- n.任命; 提名; 被提名;
- 复数: nominations;
Membership of the club is by nomination only.
"I'll get the Republican nomination," he assured me. "It's in the bag."
Few expected that he would declare his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the presidency.
His nomination, while strongly backed by the President, has received tepid support in the Senate.
He knew the nomination was his for the asking.
They opposed the nomination of a junior officer to the position of Inspector General of Police.
They say he's certain to get a nomination for best supporting actor.
The film faces stiff competition for the Best Film nomination.
On the death of Leo there were two main candidates for nomination as his replacement.
Few people pronounced for his nomination.
A third candidate has entered the contest for the Republican nomination.
She is standing for the Democratic Party presidential nomination.
John is favourite to get the nomination for club president.
She has withdrawn her nomination as chairman.
He declined the nomination.
Realizing his own limitations, he was skeptical about running for the Republican presidential nomination.
As part of the - list cast, LaBeouf shared a Screen Actors Guild nomination with the all - star lineup.
Member of the Election Committee should subscribe to only ONE nomination form election.
Should be the first to a nomination form.
Hsi accepted nomination to be next school year's Vice Principal.
Obama told CBS Television , television he takes the plan blame for bungle Dashle bungled Daschle nomination.
His friends were pleased by his nomination.
John is the favorite to get the nomination for club president.
Her performance earned her an Academy Award nomination, for best supporting actress.
This form must be Form D 5 reporting the nomination of new reserve director.
I second the nomination!
1. the act of officially naming a candidate;
"the Republican nomination for Governor"
2. the condition of having been proposed as a suitable candidate for appointment or election;
"there was keen competition for the nomination"
"his nomination was hotly protested"
3. an address (usually at a political convention) proposing the name of a candidate to run for election;
"the nomination was brief and to the point"
提名 任命 任命权