appoint in French and example sentences

appoint in French

Pronunciation
v. nommer; désigner; destiner

appoint in English

Pronunciation
n. contribution; help, aid; add-on (Computers)

Example Sentences

“Will you appoint a meeting for six months from now?”
Voulez-vous me donner rendez-vous dans six mois?
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“Yes,” answered Cedric with vigour. “When a person is very good, and has accomplished great feats, he is appointed president.
Oui, répondit Cédric avec animation. Quand un homme est très bon, qu’il a accompli de grandes actions, il est nommé président.
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Are you appointed to Paris?
Etes-vous nommé à Paris?
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Gulnara Shahinian said coming out of (her visit to) Nouakchott was a commitment to appoint lawyers to defend the cause of slaves in the courts.
(Source: Voice of America)
Gulnara Shahinian a indiqué avoir obtenu de Nouakchott l’engagement de désigner des avocats pour défendre la cause des esclaves devant les tribunaux.
(Source: Voice of America)
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He has been appointed to a post in London a little over six months ago.
Il a été nommé à Londres il y a un peu plus de six mois.
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I did not tell her where he was appointed.
Je ne lui ai pas dit où il était nommé.
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I have to see a gentleman who has just been appointed to Rome.
Je dois voir un monsieur qui vient d’être nommé à Rome.
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If they were appointed overseas, they would try to spend as much time as possible with the people of the country.
Si elles étaient nommées à l’étranger, elles essaieraient de passer le plus de temps possible avec les gens du pays.
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It was the American steamer, leaving at the appointed time.
C’était le paquebot américain, qui sortait à l’heure réglementaire.
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The AU mission is playing an important role, in concert with the government, in consultations to appoint interim administrators, he has revealed.
(Source: Voice of America)
La mission de l’UA joue un rôle important, de concert avec le gouvernement, dans les consultations en vue de nommer les administrateurs intérimaires, a-t-il révélé.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The gentleman that I have to see has just been appointed to Rome.
Le monsieur que je dois voir vient d’être nommé à Rome.
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We will appoint someone.
On va nommer quelqu’un.
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Where do you want to be appointed?
Où voulez-vous être nommé?
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Where were you appointed?
Où êtes-vous nommé?
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Who are we going to appoint?
Qui est-ce qu’on va nommer?
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He was appointed ambassador to Britain.
Il a été nommé ambassadeur en Grande-Bretagne.
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He was appointed chairman.
Il a été nommé Président.
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He was appointed Minister of Finance.
Il fut nommé Ministre des Finances.
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She was appointed chairperson.
Elle fut nommée présidente.
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The board unanimously decided to appoint her as CEO.
Le conseil a décidé à l'unanimité de la nommer Directrice exécutive.
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Verb forms for appoint
Present participle: appointing
Present: appoint (3.person: appoints)
Past: appointed
Future: will appoint
Present conditional: would appoint
Present Perfect: have appointed (3.person: has appointed)
Past Perfect: had appointed
Future Perfect: will have appointed
Past conditional: would have appointed