Pronunciation of Designate
/d_ˈɛ_z_ɪ_ɡ_n_ˌeɪ_t/, /dˈɛzɪɡnˌe͡ɪt/, /dˈɛzɪɡnˌeɪt/
Antonyms for designate:
Usage examples for designate:
- Our pupil knows as yet only a single tone,- the tone of do, which we designate by the name of model tone;- but all musicians are aware that to know well one tone, is to know them all, since they are all calculated on the model tone with which we began. - "Guide to the Kindergarten and Intermediate Class and Moral Culture of Infancy.", Elizabeth P. Peabody Mary Mann.
- It completely covers the small gluteal, which veterinary anatomists designate by the name of the deep gluteal. - "Artistic Anatomy of Animals", Édouard Cuyer.
- And as this question would in any case become acute within two years, that date was one of the time- limits of the European war, and I ventured to designate it as such to two of the most prominent statesmen of the Entente in the month of March 1914. They both went so far as to say that my anticipation was extremely probable. - "England and Germany", Emile Joseph Dillon.
Idioms for designate:
- designate sm or sth as sth;