designate

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الإنجليزية - التركية
atamak
belirlemek
{f} işaret etmek
{s} tayin edilmiş
{f} adlandırmak
(Askeri) numaralandırmak
göstermek
görevlendirmek
belirtmek
(as ile) ünvanlandırmak
belirt
{f} tayin etmek
seçmek
(Askeri) NUMARALANDIRMAK, ADLANDIRMAK: Bir birliğe resmi ve diğerlerinden farklı isim veya numara vermek
{s} atanmış

Tom bu sefer atanmış sürücü olacak. - Tom will be the designated driver this time.

{f} for için ayırmak, -e
düzenlemek
uygulamak
{f} (to/for) -e atamak, -e tayin etmek
to veya for ile tayin etmek
isimlendirmek
designate göster
{f} tanımlamak
tatbik etmek
gösterme
tertip etmek
designated
belirlenmiş

İçmeyi bırak. Belirlenmiş sürücü sensin. - Stop drinking. You're the designated driver.

Biletler kişi başı 30 dolar ve belirlenmiş sürücüler için 13 dolardır. - Tickets are $30 per person and $13 for designated drivers.

designate for
atamak
designate to
atamak
designate with a term
isim vererek göster
designate a lawyer to
avukat tayin etmek
designate with a term
isim vererek göstermek
designator
tasarımcı
designate for
ayırmak
designate for
tayin etmek
designate to
tayin etmek
designated
tayin edilmiş
designated
belirtilen
designated
(Havacılık) ayarlanmış
designated
gösterilen
designated
atanmış

Tom bu sefer atanmış sürücü olacak. - Tom will be the designated driver this time.

designated
göster
designated
göster(mek)
designating
gösteriş
designators
belirleme
ambassador designate
(Politika, Siyaset) atanmış elçi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Designated; appointed; chosen
To mark out and make known; to point out; to name; to indicate; to show; to distinguish by marks or description; to specify; as, to designate the boundaries of a country; to designate the rioters who are to be arrested
To call by a distinctive title; to name
To indicate or set apart for a purpose or duty; -- with to or for; to designate an officer for or to the command of a post or station
to select or appoint, as by authority
{s} intended, marked out for, chosen (though not yet installed)
To indicate or set apart for a purpose or duty; with to or for; as, to designate an officer for or to the command of a post or station
appointed but not yet installed in office
design or destine; "She was intended to become the director"
When you designate someone as something, you formally choose them to do that particular job. Designate someone as the spokesperson
If something is designated for a particular purpose, it is set aside for that purpose. Some of the rooms were designated as offices. scholarships designated for minorities
When you designate someone or something as a particular thing, you formally give them that description or name. a man interviewed in one of our studies whom we shall designate as E There are efforts under way to designate the bridge a historic landmark I live in Exmoor, which is designated as a national park
give an assignment to (a person) to a post, or assign a task to (a person)
Designate is used to describe someone who has been formally chosen to do a particular job, but has not yet started doing it. Japan's Prime Minister-designate is completing his Cabinet today. used after the name of an official job to show that someone has been chosen for that job but has not yet officially started work
decree or designate beforehand; "She was destined to become a great pianist"
{f} show, indicate
assign a name or title to
designate(ip)
appointed but not yet installed in office
designated
Simple past tense and past participle of designate
Prime Minister designate
intended prime minister, person who has been elected to replace the current prime minister
designated
selected or named for a duty; "designated hitter
designated
selected or named for a duty; "designated hitter"
designated
Premises Privately owned test bays at which VI Vehicle Examiners and Assistant Vehicle Examiners undertake annual HGV and PSV tests
designated
Assets, or equity, set aside by action of the governing board are designated; as distinguished from assets or equity set aside in conformity with requirements of donors, grantors, or creditors, which are properly referred to as restricted
designated
Selected or assigned by the employer or the employer's representative as being competent to perform specific duties
designated
A portion of the fund balance established to indicate tentative plans for the future use of current resources   For example, the Board of Supervisors may designate a portion of fund balance for future capital projects Unreserved (Unrestricted) and Undesignated Fund balance is the portion of Fund Balance that is not reserved or designated and, therefore, available for financing expenditures
designated
Having a specified designation
designated
past of designate
designated
(1) In nonprofit accounting, assets, or equity, set aside by action of the governing board are designated; as distinguished from assets or equity set aside in conformity with requirements of donors, grantors, or creditors, which are properly referred to as restricted (2) In governmental accounting, equity that is unreserved but set aside by the governing board is designated, as opposed to equity that is committed or otherwise tied up beyond the control of the governing board, which is reserved
designated
{s} intended, marked out for, chosen (though not yet installed), appointed
designates
Third person singular simple present of to designate
designating
present participle of designate
designative
{s} indicative; nominative
designative
Serving to designate or indicate; pointing out
designator
(n ) see subobject designator
designator
Sometimes it is convenient to reference only part of an object, such as an element or section of an array, a substring of a character string, or a component of a structure This requires the use of the name of the object followed by a selector that selects a part of the object A name followed by a selector is called a designator
designator
This is the letter/number code generally found on the mid/lower right hand side of all tickets which we believe distinguishes the different print runs These designators did not appear all at once, but have "evolved" to encompass those shown on the list below The series of designators so far known are: Blank (no designator) C M Ma1, Ma2, Ma3, Ma4, Mb1, Mb2, Mb3, Mb4, Mc1, Mc2, Mc3, Mc4 M-a1, M-a2, M-a3, M-a4, M-b1, M-b2, M-b3, M-b4, M-c1, M-c2, M-c3, M-c4 MA, MB, MC M A, M B, M C M A1, M A2, M A3, M A4, M B1, M B2, M B3, M B4, M C1, M C2, M C3, M C4 MA 1, MA 2, MA 3, MA 4, MB 1, MB 2, MB 3, MB 4, MC 1, MC 2, MC 3, MC 4 S1, S2 J-a1, J-a2, J-a3, J-a4, J-b1, J-b2, J-b3, J-b4, J-c1, J-c2, J-c3, J-c4,J-d1, J-d2, J-d3, J-d4, J-e1, J-e2, J-e3, J-e4, J-f1, J-f2, J-f3, J-f4
designator
{i} one who designates; indicator
designator
a name or description which designates, or refers to, something
designator
n an object that denotes another object In the dictionary entry for an operator if a parameter is described as a designator for a type, the description of the operator is written in a way that assumes that appropriate coercion to that type has already occurred; that is, that the parameter is already of the denoted type For more detailed information, see section Designators
designator
An officer who assigned to each his rank and place in public shows and ceremonies
designator
A name that references a subobject (part of an object) A designator is the name of the object followed by a selector that selects the subobject For example, B(3) is a designator for an array element Also called a subobject designator See also selector and subobject
designator
One who designates
designate
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