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Designate | Definition of Designate by Merriam-Webster
Verb. The wooden stakes designate the edge of the building site. the designated time for the meeting
Designated - definition of designated by The Free Dictionary
3. To select and set aside for a duty, office, or purpose: designated a delegate to represent our department; designated funds for the project. See Synonyms at allocate, appoint.
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named or selected for an office, position, etc., but not yet installed (often used in combination following the noun it modifies): ambassador-designate.
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With a gesture he designated the Fathers of the Grotto, whom he avoided naming. He who was designated First among the council of the Mureess answered.
Designate - definition of designate by The Free Dictionary
It is a fundamental principle of the proposed Constitution, that as the aggregate number of representatives allotted to the several States is to be determined by a federal rule, founded on the aggregate number of inhabitants, so the right of choosing this allotted number in each State is to be exercised by such part of the inhabitants as the State itself may designate.
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Designated is defined as appointed someone to a particular position or gave something a particular purpose.
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DESIGNATE | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
Eighteen bilinguals with ranks at the middle of the range were designated balanced.
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Designate Synonyms, Designate Antonyms - Merriam-Webster
1 to decide upon (the time or date for an event) usually from a position of authority . the designated time for the meeting