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proxy

美国发音:['prɑksi]
英国发音:['prɒksi]

[n]
英语解释:someone who has the authority to do something for you, especially to vote
常见翻译:代理人,代表人;代用品

1 person authorized to act for another. 2 the authority so given.
A person acts as your proxy if you give them the power to act for you, especially if you authorize them to vote for you or to sign for you. A vote so cast is a proxy vote. At company meetings, for example, shareholders who cannot vote personally vote by proxy; that is, they authorize someone to vote on their behalf. The power so given is also proxy.