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candidate definition

  • noun:
    • an individual who seeks or is nominated for an office, prize, or honor.
    • A student that has almost completed certain requirements for a diploma.
    • one which seems more likely to gain a certain position or arrived at a specific fate: younger stars that prospects for stardom; a memorandum that is a good applicant for the rubbish can.
    • an individual who is working in an election or who's signing up to a posture for employment.
    • A participant in an examination.
    • person who offers himself, or is submit by others, as an appropriate person or an aspirant or contestant for an office, privilege, or honor.
    • an individual who seeks or perhaps is put forward by other individuals for an office or honor; person who offers himself or perhaps is proposed for workplace or preferment, by-election or visit: since, a candidate when it comes to office of sheriff, or for a qualification.
    • One who seeks or is an aspirant for something other than office or preferment: as, a candidate for literary fame; “a candidate of heaven,”
    • A member associated with white-robed body-guard associated with the Roman emperors, set up about 237 a. d. by Gordianus the Younger.
    • a politician who is running for public office
    • somebody who is known as for some thing (for an office or prize or honor etc.)
    • A person who seeks or perhaps is selected for an office, award, or honor.
    • A student who has almost finished the requirements for a diploma.
    • one which seems prone to gain a certain place or arrived at a particular fate: young actors who're applicants for stardom; a memorandum this is certainly an excellent prospect for the garbage will.
    • someone who is working in an election or who's deciding on a situation for employment.
    • A participant in an examination.
    • person who offers himself, or perhaps is put forward by others, as the right individual or an aspirant or contestant for an office, privilege, or honor.
    • an individual who seeks or is submit by other individuals for an office or honor; person who provides himself or perhaps is recommended for office or preferment, by election or visit: as, a candidate for the office of sheriff, or for a degree.
    • One who seeks or perhaps is an aspirant for anything other than workplace or preferment: as, a candidate for literary popularity; “a prospect of paradise,”
    • A member associated with the white-robed body-guard of this Roman emperors, set up about 237 a. d. by Gordianus the Younger.
    • a politician that is running for community company
    • somebody who is considered for one thing (for an office or award or honor etc.)
  • others:
    • To render competent as a candidate.
    • to be an applicant; look for or aspire to some company; offer one's self or an individual's solutions as a candidate, as a clergyman pursuing a parish or a charge; contend with others as a candidate.
    • To make competent as a candidate.
    • In order to become a candidate; look for or aspire to some company; provide a person's self or an individual's solutions as an applicant, as a clergyman searching for a parish or a charge; contend with other people as an applicant.
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