as) captain of the English team

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32. The mayor must Appoint — and the council must approve — a replacement by Oct

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33. President Joe Biden said Friday that he plans to Appoint an official from outside his administration to oversee implementation of the large infrastructure bill he intends to sign on Monday.

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34. “In light of the events that have transpired this week, I believe the governor cannot wait any longer to Appoint members to this commission so it may do the critical work of identifying and

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35. Connecting the best people to the best companies since 1979.<br><br>We have been retained by a high growth firm in Palo Alto, CA - looking to Appoint a new Human Resources Generalist.<br><br>This is an excellent opportunity for an

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36. Czech president prepares to Appoint prime minister, gov’t November 17, 2021 GMT FILE - Leader of center-right Spolu (Together) coalition Petr Fiala attends the last debates at the public radio before the poll stations open for the parliamentary election in …

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37. The Sudanese general who seized power in a coup this week said the military he heads will Appoint a technocrat prime minister to rule alongside it within a week

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38. Instacart To Appoint Meredith Kopit Levien, President And CEO Of The New York Times Company, And Lily Sarafan, Co-founder And Executive Chair …

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39. ‘‘Let us now Appoint the laws by which our country may remain in peace.’’ ‘The first of these, the external or political kingdom of Christ in the visible church, consists in his absolute and supreme authority, to Appoint the laws of his church, and rulers by these laws.’

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40. ISLAMABAD: Kulbhushan Jadhav, Indian national detained in Pakistan, has been given more time by the Islamabad High Court to Appoint a legal counsel to …

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41. Dean Smith has been Appointed as the new manager of Norwich City, as the former Aston Villa boss was out of a job for about a week

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42. Tottenham on Tuesday Appointed former Chelsea and Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte as their new manager following the sacking of Nuno Espirito Santo after an ill-fated four-month reign.

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43. Czech president prepares to Appoint prime minister, gov't

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44. The City of Bixby has announced they've Appointed a new chief for the police department

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45. Norwich have confirmed the Appointment of Dean Smith as their new head coach

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46. The only way to make ISI non political is to let army Chief make the decision to Appoint the DG ISI ! Recommend 0

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47. NEW DELHI: The Uttar Pradesh government on Friday informed the Supreme Court that it will Appoint a retired HC judge by Monday to supervise the …

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48. Mohammad Shokaib was Appointed first secretary or charge d'affaires at the embassy, which has not had an ambassador in place since the previous Western-backed government …

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49. Mike Parson garnered national criticism for his push to prosecute a newspaper reporter who discovered a security flaw in a state website, a Democratic lawmaker is urging the governor to Appoint members of a cybersecurity commission created by a bill he signed in July.

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50. ‘South Park’ creators Appoint executive chef of Casa Bonita after acquisition Local News

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APPOINT [əˈpoint]

VERB
appoint (verb) · appoints (third person present) · appointed (past tense) · appointed (past participle) · appointing (present participle)

Synonyms: Nominate . Name . Designate . Commission . Engage . Adopt . Co-opt . Select . Choose . Elect . Detail . Reject . Specify . Determine . Assign . Designate . Allot . Set . Fix . Arrange . Choose . Establish . Settle . Authorize . Ordain . Prescribe . Decree .

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