There are 2 main translations of assign in Spanish

: assign1assign2


nombrar, v.

Pronunciation /əˈsʌɪn//əˈsaɪn/

transitive verb

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    • 1.1(appoint)

      to assign sb to sth nombrar / designar a algn para algo
      • a detective was assigned to the case se nombró a un detective para que se ocupara del caso
      • He was assigned to be a plasterer in a neighbouring community, allowing no time and chance for him to fully tap his talent.
      • To his chagrin, he's assigned to a desolate base in icy Greenland.
      • I was temporarily assigned to a cubicle that was supposed to be empty for another day.
      • With no ensemble or piece to perform in, he was assigned to do solo standup comedy at last year's fundraiser.
      • The waiter was working for a popular restaurant when he was assigned to a home wedding reception.
      • I was assigned to play forward and managed (more by luck than skill) to score two goals in the game.
      • Instead, with his movie-making experience, he was assigned to make military training films for pilots.
      • After graduation from the dance school, he was assigned to the Shanghai Ballet Company.
      • I was actually assigned to study journalism and did not choose to be a journalist on my own.
      • Afterwards he was assigned to the 7th United States Cavalry and remained with them until his death.
      • This morning I was assigned to cover a keynote speech at a conference, the same conference I covered yesterday.
      • He'd already given me headaches when I was assigned to cover his visit to York.
      • After a vacation in Ireland he was assigned to promotion work in the Diocese of Clonfert until 1964.
      • I'm also going to post a list of what chores each of you are assigned to.
      • A person is assigned to complete the task, and the process or approach to reduce the risk is identified.
      • He was assigned to the daily personal care of the most profoundly disabled member of the house.
      • I was assigned to make the changes in the song, through some favor called in by a friend long ago.
      • A new Judge was assigned to his homicide conspiracy case; so he is back at square one.
      • I was assigned to a group taught by a New Yorker staff writer of a lovely style.
      • He was then assigned to work at a mechanical parts factory in a county.

    • 1.2(allocate)

      she was assigned an office on the third floor le fue asignado un despacho en el tercer piso
      • he was assigned three assistants le asignaron tres ayudantes
      • on the day assigned for the trial en el día fijado / señalado para el juicio
      • He should assign duties that best utilize the abilities of each player.
      • Specific streets and roads are assigned for selling specific goods.
      • I'm convinced God has assigned a legion of Road-Angels specifically to me.
      • I let everyone wake up on their own time before assigning jobs.
      • Talk about how you can break down the tasks, and assign jobs.
      • I feel I am an example of midwife services working well with resources being assigned appropriately.
      • Some things you need to discuss in the first few meetings include: venue, assigning jobs, creating a name for the festival, and organizing fundraising.
      • In practice, it will be able to assign jobs as it sees fit.
      • The Army is assigning active duty liaisons to support all four of the VA's Poly Trauma Centers on a trial basis.
      • The multiplexer analyzes the complexity from all of them and assigns it appropriately.
      • The schedulers assign an appropriate number from within that range and choose an even or odd flight number according to the direction of flight.
      • The major campus activity was for the campus grants office to assign a grant number and designate budget lines so that payroll and vendor records could be created.
      • For those who fail to designate a private money manager, the government bank is assigned by default.
      • The virtual interface is then assigned to a specific user or user community.
      • ‘Good,’ he continued, as his mom brought in some more snacks, ‘Lets begin by assigning jobs.’
      • By assigning each group of pages to a specific channel and comparing results in custom channel reports webmasters can work at increasing their AdSense revenue.
      • Some of you may be assigned Orientation Duty, which means you show them around.
      • ‘We will assign a specific recovery room suite to them and they're the only ones with access to it,’ Siefried said.
      • For students such as that, I will assign a special job for the summer production.
      • Increase the number of positive responses to your requests and reduce volunteer burnout and discontentment by assigning a specific term length to each position or task.
      • Another possible EU equivalent to the tenth amendment might be a proposed catalogue of competences assigning policy responsibilities to specific levels of government.
      • The point of an internship is to learn something, so you must keep that in mind as you assign the intern duties.
      • Additionally, it is possible to assign any real-time interrupt service to any specific CPU.
      • Once upon a time there were three beautiful girls who went to a writing college, and they were each assigned very hazardous duties.
      • ‘Ah, but I can assign washing duty,’ she said as she pushed her empty plate towards his direction.
      • One must understand the importance of assigning an appropriate number of NAIs at the battalion level.
      • You can reprogram the keys to launch different programs, open specific folder or assign URLs.
      • Caitlin acted as traffic controller, designating the rooms to which the things were assigned.
      • Only graduates majoring in movie directing have a chance of being assigned a directing job in one of the approved studios.
      • Instead, he opts to assign the job of piecing together their dialogues to the reader.
      • The Codae meeting was meant only to assign jobs and check on everyone's status.
      • I had also been assigned another mission that day: to find a long-lost pen.

