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- dirprwyo'rrhoddwyd awdurod iddyntdeputesdeputing
Verb(1) transfer power to someone(2) appoint as a substitute(3) give an assignment to (a person, a person
(1) "I shall depute the task to a worthy fellow named Willis, in whom I shall have every confidence."(2) So a simple mode to acquire around this is to depute the task to somebody who is skilled in it.(3) The commissioner said he would ask the government to depute an officer to guide the horticulture department.(4) All that the parents have to do is approach the organizers, who depute an experienced person to act as the ├ö├ç├┐manager├ö├ç├û for the party.(5) I have never wanted to depute the work to someone else as long as I was on the place myself.(6) Did the master's mate further depute the job to a young seaman whom he knew to be literate?(7) Efforts should also be made to identify properly the agencies that depute the nurses.(8) a depute chairman(9) I begged him to publish his discovery, but he preferred to depute the task to me.(10) My newspaper, amongst the largest selling dailies in India, deputed me to accompany the team.(11) Suppose that a person is deputed to buy a substantial quantity of fireworks for a village fireworks display on Guy Fawkes night.(12) He is an effective focal point for the band of eight men who are deputed to find and rescue the Private after his three brothers have been killed in combat.(13) On his tours of England, one Australian official was exclusively deputed to answer his letters.(14) The next day I was deputed to buy the machine in question, and of course it is terrific.(15) A nurse was either deputed to do the job or took it on herself.(16) If they do not want to go out and meet anyone, someone may also be deputed to meet them.
1. delegate ::
2. deputize ::
Different Formsdepute, deputed, deputes, deputing
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