Synonyms for Delegation:

n.

club, association, flash mobbing, Support Group, regulation, authorization, nomination, transferal, conveyance, appointment, police, ordination, installation, panel, investiture, assignment, sending, trust, flash mob, Referring, retraction, mandate, abrogation. business, background, collaboration, calling, call, gathering, division of labor, career. agency (noun)
empowerment, lieutenancy, instrumentality, machinery, medium, conductor, proxy, agency, deputation, means, instrument, vehicle.
appointment (noun)
ordination.
assignment of responsibility (noun)
conveyance, mandate, Referring, relegation, consignment, installation, ordination, deputation, authorization, nomination, appointment, transferal, trust, investiture.
delegation (noun)
delegacy, embassy, deputation, mission, relegating, committee, relegation, commission, consignment, organization, delegating, subcommittee.
group (noun)
delegacy, deputation, commission, mission.
group of representatives (noun)
embassy, organization, gathering, commission, mission.

Other synonyms:

career, division of labor. collaboration. appointment, background. business. Other relevant words:
call, nomination, club, retraction, relegating, panel, association, delegating, collaboration, assignment, investiture, appointment, mandate, abrogation, regulation, trust, calling, conveyance, ordination, delegacy, authorization, transferal, installation, career, Referring, police, relegation, business, background, sending, gathering.

Usage examples for delegation

  1. At this stage of the proceedings the delegation from New Hampshire had not yet arrived upon the scene. – The Critical Period of American History by John Fiske
  2. When any power is given, it's delegation necessarily involves authority to make laws to execute it. – The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus by American Anti-Slavery Society
  3. Even in the inner life of states we meet with delegation of legislative power to a limited degree, and yet this does not mean that the authorities in question are raised into special and independent sources of law side by side with the government of the state. – The Future of International Law by Lassa Oppenheim