Noun(1) an artifact that is one of the individual parts of which a composite entity is made up; especially a part that can be separated from or attached to a system(2) a member of a constituency; a citizen who is represented in a government by officials for whom he or she votes(3) something determined in relation to something that includes it(4) (grammar(5) an abstract part of something
Adjective(1) constitutional in the structure of something (especially your physical makeup
(1) The Governing Body, in its wisdom, devolved decision making for the trophy's route to its constituent bodies, the counties.(2) Eight Republicans came back from recess, their ears burning with constituent anger, and voted with the Dems.(3) I also predict that the package the Democrats propose will not be based on any discernible economic theory, but rather will be an assortment of goodies for various constituent groups.(4) The Union was based on the sovereignty of its seven constituent provinces, with the maximum devolution of power from the centre.(5) It remains the case that they key constituent audience can't go and see this film.(6) It is the collective product of the community, to which all its constituent members have jointly contributed.(7) So they flew to D.C. to meet with him, called his office daily to complain about it, and organized a constituent call-in drive.(8) The rebels, who are demanding a roundtable conference, an interim government and a constituent assembly, insist that the peace process should involve the king as well as the political parties.(9) Thus, the lack of a word-level constituent that matches the phrase in category indicates either (1) the head has been elided; or (2) the head has a more specific label than its general category label.(10) On Tuesday, the new German parliament met in constituent session.(11) In all institutions the constituent members are, at least notionally, united to achieve a common goal.(12) The constituent assembly aimed to reduce instability by defining a ministerial crisis strictly, with a motion of censure required to overthrow a government.(13) At the particle level binding energy is measured as the difference of the mass of the whole nucleus and the sum of the constituent parts.(14) A 1946 plebiscite ended the monarchy, and a constituent assembly was elected to draw up plans for the republic.(15) That option does not seem terribly realistic or to have widespread support among the constituent communities.(16) Exactly two years later, voters will return to the polls to elect an 88-member constituent assembly to decide on a constitution and the future form of government.
(1) constituent assembly :: 憲法制定会議
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Different Formsconstituent, constituents
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