designated

美 ['dɛzɪg,netɪd]
  • adj. 指定的;特指的
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1、de- "out" + sign- + -ated.
designated (adj.)
past participle adjective from designate. Designated hitter introduced in American League baseball in 1973, soon giving wide figurative extension to designated, such as designated driver, by 1985.
1. I live in Exmoor, which is designated as a national park.
我住在埃克斯穆尔,那里已被命名为国家公园。

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2. The vessels will have to land their catch at designated ports.
船只必须在指定的港口把捕到的鱼卸下。

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3. The President's designated successor is his son.
总统的选定继承人是他的儿子。

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4. Camping is restricted to five designated campgrounds.
露营被限制在指定的5个野营地。

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5. He was designated by the President as the next Secretary of State.
他被总统任命为新国务卿.

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