Pronunciation of Assignment
/ɐsˈa͡ɪnmənt/, /ɐsˈaɪnmənt/, /ɐ_s_ˈaɪ_n_m_ə_n_t/
Synonyms for assignment:
forfeiture, nameless, blind trust, naming ceremony, justifiable homicide, plain, judicial restraint, nullity, cancel, syllabus, coursework, transferal, contributory negligence, tort, liability, unnamed, namesake, assign, surety, nee, titular, admeasurement, notarized, term paper, department, work placement, delegation, judicial activism, reversion, said, classification, injury, remedy, initial, distribution, bail, writ, delinquency, master class, eminent domain.
Other synonyms and related words:
cancellation, coursework, alienate, notarized, duty assignment, principal, tour, fitting, delegation, deputation, liability, bail, detail, appointee, said, chore, hypothesis, identification, delinquency, designation, clinic, unit, attest, surety, directions, distribution, nameless, reversion, lesson, admeasurement, assign, office, conveyance, paper, president grant, operation, graduation, reading, appellative, department, date, subsidisation, stint, concession, assigning, cancel, namesake, satisfaction, cost, denomination, restraint, module, subsidization, draft, post, transfer, alienation, cause, task, transferal, legation, placement, nullity, appointment, duty, charge, naming, junior, engagement, mission, appellation, classification, grant.
Sense 1 (noun)
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Sense 6 (noun)
chunk, division, share, segment, allotment, lot, part, portion, measure, budget, ration, parcel, slice, proportion, stake, quantum, quota, percentage, allowance, stipend, apportionment, allocation, piece, partition, dispensation, split.
company, livelihood, labor, activity, retailing, barter, position, trade, consortium, corporation, employment, enterprise, commerce, industry, busy work, occupation, posting, exchange, career, negotiation, partnership, market, management, merchant, holding, concern, station, situation, job, specialty, commission, establishment, vocation, profession, service, calling, selling, interest, practice, business, transaction, affair, proprietorship, venture, firm.