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appointive
American English: /əˈpɔɪn(t)ɪv/
British English: /əˈpɔɪntɪv/

Translation of appointive in Spanish:

adjective

  • (post/office)
    que se cubre por nombramiento
    Example sentences
    • He notes the steadily increasing ranks of African-American Republicans holding significant elective and appointive office.
    • He battled for the full reform program: to make everything, even the mayoralty, an appointive rather than an elective office.
    • In practical terms, an impeachment would mean he could not serve in any other federal elective or appointive office.

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