appoint

  核心词汇  
[ə'pɔɪnt]     [ə'pɔɪnt]    
  • v. 任命;委派;指定;约定
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appoint的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

v. (动词)
  1. 任命,委任,指派,选派,分派,派
  2. 约定,确定,决定,指定(时间、地点等)
  3. 给...提供装备,给…提供设备,配备
  4. 【律】处置(财产)
  5. <古>命令,下令,规定
  6. 【法律】行使处置财产权
  7. 行使任命的权力

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vt. 定,指定; 约定 choose, decide, fix a time, place, etc.
  2. vt. 任命,委派 choose for a post; set up by choosing members
  3. vt. 布置,陈设 furnish, equip

英英释义

Verb:
  1. create and charge with a task or function;

    "nominate a committee"

  2. assign a duty, responsibility or obligation to;

    "He was appointed deputy manager"
    "She was charged with supervising the creation of a concordance"

  3. furnish;

    "a beautifully appointed house"

appoint的用法和样例:

例句

用作动词 (v.)
  1. The company decided to appoint a new treasurer.
    公司决定任命一位新司库。
  2. They appointed him chairman.
    他们任命他为主席。
  3. As a top manager, he should appoint none but people on their merit.
    作为一位总经理,他应该任人为贤。
  4. We must appoint a new teacher soon.
    我们必须尽快委派一个新教师。
  5. He wasn't there at the appointed time.
    他没有在指定的时间在那里。
  6. We must appoint a day to meet again.
    我们要约定好下次会面的日期。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+ ~+n./pron.
  1. They appointed a meeting place.
    他们确定了会晤地点。
  2. The judge appointed the trial place.
    法官确定了审判地点。
  3. We must appoint a new manager soon.
    我们必须快点任命一名新经理。
  4. We must appoint a new teacher as soon as possible.
    我们必须尽快选派一位新教师。
  5. The president can appoint the Cabinet.
    总理可以任命内阁。
  6. He said his government hadn't appointed any delegates.
    他说他的政府没有委派什么代表。
  7. The Chinese government has appointed its representatives to the conference.
    中国政府已指定出席这次会议的代表。
  8. We must appoint a day to meet again.
    我们要约定好下次会面的日期。
  9. Let's appoint a day to have a lunch together.
    让我们定一个共进午餐的日子吧。
  10. The decorator appointed the hotel with ultramodern furnishings.
    这位装修工用极其现代化的陈设装饰这家旅馆。
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  12. He applied for the job and was appointed.
    他申请做那个工作并得到了委任。
  13. He accepted the challenge, and a day was appointed to try the match.
    他接受了这个挑战,并且约定了比赛的日期。
  14. The old hotel was not very well appointed.
    这家老旅馆陈设不太好。
  15. The house was miserably appointed.
    这所房子陈设简陋。
  16. The hotel is elegantly and comfortably appointed.
    这旅馆陈设得雅致舒适。
S+~+to- v
  1. He had appointed to meet us at the entrance of the theatre.
    他约定和我们在剧场门口碰头。
S+~+that/wh-clause
  1. He appoints that this shall be done at once.
    他下令立即做此事。
  2. The head of the workshop appointed that the work should be finished in two days.
    车间主任下令这项工作必须在两天之内完成。
  3. The king could appoint whom he pleased.
    国王可以任命他所喜欢的任何人。
S+~+ n./pron. +(to be/as) n./pron.
  1. They appointed him chairman.
    他们任命他为主席。
  2. They appointed me president of the association.
    他们任命我为该协会的主席。
  3. Nixon appointed Kissinger the Secretary of State.
    尼克松任命基辛格为国务卿。
  4. We appointed him to be president of the club.
    我们任命他为俱乐部主任。
  5. The board of directors appointed him to be manager.
    董事会任命他为经理。
  6. They appointed him to be Chairman of the Committee.
    他们任命他为该委员会的主席。
  7. He appointed the school-house as the place for the meeting.
    他指定校舍为开会地点。
  8. We appointed 8 o'clock as the hour to begin the match.
    我们确定8点为比赛开始的时间。
  9. They appointed her as deputy.
    他们委派她为代表。
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  11. He was appointed secretary.
    他被任命为秘书。
  12. Wister has been appointed Prime Minister.
    威斯特已被任命为首相。
  13. He was appointed the leader of a scout squad.
    他被任命为侦察班的班长。
  14. He was appointed minister to a foreign country.
    他被任命为驻外公使。
  15. His father was appointed postmaster.
    他的父亲被任命为邮政局长。
  16. I have just been appointed our firm's representative in Paris.
    我刚被委任为我公司驻巴黎的代表。
  17. March 5 was appointed as the day for the meeting.
    已确定3月5日为开会日期。
  18. He was appointed as ambassador to the United Nations.
    他被委任为驻联合国大使。
  19. Her husband was appointed as a committee of establishment.
    她丈夫被任命为筹委会委员。
S+~+ n./pron. +to- v
  1. She appointed me to come at six.
    她约我6点钟来。
  2. They appointed her to take care of that old man.
    他们委派她照顾那位老人。
  3. They appointed me to organize an investigation team.
    他们指派我组织一个调查组。
  4. He appointed commissioners to examine the claims and ordered payment.
    他任命了几位代表核实账目并还清了债务。
  5. We must appoint a committee to handle the matter.
    我们必须委派一个委员会来处理此事。
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  7. He has been appointed to teach at the new school.
    他已经被委派到那所新学校去教书。
  8. I was appointed to take his place.
    我被任命接替他的职务。
  9. A committee was appointed to draw up a new constitution.
    指定了一个委员会来起草新章程。
其他
  1. Our visitors arrived at the appointed time.
    我们的客人在约定的时间来了。
  2. Then she waited for me at the appointed place.
    然后她就在约定的地方等候我。
  3. Then each of us performed his appointed task.
    然后我们就各自进行他指定的工作。
  4. It was a luxuriously appointed room.
    这是一个陈设豪华的房间。

