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Verb(1) act as a substitute(2) appoint as a substitute
(1) the post-holder is required to deputize for the manager in their absence(2) I'm now giving you full rights to deputize anyone that you feel fit enough to help you in whatever way they can.(3) With orders from the council I can deputize anyone I choose during an emergency situation.(4) Gather up and deputize anyone who can wield a sword or owns a gun.(5) The mayor is now asking officials to deputize state police.(6) The Department of Homeland Security will train 50 state police officers and deputize them to enforce federal immigration laws.(7) He will now be more determined than ever to insist that, when his colleague departs, he will deputise for the first minister in every sense of the word.(8) Dozens of these deputized officials were deployed soon after the expanded judicial system became operational.(9) In addition, about 1,250 officers from the surrounding states of Maryland and Virginia will be deputized and brought in to assist.(10) Flight deck officers are deputized as federal law enforcement officers; however, they differ from traditional officers in that their jurisdiction goes no further than the airplane flight deck.(11) Next year, when new players will have to be signed to deputise for those away on World Cup duty, they could be on short-term contracts or even ├ö├ç├┐pay as you go.├ö├ç├û(12) Then, pointing to one of his comrades, he said, ├ö├ç├┐He was even deputized by the governor of the state of Louisiana.├ö├ç├û(13) Danny is likely to deputise for him in the televised game.(14) I have to deputise for the boss who is presently on study leave, take charge on the ward round, as well as teach today and then we have our usual Friday afternoon clinic.(15) We're all going to be deputized first, as federal secret police.(16) I grabbed the nearest three people I could find and deputised them into my department.
2. stand in for ::
sefyll i mewn ar gyfer
3. substitute ::
4. depute ::
Different Formsdeputize, deputized, deputizes, deputizing
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