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Definition of "delegated" []

  • A person chosen or elected to act for or represent another or others, esp at a conference or meeting (noun)
  • A representative of a territory in the US House of Representatives (noun)
  • To give or commit (duties, powers, etc) to another as agent or representative; depute (verb)
  • To send, authorize, or elect (a person) as agent or representative (verb)
  • To assign (a person owing a debt to oneself) to one's creditor in substitution for oneself (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of delegate. (verb)

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Use "delegated" in a sentence
  • "This is now a term delegated to the noisy, gaming arenas known as 'arcades'."
  • "And of course, every state is different since the police powers must in some way be delegated from the State Executive."
  • "Glenn says that any VP power is executive branch and delegated from the President."
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