    • 1.3formal (ascribe)

      (importance) dar
      (importance) conceder
      • Last week some of them discovered a remote and unexplored passage in Assynt, a find that affords them the privilege of assigning a name to the new cave.
      • Prior to the participant arriving, the researcher pseudo-randomly assigned the participant to a particular condition and programmed the software accordingly.
      • The patients were assigned to two groups of roughly equal numbers.
      • Relative weights are assigned to the various customer attributes.
      • His societal levels for prehistoric societies are arbitrary at best; he assigns incorrect dates to events; and attributes significance to events that are debatable.
      • Such an interpreter would attribute beliefs to others and assign meanings to their utterances, but would nevertheless do so on the basis of his own, true, beliefs.
      • Due to poor preservation, it is not possible to assign the present material to one of these species.
      • Imagine if you could assign attributes to any file by speech.
      • The permits assign every Chinese citizen to a home district, outside of which they have few rights to welfare benefits, medical care or schooling.
      • The company will maintain patients' confidentiality by assigning a numeric code to the donated tissue.
      • Following the appeal, the MND assigned the case to the Bureau of Investigation in October and asked the CSBC to suspend the contract last month.
      • The builder can now afford to assign engineering resources to the project without hedging against lost quoting hours.
      • However, further investigations are needed before assigning these Mexican specimens to a new status.
      • As a commander who receives missions and assigns missions to others, I suddenly am not thinking about the missions.
      • The Prosecution Office assigned the investigation to the National Investigative Service.
      • The map shows the teams in which people actually work, as opposed to those they are assigned to.
      • Members are selected at random to perform a kind of virtual jury duty, assigning a score to each comment according to its value.
      • We assigned approximate percentages to food types according to their importance in the feeding spectrum of each species.
      • I have assigned numbers to the cases according to the date of occurrence of the accident.
      • A district court judge later assigned the case to Noelle, a former attorney with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission now in private practice.

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    to assign sth to sb cederle algo a algn
    • Copyright rests with the individual photographers and rights are usually assigned for a single reproduction only.
    • The employer executes a deed of assignment in standard form assigning legal ownership of the policies to each of the employees concerned and the insurers are notified accordingly.
    • The Borrower shall not be entitled to assign, transfer or otherwise deal in any way with all or any of its rights, benefits and obligations under this Agreement.
    • We've therefore decided that we will no longer ask authors to assign their copyrights.
    • Courts assign property rights depending on market data.
    • No order, nor any part order issued by the Company shall be assigned, sublet or transferred without the prior consent in writing of the Company.
    • Most investors shy away from brownfields because environmental laws assign liability to a broad range of parties, including the present owner.
    • A further possibility is that the author may be bound by the terms of contract or by contract law to assign the copyright in the work to some other party.
    • Presumably, rights under the tenancy could be assigned, but the transfer of burdens would be ruled out by the privity of contract rules.
    • Clauses 5, 8 and 9 also assign responsibility and define the basis of liability.
    • The lesson is that we should be careful in assigning property rights in a dynamic setting.
    • There needs to be a balance between technological innovation and safety, and this balance will be best served by a balanced principle for assigning liability.
    • The Sponsor has the right to assign such aforesaid rights and licence to its affiliates.
    • We can then assign rights so as to maximize each individual's freedom, compatible with a like freedom for all.
    • Invariably the borrower itself will be expressly prohibited from assigning its rights, notably its right to make further draw-downs.
    • The single-tax system assigns property rights so as to preserve economic incentives.
    • The inclusion of amalgamation in an assignment would constitute a further restriction on the tenants' common law right to assign without consent.
    • In the case of physical externalities such as pollution, we can often assign property rights as a way of settling disputes and improving matters.
    • In general terms, you are assigning the copyright of the photo to the encyclopedia.
    • He was about to make an order that the legal title to all the copyrights in the world be assigned to the claimants when the defendants took a second point.

There are 2 main translations of assign in Spanish

: assign1assign2




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    • And, quite suspiciously, he and his assigns have repeatedly refused to hand those documents over to independent investigative authorities to authenticate them.
    • He plans to leave in the morning, yet brings his assign, Cassio, to look over his affairs and his wife.
    • The rights and obligations of the Company hereunder shall accrue to its successor and assigns.
    • This Agreement provided that the terms of the agreement would be binding upon the Township and its successors or assigns.
    • If that seems desirable, consider providing that the lease is binding on the landlord's heirs, executors, administrators, legal representatives, successors or assigns.