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ap·point

 (ə-point′)
tr.v. ap·point·ed, ap·point·ing, ap·points
1. To select or designate to fill an office or a position: appointed her the chief operating officer of the company.
2. To fix or set by authority or by mutual agreement: will appoint a date for the examination.
3. To furnish; equip: a house that is comfortably appointed.
4. Law To direct the disposition of (property) to a person or persons in exercise of a power granted for this purpose by a preceding deed.

[Middle English appointen, from Old French apointer, apointier, to arrange, from a point, to the point : a, to (from Latin ad; see ad-) + point, point; see point.]
Synonyms: appoint, assign, designate, name, nominate, tap1
These verbs mean to select for an office or position: was appointed chair of the committee; was assigned to the panel investigating the matter; expects to be designated leader of the opposition; a new police commissioner named by the mayor; to be nominated as her party's candidate; was tapped for fraternity membership.

appointed

(əˈpɔɪntɪd)
adj
formal decided beforehand
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.appointed - subject to appointment
2.appointed - selected for a jobappointed - selected for a job; "the one appointed for guard duty"
assigned - appointed to a post or duty; "assigned personnel"; "assigned duties"
3.appointed - fixed or established especially by order or command; "at the time appointed (or the appointed time")
settled - established or decided beyond dispute or doubt; "with details of the wedding settled she could now sleep at night"
4.appointed - provided with furnishing and accessories (especially of a tasteful kind)appointed - provided with furnishing and accessories (especially of a tasteful kind); "a house that is beautifully appointed"
furnished, equipped - provided with whatever is necessary for a purpose (as furniture or equipment or authority); "a furnished apartment"; "a completely furnished toolbox"

appointed

adjective
1. decided, set, chosen, established, determined, settled, fixed, arranged, assigned, designated, allotted The appointed hour for the ceremony was drawing near.
2. assigned, named, chosen, commissioned, selected, elected, installed, delegated, nominated The recently appointed captain led by example in the first game.
3. equipped, provided, supplied, furnished, fitted out beautiful, well-appointed houses
Translations
sjednanýurčený
aftaltfastsat
megjelölt
umsaminn
dohodnutý

appointed

[əˈpɔɪntɪd] adj
at the appointed time → à l'heure convenue
the appointed hour → l'heure convenue
at the appointed hour → à l'heure convenue

appointed

adj hour, placefestgesetzt, festgelegt, verabredet; taskzugewiesen; representative, agenternannt; at the appointed time or the time appointedzur festgelegten or -gesetzten or verabredeten Zeit; his appointed taskdie ihm übertragene Aufgabe; at the appointed timezur festgesetzten or -gelegten or verabredeten Zeit

appoint

(əˈpoint) verb
1. to give (a person) a job or position. They appointed him manager; They have appointed a new manager.
2. to fix or agree on (a time for something). to appoint a time for a meeting.
apˈpointed adjective
He arrived before the appointed time.
apˈpointment noun
1. (an) arrangement to meet someone; I made an appointment to see him.
2. the job or position to which a person is appointed. His appointment was for one year only.
References in classic literature ?
Evening meditation and morning work somewhat allayed her fears, and having decided that she wouldn't be vain enough to think people were going to propose when she had given them every reason to know what her answer would be, she set forth at the appointed time, hoping Teddy wouldn't do anything to make her hurt his poor feelings.
The Indians silently repaired to their appointed stations, which were fissures in the rocks, whence they could command the approaches to the foot of the falls.
But nothing could be done until the rainy season had fairly set in; until the long-looked-for element that was to magically separate the gold from the dross in those dull mounds of dust and gravel had come of its own free will, and in its own appointed channels, independent of the feeble auxiliaries that had hopelessly riven the rocks on the hillside, or hung incomplete and unfinished in lofty scaffoldings above the settlement.
Maule's Lane, or Pyncheon Street, as it were now more decorous to call it, was thronged, at the appointed hour, as with a congregation on its way to church.
He might truly be termed a legitimate son of the revenue system, dyed in the wool, or rather born in the purple; since his sire, a Revolutionary colonel, and formerly collector of the port, had created an office for him, and appointed him to fill it, at a period of the early ages which few living men can now remember.
One of the men selected for shipkeepers -- that is, those not appointed to the boats, by this time relieved the Indian at the main-mast head.
Carefully lowered from its height, the full-freighted vessel is caught by an appointed hand, and quickly emptied into a large tub.
In the end, as with the hogs, the finished beef was run into the chilling room, to hang its appointed time.
They'll have a day of fasting appointed for this backsliding, if you become a slaveholder
Wherefore, being a practical Connecticut man, I now shoved this whole problem clear out of my mind till its appointed day and hour should come, in order that I might turn all my attention to the circumstances of the present moment, and be alert and ready to make the most out of them that could be made.
I appointed a strong detail to cut down trees with ice-axes and trim them for piers to support the bridge.
Every man stood firm; and at our last meeting, we pledged ourselves afresh, in the most solemn manner, that, at the time appointed, we would cer- tainly start in pursuit of freedom.