majority

[Noun] Plural form: majorities. More than half of a group of people or things.
Example: The majority of people in the UK have a telephone at home.
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majority

[n] - the age at which a person is considered competent to manage their own affairs 2. [n] - (in an election) more than half of the votes 3. [n] - the property resulting from being or relating to the greater in number of two parts
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majority

noun the property resulting from being or relating to the greater in number of two parts; the main part; `the majority of his customers prefer it`; `the bulk of the work is finished`
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majority

legal age noun the age at which persons are considered competent to manage their own affairs
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majority

absolute majority noun (elections) more than half of the votes
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Majority

(n) Majority is the stage or position by which a person or a group of person attains or acquires the capability or a right to perform a legally binding Act. An individual become competent to do a legally binding Act when he attains certain age limit. A majority holding of right legitimate a person to do functions binding the group.
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majority

more than half of the votes in an election
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