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    Nominate vs Indicate

    If I would like to suggest someone to be awarded which word I should use nominate or indicate. What is the main difference?
    Do all the sentences below have the same meaning?
    " I have indicated him to be promoted."
    " He was indicated by the CEO for this position." or
    " He has been referred by the CEO for this position."

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    Re: Nominate vs Indicate

    {Not a teacher}
    Hi Marcos,
    "nominate" is the most appropriate word here for your situation.
    "I have nominated him to be promoted."
    "He was nominated by the CEO for this position."

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