Elect

• (n.) One chosen or set apart. • (a.) Chosen to an office, but not yet actually inducted into it; as, bishop elect; governor or mayor elect. • (v. t.) To designate, choose, or select, as an object of mercy or favor. • (n.) Those who are chosen for salvation. • (v. t.) To select or take for an office; to select by vote; as,...
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elect

1. Chosen; taken by preference from among two or more. 'Colours quaint elect.' ... 2. Chosen as the object of mercy or divine favor; set apart to eternal life. 'The elect angels.' ... 3. Chosen to an office, but not yet actually inducted into it; as, bishop elect; governor or mayor elect. ... Origin: L. Electus, p. P. Of eligere to elect; e out + l...
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elect

elite adjective selected as the best; `an elect circle of artists`; `elite colleges`
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Elect

E·lect' adjective [ Latin electus , past participle of eligere to elect; e out + legere to choose. See Legend , and confer Elite , Eclectic .] 1. Chosen; taken by preference from among two or more. 'Colors quaint elect .' Spenser....
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Elect

E·lect' noun 1. One chosen or set apart. « Behold my servant, whom I uphold; mine elect , in whom my soul delighteth.» Is. xlii. 1. 2. plural (Theol.) Those who are chosen for salvation. « Shall not God avenge his won elect ?&#...
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Elect

E·lect' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Elected ; present participle & verbal noun Electing .] 1. To pick out; to select; to choose. « The deputy elected by the Lord.» Shak. 2. ...
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elect

choose by a vote for an office or membership
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elect

elect 1. Picked out, chosen; also, chosen for excellence or by preference; select, choice. 2. To choose someone by a vote, e.g., for public office, an official role, or membership of some group. 3. To make a decision to do something. 4. Etymology: from Latin electus, eligere, 'to pick out, to choose'; from e-, 'out of, from' + legere, 'to gather, ...
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ELECT

Electronic (primary altimeter operating mode)
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Elect

The conversion of a conditional order into a market order.
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Elect

The degree of buyers' responsiveness to price changes. Elasticity is measured as the percent change
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elect

[adj] - selected as the best 2. [v] - select by a vote for an office or membership 3. [v] - choose
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