Definition of designate
- appoint (someone) to a specified office or post
- officially give a specified status or name to:http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/engl...
[+ obj] 1 : to officially choose (someone or something) to do or be something : to officially give (someone or something) a particular role or purpose
▪ It might be difficult to designate [=select] an appropriate place for the event. ▪ We need to designate [=appoint] a new leader. — often used as (be) designated ▪ money designated [=set aside] for the scholarship fund ▪ He was designated team captain. = He was designated as team captain. [=he was made team captain] ▪ The park has been designated as a wildlife refuge. — often followed by to + verb ▪ He was designated to be team captain.
2 a : to call (something or someone) by a particular name or title
▪ We designated [=named] the first one “alpha.” — often used as (be) designated ▪ The four parts were designated A, B, C, and D in the diagram.
b : to be used as a name for (something or someone)
▪ The word eventually came to designate [=refer to] any kind of mistake.
3 : to mark, show, or represent (something)
▪ The wooden stakes designate the edge of the building site. — usually used as (be) designated ▪ Free items are designated by blue stickers. ▪ The state capital is designated [=indicated] by a star.
— designated adjective
▪ We all agreed to meet at a designated time. [=a specific time that we agreed on] ▪ 18 years old is the designated age to vote. — see also designated driver, designated hitterhttp://www.learnersdictionary.com/search/designate
Aufmerksamkeit erhält nun vor allem die Münchener Rück selbst. Czisch, den Vordenker, hat man vergessen.
Wir glauben, dass Katzen (ihr Miau) dramatisch übertreiben, wenn sie damit Erfolg haben und die gewünschte
Reaktion bei Menschen erreichen.
Kohlendioxid wäre dann eine gute Alternative zumal es laut der Tests einiger Hersteller die Autos sogar schneller auf die gewünschte