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What is another word for appointment?

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Noun
An arrangement to meet someone at a particular time and place
“Fritz had made an appointment with my accountant to examine our books in order to reassure himself that all was in order.”
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An act of choosing or assigning someone (or something) for a given role or job
“Accordingly, the purchaser would be warned to insist on the appointment of a second trustee for his own protection.”
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A job, role or position that one has been appointed to
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“In 1850, he returned to Ireland to take up an appointment as Archbishop of Armagh.”
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A person who has been given, or chosen for, a job or position
“King County Council member Pete von Reichbauer announced Johnson as the chosen appointment for the seat Reeves vacated seat in December.”
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An act of assigning or entrusting something to someone
“A letter, stating that an appointment of funds to pay a debt, due from the defendant to the plaintiff had been made.”
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(appointments) Fixtures or fittings
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“Platinum sinks and imported marble countertops illustrate the yacht's luxurious appointments.”
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The act of inaugurating, or inducting into office or a position
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The process of finding candidates for a post in an organization or team
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An act of reserving accommodation, a ticket, etc. in advance
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The action of distributing or supplying something
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A group of people appointed to undertake a mission or take part in a formal process on behalf of a larger group
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An agreement with someone to do something
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A chance to take part or succeed in something
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The fact of being pushed or advanced to a more favourable situation
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Scheduled time
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One's social rank or position
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An informal group discussion, especially one in which the frank exchange of personal feelings is encouraged
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A formal meeting of people with a shared interest, typically one that takes place over several days
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The period during which an office or position is held
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