uninominal

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uninominal ‎(not comparable)

  1. (politics, of a legislature, an electoral system, etc) That elects one member from each district, or (of a person) elected from a specific district rather than at large.

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uninominal m (feminine singular uninominale, masculine plural uninominaux, feminine plural uninominales)

  1. for a single candidate
    scrutin uninominal majoritaire à deux tours — two-round plurality voting system

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