elector

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elector ‎(plural electors)

  1. A person eligible to vote in an election.
  2. An official serving in an electoral college or similar assembly.
  3. (historical) In the Holy Roman Empire, one of the princes entitled to choose the emperor.

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elector m ‎(plural electors, feminine electora)

  1. voter, elector

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elector m ‎(plural electores, feminine electora)

  1. voter, elector
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