appointed

[ə'pɔɪntɪd]
  • adj.

    指定的,约定的;

  • v.

    任命( appoint的过去式和过去分词 );确定;约定;安排;


  • 双语例句
1、

Inspectors were appointed to inquire into the affairs of the company.

督查员受委派调查该公司的事务。

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2、

She has just been appointed artistic director of Queensland Theatre Company.

她刚刚被任命为昆士兰剧团的艺术总监。

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3、

He was appointed Apostolic Administrator of Minsk by Pope John Paul II.

他被教皇约翰·保罗二世任命为明斯克区的宗座署理。

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4、

He had bowed out gracefully when his successor had been appointed.

他在继任者被任命后体面地引退了。

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5、

The Prime Minister has appointed a civilian as defence minister.

首相已委任一位平民为国防部长。

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6、

You are hereby appointed Sub-Lieutenant RNVR of HMS Tartar.

你被任命为皇家海军舰艇“鞑靼人”号的皇家海军志愿后备队中尉。

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7、

We ended up in a tastefully-appointed sitting room.

我们最后到了一间装潢雅致的起居室里。

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8、

Sloan looked round the well-appointed kitchen.

斯隆环顾了一下这间设备齐全的厨房。

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9、

Guestrooms are commodious and well-appointed.

客房宽敞舒适且陈设考究。

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10、

They have appointed a new head teacher at my son's school.

我儿子读书的学校任命了一位新校长。

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11、

They appointed a new manager to coordinate the work of the team.

为协调这个队的工作,他们任用了一位新经理。

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12、

a self-appointed custodian of public morals

自封的公共道德的卫道士

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13、

to be appointed Professor of French at Cambridge

被任命为剑桥大学的法文教授

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14、

She was appointed to a professorship in Economics at Princeton.

她获聘为普林斯顿大学经济学教授。

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15、

a new manager will be appointed pro tem

将临时任命一位新经理

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