How to Pronounce appointee?

Correct pronunciation for the word "appointee" is [ɐpˈɔ͡ɪntiː], [ɐpˈɔ‍ɪntiː], [ɐ_p_ˈɔɪ_n_t_iː].

"Appointee" in context

An appointee is someone who has been assigned to an official position or task, usually by a higher-ranking authority. Appointees are typically found in many roles, especially in the United States where the President has the right to appoint individuals to various cabinet posts. Appointees serve for specific terms, often determined by the appointing authority. Examples of appointees include Supreme Court justices, cabinet secretaries, members of a state court, ambassadors, and members of regulatory agencies. Each appointee is evaluated during their term and could be removed from their post by their appointing authority.

At the same time, there are appointees appointed by businesses and organizations.


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