designado

noun de·sig·na·do \ˌdesigˈnä(ˌ)dō, -ezi-\

Definition of designado

plural

-s

  1. :  one legally appointed or elected in some Spanish-American countries to succeed the president

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Origin and Etymology of designado

Spanish from designado, past participle of designar to designate, from Latin designare


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