depute definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To appoint or authorize as an agent or a representative.
    • To designate (expert or tasks) to some other; delegate.
    • To appoint as deputy or representative; to payment to act in one single's place; to delegate.
    • To appoint; to designate; to decide on.
    • To appoint or approve as a realtor or a representative.
    • To designate (authority or duties) to another; delegate.
    • To appoint as deputy or agent; to commission to act in one's place; to delegate.
    • To appoint; to designate; to select.
  • verb:
    • To assign (some one or something like that) to or for one thing.
    • To delegate (a job etc.) to a subordinate.
    • To deputize (some body), to appoint as deputy.
    • give an assignment to (people) to a post, or assign a job to (a person)
    • appoint as a replacement
    • transfer power to some body
    • To assign (somebody or something) to or even for anything.
    • To delegate (a task etc.) to a subordinate.
    • To deputize (someone), to appoint as deputy.
    • give an assignment to (someone) to a post, or designate a job to (an individual)
    • appoint as a replacement
    • transfer power to some body
  • noun:
    • you deputed; a deputy.
    • A deputy: as, a sheriff depute or an advocate depute.
    • an individual deputed; a deputy.
    • A deputy: as, a sheriff depute or an advocate depute.
  • others:
    • To appoint as a substitute or broker; appoint and send with an unique percentage or authority to do something when you look at the name of a principal.
    • To set aside or apart; assign.
    • To assign to a deputy; transfer: as, he deputed his authority to an alternative.
    • To impute.
    • To appoint as an alternative or broker; appoint and send with an unique commission or authority to behave when you look at the name of a principal.
    • to create apart or aside; assign.
    • To assign to a deputy; transfer: as, he deputed his authority to a replacement.
    • To impute.

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