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  2. Delegate Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    To delegate is, literally or figuratively, to send another in one’s place, an idea that is reflected in the word’s origin: it is a descendant of the Latin word legare, meaning “to send.”. The noun delegate, which refers to a person who is chosen or elected to vote or act for others, arrived in English in the 14th century, while the verb didn't make its entrée till the early 16th century.

  3. Delegate Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    delegate noun (ˈdɛlɪˌɡeɪt, -ɡɪt) a person chosen or elected to act for or represent another or others, esp at a conference or meeting US government a representative of a territory in the US House of Representatives verb (ˈdɛlɪˌɡeɪt) to give or commit (duties, powers, etc) to another as agent or representative; depute

  4. DELEGATE | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    a person chosen or elected by a group to speak, vote, etc. for them, especially at a meeting: Delegates have voted in favour of the motion. Each union elects several delegates to the annual conference. More examples. Our delegates have been mandated to vote against the proposal at the conference.

  5. delegate n 1. a person chosen or elected to act for or represent another or others, esp at a conference or meeting 2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) government US a representative of a territory in the US House of Representatives vb 3. to give or commit (duties, powers, etc) to another as agent or representative; depute

  6. How to Delegate Effectively: 9 Tips for Managers | HBS Online

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    Know What to Delegate Not every task can be delegated. For example, performance reviews or any personnel matters should be handled by you. After all, hiring the right talent and knowing each employee’s strengths and weaknesses will ultimately make you better at assigning deliverables and transferring responsibility to the appropriate team members.

  7. delaGATE - Delaware County Community College - dccc.edu

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    delaGATE - Delaware County Community College Future Students Current Students Alumni & Friends Business Community Parents & Family Community Members Admissions & Financial Aid Academics Student Services Campus Life & Athletics Continuing Education About delaGATE There is currently no content classified with this term.

  8. Delegates - C# Programming Guide | Microsoft Learn

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    A delegate is a type that represents references to methods with a particular parameter list and return type. When you instantiate a delegate, you can associate its instance with any method with a compatible signature and return type. You can invoke (or call) the method through the delegate instance.

  9. How to Login to delaGATE for the First Time as a Student

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    1. In an internet browser, navigate to https://delagate.dccc.edu. 2. Enter in your DCCCid and password and click Login.Your initial password is your birthdate in ...

  10. delaGATE - Delaware County Community College - delaGATE Login - PPGW02 To Better Protect Your Account, 2-Step Verification Is Now Required for All Users. For More Information Please Reference Our 2-Step Verification FAQ. delaGATE Login If you are unable to log into delaGATE, please call the OIT Support Center at 610-359-5211.

  11. Delegates with Named vs. Anonymous Methods - C# Programming Guide

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    A delegate can be associated with a named method. When you instantiate a delegate by using a named method, the method is passed as a parameter, for example: C# // Declare a delegate. delegate void Del(int x); // Define a named method. void DoWork(int k) { /* ... */ } // Instantiate the delegate using the method as a parameter. Del d = obj.DoWork;