nominate (one) to (something)

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nominate (one) to (something)

To recommend, suggest, or put forward one as a candidate to join a particular group. Tom wants to nominate Sally to the board of directors.
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nominate someone to something

to suggest someone to become a member of a group. I am the one who nominated her to the board. The president nominated herself to the position of chairman of the board.
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King Felipe VI will consult party leaders in the coming weeks and is likely to nominate one to try to form a government.
He said a presidential statement today, "Masum did not send a request of this kind, and did not nominate one to stay in his office, calling on the media to contact them to make sure about any information concerning to the presidency before reporting them " ./ end
Conclusion Difficult to nominate one to beat him, but I would still prefer to be on the field.
Feel free to nominate one to five (or more) companies or people that have enhanced your information technology world during the past year.
I've long thought he was the one to beat in the World Hurdle and I can't nominate one to worry him.