designate

  常用词汇  
['dezɪɡneɪt]     ['dezɪɡneɪt]    
  • vt. 指定;标明;把...定名为;选派
  • adj. 指定的
designative designator designated designated designating designates
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designate的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 指定的
  2. 选定的
  3. 尚未就职
  4. 选出而未上任的
v. (动词)
  1. 指定
  2. 称呼
  3. 委任
  4. 指派
  5. 标出
  6. 表明
  7. 选定
  8. 指出
  9. 指出…的名字
  10. 把…叫做
  11. 任命某人任某职
  12. 表示
  13. 列为
  14. 把…定名为
  15. 指明
  16. 命名
  17. 标示
  18. 标明
  19. 选派

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vt. 任命; 指派 appoint to a position or office
  2. vt. 标明 mark clearly; indicate

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. appointed but not yet installed in office

Verb:
  1. assign a name or title to

  2. give an assignment to (a person) to a post, or assign a task to (a person)

  3. indicate a place, direction, person, or thing; either spatially or figuratively;

    "I showed the customer the glove section"
    "He pointed to the empty parking space"
    "he indicated his opponents"

  4. decree or designate beforehand;

    "She was destined to become a great pianist"

  5. design or destine;

    "She was intended to become the director"

designate的用法和样例:

例句

用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. She was designated sportswoman of the year.
    她被指定为本年度的体坛明星。
  2. The chairman has designated that boy as his successor.
    主席已经指定那个男孩作他的继承人。
  3. Black lines designate boundaries on this map.
    在这幅地图上黑线标示疆界。
  4. The ruler of a kingdom is designated a king.
    王国的统治者称作国王。
  5. He was designated to lead the expedition.
    他被指派率领远征队。
用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. The ambassador designate is going to meet honored foreign guests.
    大使指定人选将要迎接外国贵客。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. The Prime Minister has designated three new members of his government.
    首相任命了三名政府的新成员。
  2. He designated the place where we were to meet.
    他指定了我们见面的地点。
  3. The marks on his shoulder designated the rank of an army officer.
    军官肩上的标记标明他的级别。
  4. Red lines designated main roads on this map.
    在这幅地图上红线条标示干道。
  5. Will you designate the flowers you wish?
    你能说出你想要的花吗?
用作宾补动词 S+~+ n./pron. +(as) n.
  1. I designate Mr. Sharp as the next chairman of this committee.
    我任命夏普先生为这个委员会的下届主席。
  2. The President designated Hussein as his successor.
    总统选定侯赛因作为他的接班人。
  3. They designated the new shopping centre York Plaza.
    他们给这个新购物中心定名为约克购物中心。
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  5. He was designated as the Minister for Education.
    他曾被任命为教育部部长。
  6. The hospital has been designated as a university hospital.
    这所医院已被指定为一所大学的附属医院。
  7. The man has been designated by the President as the next Secretary of State.
    那人已被总统任命为下任国务卿。
  8. The school has been designated as the meeting place for the evening art club.
    该学校被指派为业余艺术俱乐部的会址。
  9. The state was designated a disaster area.
    该州被确定为灾区。
  10. Mary was designated chairman.
    玛丽被任命为主席。
S+~+ n./pron. +to- v
  1. I designate you to act for me while I am away .
    我指派你在我外出期间代理我的职责。
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  3. He was designated to lead the expedition.
    他受到委派率领这支远征队。
  4. He was designated to lead the team.
    他被任命为该队的队长。

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • The twenty Ministers designate..went to Buckingham Palace to be sworn in.

    出自: B. Webb
  • Josiah..was designated to his task before his birth.

    出自: F. D. Maurice
  • Brooke was..designated to succeed Wavell as Commander-in-Chief.

    出自: D. Fraser

designate的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. designate的基本意思是“任命,指派”,它指的是当权者或机构的一种比较正式的选拔和任命。
  2. designate作“任命,指派”解时,是及物动词,后可接名词或代词作宾语,宾语后面可以接动词不定式作宾语补足语。可用于被动结构。
  3. designate后接as作“指定…为; 任命…为”解; 有时也可不用,尤其在表示“称作”时,不用as。
  4. designate作“标明”解时,是及物动词,后接名词或代词作宾语。

词义辨析

v. (动词)
designate, appoint, 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。
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