constituent definition

  • adjective:
    • Serving as an element of a complete; element: a constituent element.
    • Empowered to elect or designate.
    • Authorized to produce or amend a constitution: a constituent installation.
    • becoming a component, or part of an entire
    • authorized to make a constitution
    • Serving to form, write, or constitute; elemental; element.
    • Having the energy of electing or appointing.
    • constitutional when you look at the construction of anything (especially your actual makeup)
  • noun:
    • A constituent component; an element. See Synonyms at factor.
    • A resident of an area or person in friends represented by an elected authoritative.
    • the one that authorizes another to act on your behalf; litigant.
    • Grammar a practical product of a grammatical construction, as a verb, noun term, or clause.
    • a component, or part of a whole
    • The person or thing which comprises, determines, or constructs.
    • A resident of a spot represented by an elected authoritative.
    • one that appoints another to act for him as attorney-in-fact.
    • A functional component of a phrase or clause.
    • anyone or thing which constitutes, determines, or constructs.
    • whatever constitutes or composes, as a component, or a vital component; a component; an element.
    • One for whom another functions; specially, person who is represented by another in a legislative construction; -- correlative to representative.
    • someone who appoints another to behave for him as attorney in fact.
    • One who or that which comprises or forms, or establishes or determines.
    • whatever comprises or composes as part, or essential parts; a formative factor or ingredient.
    • One who comprises another their agent; one who empowers another to transact company for him, or appoints another to an office when the person appointed presents him as his agent.
    • one that elects or assists in electing another to a public workplace; even more usually, any inhabitant of district represented by an elective officer, specifically by one elected to a legislative human body: so-called with regards to such officer.
    • (sentence structure) a word or phrase or term forming part of a larger grammatical construction
    • an artifact which one of many specific elements of which a composite entity is made up; specially part that can be divided from or attached to something
    • one thing determined pertaining to something which includes it
    • a member of a constituency; a citizen that is represented in a government by officials for who he/she votes
    • an abstract part of one thing
  • others:
    • Constituting or existing as a required component or ingredient; developing or composing as essential parts; component; elementary: as, oxygen and hydrogen will be the constituent parts of liquid.
    • obtaining the energy of constituting or appointing, or of electing to public company: as, a constituent body.

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