Similar words: designation, design, designs, design for, designer, designing, signature, signal. Meaning: ['dezɪgneɪt] adj. selected or named for a duty.
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1, The town has been designated a development area.
2, The chairman has designated her as his successor.
3, This area has been designated a National Park.
4, The President designated him for premiership.
5, This floor has been designated a no-smoking area.
6, The lake was recently designated a conservation area.
7, The mountain has been designated as a national park.
8, She designated the place where we were to meet.
9, The people designated the King as a tyrant.
10, She was designated by President as the chief of the White House Office.
11, The area has now been formally designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
12, In 1992, Birmingham was designated the UK City of Music.
13, Several pupils were designated as having moderate or severe learning difficulties.
14, The woods were designated an area of outstanding natural beauty.
15, The general designated an officer to the command.
16, These areas have been specially designated for children.
17, He designated Smith as his successor.
18, The area was designated a national park.
19, Funds were designated for projects in low-income areas.
20, Thompson has been designated team captain.
21, They officially designated the area unsuitable for human habitation.
22, They designated the new shopping centre York Plaza.
23, The new shopping centre is designated Modern Plaza.
24, She has been designated to organize the meeting.
25, He was designated by the name as a scoundrel.
26, The chairman has designated Christina as his successor.
27, She was designated sportswoman of the year.
28, The King designated Hussein as his successor.
29, Some of the rooms were designated as offices.
30, Buildings are designated by red squares on the map.
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