Sinonimi di elect
1 (verbo )
to choose (someone) to fill a position by voting for him or herThe people have voted to elect a new president.
vote for, ,
He had picked ten people to interview for the jobs.
The people have a right to determine their own future.
It made sense to appoint a banker to this job.
designate, , ,
We need to designate someone as our spokesperson.
2 (verbo )
to choose or decideThose electing to observe will be seated at the rear.
1 (aggettivo )
one of the elect few permitted to enter
2 (aggettivo )
voted into office but not yet having taken over from the current office-bearerthe date when the president-elect takes office
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in the sense of appoint
to assign officially to a job or positionIt made sense to appoint a banker to this job.
in the sense of choice
of high qualityThe finest array of choicest foods is to be found within their Food Hall.
booshit (Australian, slang),
exo (Australian, slang),
sik (Australian, slang),
schmick (Australian, informal)
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