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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However, it is already clear that the opposition will hardly manage to consolidate and nominate somebody to run for president in
They also proposed that the Machar-led rebel group would nominate somebody to fill a new would-be prime minister's position, but the official occupying this position would not be eligible for elections.
To nominate somebody to win pounds 1,000, simply follow the instructions on the form on the official Big Break website at: www.thebigbreak.co.uk.
If you are physically unable to participate in the shoot out, you may nominate somebody to represent you at the editor's discretion.