Definition of 're-elect'
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The outcome is dystopian politics in which the motive that most influences politicians is getting re-elected. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)It is always good to see a leader re-elected in difficult times. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Government is pumping up borrowing in the short term to get re-elected. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Translations for 're-elect'
British English: re-elect VERB
When someone such as a politician or an official who has been elected is re-elected, they win another election and are therefore able to continue in their position as, for example, president or an official in an organization.
He needs 51 percent to be re-elected.
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