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con·stit·u·ent
[kuhn-stich-oo-uhnt]
ADJECTIVE
1.
serving to compose or make up a thing; component: the constituent parts of a motor.
2.
having power to frame or alter a political constitution or fundamental law, as distinguished from lawmaking power: a constituent assembly.
NOUN
3.
a constituent element, material, etc.; component.
4.
a person who authorizes another to act in his or her behalf, as a voter in a district represented by an elected official.
5.
Grammar. an element considered as part of a construction.
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Constituent or constituency may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 In politics; 2 In the physical sciences; 3 Other meanings; 4 See also. In politics[edit]. Electoral district  ...

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Constituent means part of a whole, as in "we'll break this down into its constituent parts." The word comes up often in political contexts: constituents are the ...

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In syntactic analysis, a constituent is a word or a group of words that function(s) as a single unit within a hierarchical structure. The analysis of constituent ...

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Define constituent: any one of the people who live and vote in an area : a member of a constituency — constituent in a sentence.

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Constituent definition, serving to compose or make up a thing; component: the constituent parts of a motor. See more.

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Constituent. A person who is represented politically by a designated government official or officeholder, especially when the official is one that the person ...

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an element of a word or construction (Ex.: in “they painted signs” the main elements they and painted signs are called immediate constituents; the further ...

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Late 15th century (as a noun denoting a person who appoints another as agent): from Latin constituent- (partly via French constituant) 'establishing, appointing', ...