destine definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To determine ahead of time; preordain: a foolish system destined to fail; a film destined in order to become a vintage.
    • To designate for a particular end, usage, or function: cash destined to pay for the youngster's education.
    • To direct toward certain location: a flight destined for Tokyo.
    • to look for the future condition or application of; setting apart by design for another use or function; to repair, as by future or by an authoritative decree; to doom; to ordain or preordain; to appoint; -- usually with all the remoter item preceded by to or even for.
  • verb:
    • To preordain
    • To designate something (especially finance) for a specific use
    • having a certain destination
    • decree or designate ahead of time
    • design or destine
  • others:
    • to create aside, ordain, or appoint to a use, purpose, office, or location.
    • To appoint or predetermine unalterably, as by a divine decree; doom; devote.
    • Synonyms To plan, mark completely, consecrate, devote, decree, allot.

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