reappointment


reappointment

noun

  1. a fixed mutual agreement for a meeting; engagement: We made an appointment to meet again.
  2. a meeting set for a specific time or place: I’m late for my appointment.
  3. the act of appointing, designating, or placing in office: to fill a vacancy by appointment.
  4. an office, position, or the like, to which a person is appointed: He received his appointment as ambassador to Italy.
  5. Usually appointments. equipment, furnishings, or accouterments.
  6. appointments, accouterments for a soldier or a horse.
  7. Manège. a horse-show class in which the contestant need not be a member of a hunt but must wear regulation hunt livery.Compare Corinthian(def 9).
  8. Archaic. decree; ordinance.

noun

  1. an arrangement to meet a person or be at a place at a certain time
  2. the act of placing in a job or position
  3. the person who receives such a job or position
  4. the job or position to which such a person is appointed
  5. (usually plural) a fixture or fitting
  6. property law nomination to an interest in property under a deed or will
n.

early 15c., “an agreement,” also “a fixing of a date for official business,” from Middle French apointement, from apointer (see appoint). Meaning “act of placing in office” is attested from 1650s.

see make an appointment.

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