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appoint (verb), appoints; appointed; appointing
1. To set or determine a time or place for something: The judge appointed the date and time for the next session.
2. To name a person for a specific role or post: Mrs. Thompson was formally appointed the head of the upcoming staff meeting.
3. In law, to direct the disposition of property by assigning an individual to take use of it: The estate was appointed to Jim's father by the law.
4. To furnish a place with equipment: The room was appointed with all the furnishings, chairs, and necessary lighting for the next formal gathering.
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