quorum

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See also: Quorum and quórum

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin quōrum, genitive plural form of quī (who, which), used as standard wording in written commissions.

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Noun[edit]

quorum (plural quorums or quora)

  1. The minimum number of members required for a group to officially conduct business and to cast votes, often but not necessarily a majority or supermajority.
    We can discuss the issue tonight, but cannot vote until we have a quorum.
  2. A selected body of persons.

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Italian[edit]

Noun[edit]

quorum m (invariable)

  1. quorum

Latin[edit]

Pronoun[edit]

quorum

  1. genitive masculine plural of quī
  2. genitive neuter plural of quī

Adjective[edit]

quorum

  1. genitive masculine plural of quī
  2. genitive neuter plural of quī

Pronoun[edit]

quorum

  1. genitive masculine plural of quis
  2. genitive neuter plural of quis

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