v.任命, 委派, 指定, 约定
As a top manager, he should appoint none but people on their merit.
The company decided to appoint a new treasurer.
He wasn't there at the appointed time.
They appointed him chairman.
create and charge with a task or function
assign a duty, responsibility or obligation to
1. 任命, 指派[O9][O2][(+as/to)]
They appointed him (to be) manager.
He appointed Williams as his deputy in the city of York.
2. 约定, 指定; 安排
Our visitors arrived at the appointed time.
vt.任命, 指派, 指定
He was appointed secretary.
确定, 指定; 约定
We must appoint a day to meet again.
He appointed the schoolhouse as the place for the meeting.
The head of the workshop appointed that the work should be finished in two days.