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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To nominate someone to be a Tribute honoree, send his or her name and address, as well as a brief description of his or her accomplishments, to: The 36th annual Tribute Race Committee, c/o The Item, 156 Church St., Clinton, MA 01510, or email tributerace@yahoo.com.
Bee, from Solihull, said: "When I heard you could nominate someone to be a Torchbearer for the Olympics, there was only one person I could think of to nominate.
Can I nominate someone to be an Olympic torchbearer?
"We have so many people across the borough that work tirelessly on behalf of others, make a real difference, so why not nominate someone to be part of the torch relay?" The deadline for nominations, which can be made at the Olympics 2012 website, is June 29.
Opposition parties made a serious political blunder by failing to nominate someone to form the next government, MP Nayla Tueini said Thursday in the conservative daily AN NAHAR.
You can nominate someone to have an RAOK, or you can do one yourself.
There is still time to nominate someone to win a place at a special birthday celebration dinner at Liverpool town hall.
We've teamed up with Bacs, the people behind Direct Debit, to let readers nominate someone to receive pounds 1,000.
A leading charity for the blind in Birmingham is calling on people across the city to nominate someone to be publicly arrested and jailed in aid of a good cause.
We've teamed up with Bacs, the people behind Direct Debit, to give Mirror readers the chance to nominate someone to receive a pounds 1,000.
All you need to do is nominate someone to take part in the Anthony Nolan Trust's 'Jail or Bail' day on March 30.