常用短语

用作动词 (v.)
appoint for (v.+prep.)
    为(某事)约定(时间) fix (a time) for (a purpose)
    appoint sth for sth

    Appoint the time and place for the meeting.

    决定开会的时间和地点吧。

    We must appoint a day for the next meeting.

    我们要为下次会议确定个日子。

    We shall have to appoint another day for the rest of our business.

    我们只好再约一天来处理其余的事。

    What time did the principal appoint for the assembly?

    校长决定在什么时候召开那次大会?

    We appointed the next day for the outing.

    我们约定第二天郊游。

    I'll be there at the time which was appointed for our meeting.

    我会按时赴约。

    September 1 was appointed for the ceremony.

    仪式确定在9月1日举行。

appoint to (v.+prep.)
    任命 choose sb for a position
    appoint sb to sth

    As president, he appointed men to his cabinet whom he considered most capable for the job.

    作为总统,他委派最能干的人到内阁供职。

    They appointed him to a high office.

    他们任命他做高级官吏。

    The Dragon King was overjoyed and appointed the turtle to a very high position.

    龙王大喜,给了乌龟很高的官职。

    Members of Parliament are selected, but Ministers are appointed to Cabinet posts by the Prime Minister.

    议员是选举产生的,但内阁大臣是由首相任命的。

    Who will be appointed to the chairmanship when Mr.Bell leaves?

    贝尔先生离职以后,谁会被派来担任主席?

    In August he was appointed to the position of secretary.

    在8月份,他被指定担任秘书。

    He has been appointed to a job with the Red Cross.

    他已被指派做红十字会的工作。

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • The Lord had appointed to defeate the good counsell of Ahithophel.

    出自:Bible (AV): 2 Samuel

appoint的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. appoint的基本义是“确定,指定,约定”。可以指定某一时间或地点做某事; 可以指定某人担任某职务; 也可以指派某人做某事; 还可以把物品放在指定的地方。
  2. appoint是及物动词,其后可接名词或代词作宾语,也可以接由动词不定式短语、“as/to be+ n. ”充当补足语的复合宾语, as和to be常可省略。appoint作“命令”(正式用语)解时还可接that从句,不过有些陈旧。
  3. appoint的过去分词appointed常用作定语或表语,表示“陈设”。
  4. appoint常可用于被动结构。

词义辨析

v. (动词)
appoint, designate, elect, name, nominate
  • 这组词都表示“宣布某人的职务、地位、工作”等。其区别是:
  • designate指当权的人或机构的选拔和任命,口气非常正式,有时到了生硬的程度; name则指不侧重选择,强调宣布,语气不那么正式,常用于政治机构或政府办公室人员的提名; nominate从词源学看,与name等同,但意思不同,指提出人选,供决策人取舍; elect指从候选人中作出最后的选择; appoint指不经选举的任命,任命人在法律上有这样的权力,这种选举本身可能是专断的,也可能是明智的。
  • 词源解说

    • ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语,直接源自古法语的apointier,意为安排,解决的apointer:a (到) + point (位),意为到位。
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