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-Elect appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):

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Definition of -Elect

What does -Elect mean?


  1. Used after a title to indicate the person who has been elected to hold the title before officially taking the position.

Phrases with -Elect

  1. Champion-Elect
  2. president-elect
  3. Vice-President-Elect

Printed books with definitions for -Elect

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Google previewTransplantation Ethics (2015)

, Second Edition by Robert M. Veatch, Lainie F. Ross

In a press release the UNOS News Bureau stated: ''For the first time, neither of the two nominees for Vice President / President-Elect is a transplant surgeon, transplant physician or executive director of an organ procurement organization.

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Quotes about -Elect

It's pretty hard to say no when a vice president-elect and a president-elect ask you to be part of the national team. (Christine Todd Whitman)
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