Sinônimos de nominate
to propose (someone) as a candidateThe public will be able to nominate candidates for the awards.
to appoint (someone) to an office or positionIt is legally possible for an elderly person to nominate someone to act for them.
It made sense to appoint a banker to this job.
The Scots have yet to name their team.
I chose him to accompany me on my trip.
You can commission them to paint something especially for you.
They selected only bright pupils.
The people have voted to elect a new president.
Did you choose this country or were you simply assigned here?
We need to designate someone as our spokesperson.
The trustees of the museum are empowered to sell items from its collection.
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in the sense of assign
to select (someone) for a post or taskDid you choose this country or were you simply assigned here?
in the sense of choose
to select (a person, thing, or course of action) from a number of alternativesI chose him to accompany me on my trip.
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