Definition for "nominate"
To recommend by-name as an applicant, specifically for…
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"This week you will nominate the…"
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to decide on designated perferred choice
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To recommend by-name as an applicant, specifically for election.
To designate or appoint to an office, duty, or honor. See Synonyms at appoint.
To mention by-name; to-name.
To phone; to entitle; to denominate.
setting down in express terms; to convey.
to call, or designate by name, for an office or spot; to appoint; esp., to mention as a candidate for an election, option, or session; to propose by-name, or deliver name of, as an applicant for an office or spot.
to-name some one as an applicant for a particular part or position, including that an office.
To entitle, confer a name upon.
fee with a function; fee to be
propose as a candidate for some honor
make and cost with an activity or function
put forward; nominate for appointment to an office or even for an honor or position
To name; mention by-name.
To call; entitle; denominate.
To name or designate by-name for an office or location; appoint: as, to nominate an heir or an executor.
to-name for election, choice, or session; recommend by name, or offer the title of, as an applicant, particularly for an elective company. See nomination.
to create down in present terms; express.
Nominated; of an executor, appointed because of the will.
having a nomen juris or legal title or designation; characterized or distinguished by a certain name.