designate[ verb dez-ig-neyt; adjective dez-ig-nit, -neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF designate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DESIGNATE
Ye see, Mr. Curzoin'—for so they both agreed to designate me.
The word is used to designate an interval, a position, or an angle.
If you wish to designate them because of their color, you cannot use a false term.
It may be correctly used to designate any division of the useful arts.
You should also designate a specific length of time to work with self-hypnosis.
That was the quaint term by which Tommy was wont to designate Miss Owen.
A term used to designate a metal barrier or guard on a part of a tool.
He dared not to designate his enemies face to face and by name.
That the word could also be employed to designate a sinful party was a revelation to me.
These names are used to designate capitals and small letters.