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appointed
ə'pɔɪntɪd
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Subject to appointment.
  2. Selected for a job.
  3. Provided with furnishing and accessories (especially of a tasteful kind).
  4. Fixed or established especially by order or command.
Hyphenationap•point•ed
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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指定的zhǐdìng deassigned
指定zhǐdìngto appoint; to assign; to indicate clearly and with certainty; designated
任人rènrénto appoint (somebody to a post)
任用rènyòngto appoint; to assign
委任wěirènto appoint
委派wěipàito appoint
指派zhǐpàito assign; to appoint; assignment
提调tídiàoto supervise (troops); to appoint (officers); to select and assign
历任lìrènto hold jobs successively; appointed (from one job to another)
聘任pìnrènto appoint (to a position); appointed
rènto assign; to appoint; to take up a post; office; responsibility; to let; to allow; to give free rein to; no matter (how, what etc); measure word for the number of terms served in office, post, or rank; (Chinese surname)
差使chāishǐto send; to assign; to appoint; servants of an official; official messenger
选派xuǎnpàito select; to detail; to set apart; to appoint
定点dìngdiǎnto determine a location; designated; appointed; specific; fixed (time); fixed point (geometry); fixed-point (number)
引用yǐnyòngto quote; to cite; to recommend; to appoint
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