deputize

英 ['depjʊtaɪz] 美 ['dɛpjutaɪz]
  • vi. 代理;代表
  • vt. 指定…为代理;授权…为代表
GRE
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1. de- "away, off" + put- "cut, prune" + -ize.
2. literally "cut off, cut away, prune".
3. 由“切,切开”引申为“分配,分派,指派”之意。
4. => allot, assign, appoint.
5. => one given the full power of an officer without holding the office.
deputize (v.)
1730s; see deputy + -ize. Related: Deputized; deputizing.
1. Ms Green has asked me to deputize for her at the meeting.
格林女士请我代表她出席会议。

来自《权威词典》

2. Herr Schulmann cannot be here to welcome you and has asked me to deputize.
赫尔·舒尔曼无法亲自来迎接您,所以特请我作为代表。

来自柯林斯例句

3. My secretary will deputize for me at the meeting.
我秘书将代表我出席会议.

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4. Could the Foreign - funded enterprise deputize the business of import and export?
外商投资企业能否从事代理进出口业务?

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5. He will deputize for the foreign minister.
他将代理外交部长.

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