- umat pilihanboleh pilihdipilihmemilihElects
Noun(1) an exclusive group of people
Verb(1) select by a vote for an office or membership(2) choose
Adjective(1) selected as the best(2) elected but not yet installed in office
(1) The complaint is that Calvin's God is a salvation Scrooge, reluctantly doling out redemption to an elect few rather than lavishing his grace on all of humanity.(2) Students from classes four to 10 cast their votes to elect their student leaders.(3) Some experts claim it's better to elect for a controlled cut, while others say tearing is preferable as the healing time's quicker.(4) These enemies are not just the rich Arab monarchies of the Gulf, or Israel, or the US, but the whole world outside the charmed circle of the elect .(5) The meeting also confirmed deputy town mayor Cllr Claire Wright as mayor elect for the next municipal year.(6) Here's a follow-up question I wish one of the elect would ask the designated White House leakers.(7) McGow is proud of the fact that so many parents stay with the centre, choosing when to elect to have support.(8) The chairman elect , who was due to take over this year, has resigned as a director of the oil and gas explorer.(9) The Archbishop of Canterbury elect becomes a Druid and is indignant at those who think he may be flirting with paganism.(10) When the Archbishop elect made his formal entrance to York Minster later in the day, his first act was to kneel in silent prayer with head bowed for more than 10 minutes.(11) It's an almost religious process of divine selection - the elect and the damned.(12) While some may chose to spend that season lazing beside rivers and quaffing champagne, the more discerning amongst us elect for the greensward and the thrill of clattering wickets.(13) to elect a president(14) On the other hand, if you elect for the more expensive hardware option, much less CPU power is needed and often both the picture and sound quality are greatly improved.(15) A competent patient, properly advised by a doctor, may elect to choose a form of treatment which is not the one that the doctor would recommend.(16) That clause allows creditors the choice to elect for this legislation to apply to contracts that existed prior to this law coming into force.
(1) to elect :: untuk memilih
1. future ::
3. designate ::
4. chosen ::
6. coming ::
7. next ::
9. vote for ::
10. vote in ::
11. return ::
12. cast one's vote for ::
mengundi seseorang untuk
13. choose ::
14. pick ::
15. select ::
16. the chosen ::
17. the elite ::
18. the favored ::
Different Formselect, electable, elected, electing, elects
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