In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1delegarto delegate sth to sb — delegar algo en algn
- she refuses to delegate responsibility to her assistants — se niega a delegar responsabilidad en sus ayudantes
- It is not a task that should be delegated to unelected officials.
- Identify the person or persons delegated by the sport code to be the contact people.
- Similarly, if a questionnaire is sent to a manager in a firm, the task may simply be delegated to someone else.
- I think he has a real problem with delegating authorities.
- Because of all these things, I was delegated rights outside the frame of an Honorary Consul's duties and functions.
- If an application is given to committee it takes longer to reach a decision, so the Government encourages local authorities to delegate the decision to planning officers.
- Other tasks have been delegated to European institutions.
- Authorities have been delegated, but basic services (at the local level) have not been up to par.
- In this process the sovereignty of the people is delegated to the representatives.
- The Burmese delegated women to perform this step of the process, also.
- Recognizing he's been trying to do too much, he decided to delegate some authority.
- They can delegate that authority to an institution like this one, whose duty it is to follow the limit.
- It is also advisable to delegate someone as responsible in the case of a disaster.
- The Deputy Attorney General may not delegate such authority.
- Very many years ago I was delegated the job by my then ward of going through the pile of CVs submitted for nomination to our then Euro constituency.
- They're not known to delegate authority to the subordinate units.
- The difficulty has resided in how the governing body has chosen to delegate ranking authority.
- Managerial tasks could be delegated to others.
- Now that states have responsibility for the registration list, this task should not be delegated to localities.
- All of them authorised the trustees to delegate their powers.
2(depute)to delegate sb to + inf — delegar a algn para que + subj
- This is a document that delegates someone you know to make health care decisions for you that are in line with your choices.
- The committee delegated members of the council to enter into negotiations with a suitable bar and catering contractor.
- The committee agreed to delegate authority to the Director of Strategy and Planning to approve the plans, subject to negotiations to secure a one-way system.
- The Presidency may also delegate a judge or a staff member of the court to supervise the conditions of detention.
- ‘Often we delegate a student in our group to go to attend lectures, and then everybody borrows the notes,’ he says.
- It is our right to determine who enters the country and we democratically delegate the authority to uphold this right to the Federal government.
- He explained that the aid agency announced through loudspeakers that refugees from each village should delegate someone to receive rice.
- The committee agreed to give planning officers delegated authority to approve the two outline schemes, subject to a number of conditions.
- She ‘may have to delegate a bit more authority to her deputies to offset her scant experience in running a big government agency like this,’ he said.
- It was decided to invite new members to the committee and current members were delegated to do so.
- Finally Euan's table gets down to five or six players and I'm delegated to move over and make up the numbers.
- The British bombardment hadn't been that bad, but he had to delegate uninjured soldiers to care for the wounded.
- So we were delegated to write this letter and pose the question: if other towns can offer this type of service, why can't we?
- His book seems more directly aimed at the stakeholder - the business professional who is responsible for hiring or delegating someone to design a site.
- The government will introduce the legislation necessary to delegate the authority to the community committees so that they may implement the policies decided by the committee.
- We can delegate the authority to train and bring up our children to someone else but never the responsibility.
- Council planning officers have delegated powers to authorise masts of any height without taking the application to committee.
- I've delegated three people to rectify the problem, but none of them seem to know what the problem is.
- In the past he has delegated someone to read those that are written in languages he finds difficult.
1(to meeting)delegado masculinedelegada feminine
2(to party convention)delegado masculinedelegada feminine
3(in House of Representatives)
representante de un territorio que aún no ha adquirido categoría de estado
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