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1. History and Etymology for Depute Middle English, to appoint, from Anglo-French Deputer, from Late Latin deputare to assign, from Latin, to consider (as), from de- + putare to consider Learn More about Depute

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2. See synonyms for: Depute / Deputed on Thesaurus.com verb (used with object), de·put·ed, de·put·ing

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3. If you Depute something to someone, you ask them to…

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4. Find 263 ways to say Depute, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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5. Related to Député: Depute

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6. Depute is the historical form of "deputy" and is still used in the Scottish legal system

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7. Deputy or Depute may refer to: Steward (office) Khalifa, an Arabic title that can signify "deputy" Deputy (legislator), a legislator in many countries

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8. [+job, authority] delegar to Depute sth to sb delegar algo en algn; to Depute sb to do sth delegar a algn para que haga algo Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011

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9. Hoyo de Monterrey Le Hoyo du Depute is part of the Le Hoyo cigar series, which dates back to the 1940s

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10. There are two schools of thought regarding Depute letters

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11. He practised as a barrister in Paris; and under the Revolution was elected as a Depute suppleant in the Constituent Assembly, and later as …

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12. ‘Appointed Depute clerk in 1996, she remained in Stromness until 1998, when her current duties became full time.’ ‘Principal Deputes in the High Court can only keep pace with their workload by using the time spent on the daily train journey to and from work to attend to papers.’

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13. 3 synonyms of Depute from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 6 related words, definitions, and antonyms

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14. Depute: to appoint as one's representative.

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15. See also: Depute and députe

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16. Verb [usually passive] If you are Deputed to do something, someone tells or allows you to do it on their behalf.

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17. Advocate-Depute député député / députée député / deputy Député de droite député des Français à l’étranger Député en mission Député-Maire honorable député le député est allé jusqu'à s'amuser de son rôle de briseur de huis clos le député français Madame le Député Monsieur le Député sénateur et député

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18. 'Depute' is a 6 letter word starting with D and ending with E Crossword clues for 'Depute' Clue Answer; Appoint as a substitute (6) Depute: Appoint as a deputy (6) Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Depute We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Depute will help you to finish your crossword today

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19. ‘"I shall Depute the task to a worthy fellow named Willis, in whom I shall have every confidence."’ ‘So a simple mode to acquire around this is to Depute the task to somebody who is skilled in it.’ ‘I have never wanted to Depute the work to someone else as long as I was on the place myself.’

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20. Definition of Depute in the Definitions.net dictionary

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21. What does Depute mean? Information and translations of Depute in the most comprehensive …

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22. The verb Depute has 3 senses: 1. transfer power to someone 2. appoint as a substitute 3

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23. Le Depute Dr Abdel Khaleq Mohamed, lui, a estime [beaucoup moins que]qu'il n'y avait pas communique pour le discuter et riposter [beaucoup plus grand que]

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24. Definition and synonyms of Depute from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

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25. This is the British English definition of Depute.View American English definition of Depute.

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26. Mid-14c., Deputen, "to appoint, assign as a substitute or agent," from Old French Deputer (14c.), from Late Latin deputare "destine, allot," in classical Latin "to esteem, consider, consider as," literally "to cut off, prune," from de- "away" (see de-) + putare "to think, count, consider," literally "to cut, prune," from PIE root *pau- (2) "to cut, strike, stamp."

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27. Definition of Depute verb in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

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28. The question is about the cultural politics of the word, "Depute", not about the role or the person filling the role

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29. The dictionary link showing that "Depute" and "deputy" have the the same etymology is useful

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30. The Wikipedia paragraph is not useful, except for its passing claim that "Depute leader" is a …

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31. Find 263 ways to say Depute, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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32. Depute From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Depute de‧pute / dɪˈpjuːt / verb → Depute somebody to do something → See Verb table Origin Depute ( 1300-1400 ) French députer , from Latin deputare “ to give a particular job to someone ” , from putare “ to consider ”

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33. Synonyms for Depute include delegate, transfer, entrust, appoint, assign, consign, devolve, give, hand over and pass on

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34. Meaning and definitions of Depute, translation of Depute in Hindi language with similar and opposite words

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35. Spoken pronunciation of Depute in English and in Hindi

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37. Depute: To appoint or authorize as an agent or representative

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39. Depute definition: appoint as a substitute synonyms: appoint, charge, deputise, deputize antonyms: recuperate, linger, absolve, calm, overcharge

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43. At the High Court of Justiciary prosecutions are brought by the Crown Office, who are represented in Court by Advocates Depute

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44. Advocates Depute are either advocates or solicitor-advocates to whom rights of audience in the High Court have been given by that Court

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45. Depute - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions

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46. Inflections of 'Depute' (v): (⇒ conjugate) Deputes v 3rd person singular deputing v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." Deputed v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man."

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47. Depute in Arabic - Translation of Depute to Arabic by Britannica English, the leading Free online English Arabic translation, with sentences translation, audio pronunciation, inflections, example sentences, synonyms, Arabic punctuation, word games, personal word lists and more

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48. Hoyo de Monterrey Le Hoyo Du Depute quantity

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DEPUTE [dəˈpyo͞ot]

VERB
depute (verb) · deputes (third person present) · deputed (past tense) · deputed (past participle) · deputing (present participle)

  • appoint or instruct (someone) to perform a task for which one is responsible.
  • delegate (authority or a task).
Synonyms: appoint . designate . nominate . assign . commission . charge . choose . select . elect . co-opt . empower . authorize . mandate . detail . delegate . transfer . turn over . hand over . hand on . pass on . consign . assign . entrust . give . devolve .