appointment
n.
agreement to meet

1) to keep; make an appointment with

2) to break; cancel an appointment

3) by appointment (he will see you by appointment)

4) an appointment to + inf. (she had an appointment to see the dean)

selection

5) an appointment to (they announced her appointment to the commission)

6) an appointment as (an appointment as professor)

position

7) to hold; receive an appointment

8) a permanent; temporary appointment

designation

9) by appointment to Her Majesty

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[ə'pɔɪntmənt]
cancel an appointment
make an appointment with
receive an appointment
temporary appointment
['agreement to meet'] to keep
['designation'] by appointment to Her Majesty
['position'] to hold
a permanent
to break
an appointment as (an appointment as professor)
by appointment (he will see you by appointment)
an appointment to + inf. (she had an appointment to see the dean)
['selection'] an appointment to (they announced her appointment to the commission)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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