Definición de delegate en inglés:

delegate

Saltos de línea: dele|gate

sustantivo

Pronunciación: /ˈdɛlɪgət
 
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verbo

Pronunciación: /ˈdɛlɪgeɪt
 
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[with object] Volver al principio  
  • 1Entrust (a task or responsibility) to another person, typically one who is less senior than oneself: she must delegate duties so as to free herself for more important tasks the power delegated to him must never be misused
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Similarly, if a questionnaire is sent to a manager in a firm, the task may simply be delegated to someone else.
    • Managerial tasks could be delegated to others.
    • Now that states have responsibility for the registration list, this task should not be delegated to localities.
    Sinónimos
    assign, entrust, give, pass on, hand on/over, turn over, consign, devolve, depute, transfer
  • 1.1 [with object and infinitive] Send or authorize (someone) to do something as a representative: Edward was delegated to meet new arrivals
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • I've delegated three people to rectify the problem, but none of them seem to know what the problem is.
    • The committee delegated members of the council to enter into negotiations with a suitable bar and catering contractor.
    • In the past he has delegated someone to read those that are written in languages he finds difficult.
    Sinónimos
    authorize, commission, depute, appoint, nominate, name, mandate, empower, charge, choose, select, designate, elect; Military detail

Derivativos

delegable

Pronunciación: /ˈdɛlɪgəb(ə)l/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Executive power is delegable, but judicial & legislative powers aren't.
  • Yes, but what we have here is extended delegable powers, and the real fear is that that will create regional inconsistencies.
  • What is delegable is the discharge of particular functions.

delegator

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Therefore, they tend to be excellent delegators.
  • It also demonstrates that the President is either an over-zealous delegator, plain lazy or lacking the intelligence to sort out the wheat from the chaff himself.
  • A self-confessed appalling delegator, he wanted to run the club as a dictatorship of sorts, his final say status extending to even the most trivial aspects.

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin delegatus 'sent on a commission', from the verb delegare, from de- 'down' + legare 'depute'.

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