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Designate | Definition of Designate by Merriam-Webster
Verb. The wooden stakes designate the edge of the building site. the designated time for the meeting
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3. To select and set aside for a duty, office, or purpose: designated a delegate to represent our department; designated funds for the project. See Synonyms at allocate, appoint.
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adjective. named or selected for an office, position, etc., but not yet installed (often used in combination following the noun it modifies): ambassador-designate.
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Designated is defined as appointed someone to a particular position or gave something a particular purpose.
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Courts in a majority of jurisdictions have interpreted designated-premises endorsements as requiring a causal connection between the damages in question and the "ownership, maintenance or use of" the designated premises and the "necessary or incidental" operations of those premises.
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Designate | Define Designate at Dictionary.com
adjective. named or selected for an office, position, etc., but not yet installed (often used in combination following the noun it modifies): ambassador-designate.