appoint, designate, assign, name, nominate
1. "Why didn't you appoint Ron twelve months ago?"—"Good question."
2. He promised to appoint an AIDS czar to deal with the disease.
3. Our plan is to allocate one member of staff to handle appoint-ments.
4. The Prime Minister has the power to dismiss and appoint senior ministers.
5. You may appoint a proxy to vote for you.
6. Appoint the time and place for the meeting.
7. We must appoint a day to meet again.
8. The draft would give the president the power to appoint the central bank's chairman.
9. His appoint-ment is a complete surprise — he has never been mentioned as a front runner.
10. I have resigned, and they have a free hand to appoint whom they like in my place.
11. The company decided to appoint a Japanese manager as president of the company. The decision came as a bolt from the blue.
12. The State Council exercises the function and power to appoint and remove administrative personnel according to the provisions of the law.
13. It made sense to appoint a banker to this job.
14. We shall appoint eight o'clock as the time to begin.
15. Mel paused, to let his appoint sink home, before continuing.
梅尔稍停了一下, 好让大家都吃透他的论点后, 再继续说下去.