- vt. 交付；放逐；委托
commit forever; commit irrevocably
give over to another for care or safekeeping;
"consign your baggage"
send to an address
- The goods were consigned to you by railway.
- We will consign the goods to him by express.
- The captured criminals were consigned to the dungeons.
- He consigned all the unpleasant thoughts to oblivion.
- The orphan was consigned to her uncle's care.
- We shall consign our business to you as our sole agent in China.
I would have consigned them both to perdition.出自： C. Rayner
To escape from the academic career to which his family seemed to have consigned him.出自： P. Ackroyd