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Constituent

see synonyms of constituent

Noun

1. component, constituent, element

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

Example Sentences:
'spare components for cars'
'a component or constituent element of a system'

2. constituent

a member of a constituency; a citizen who is represented in a government by officials for whom he or she votes

Example Sentences:
'needs continued support by constituents to be re-elected'

3. component, component part, constituent, part, portion

something determined in relation to something that includes it

Example Sentences:
'he wanted to feel a part of something bigger than himself'
'I read a portion of the manuscript'
'the smaller component is hard to reach'
'the animal constituent of plankton'

4. constituent, grammatical constituent

(grammar) a word or phrase or clause forming part of a larger grammatical construction

5. component, constituent, element, factor, ingredient

an abstract part of something

Example Sentences:
'jealousy was a component of his character'
'two constituents of a musical composition are melody and harmony'
'the grammatical elements of a sentence'
'a key factor in her success'
'humor: an effective ingredient of a speech'

Adjective

6. constituent, constitutional, constitutive, organic

constitutional in the structure of something (especially your physical makeup)

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Constituent

see synonyms of constituent
adjective (prenominal)
1. 
forming part of a whole; component
2. 
having the power to frame a constitution or to constitute a government (esp in the phrases constituent assembly, constituent power)
3. rare
electing or having the power to elect
noun
4. 
a component part; ingredient
5. 
a resident of a constituency, esp one entitled to vote
6. mainly law
a person who appoints another to act for him or her, as by power of attorney
7. linguistics
a word, phrase, or clause forming a part of a larger construction
Compare immediate constituent, ultimate constituent

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Constituent

see synonyms of constituent
adjective
1. 
necessary in forming or making up a whole; component
a constituent part
2. 
that can or does appoint or vote for a representative
3. 
authorized to make or revise a political constitution or establish a government
a constituent assembly
noun
4. 
a person who appoints another to act as agent or representative
5. 
a member of a constituency, esp. any of the voters represented by a particular official
6. 
a necessary part or element; component
7. 
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 morphologically indivisible elements they, paint, -ed, sign, and -s are called ultimate constituents)

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Constituent

see synonyms of constituent
adj.
1. Serving as part of a whole; component: a constituent element.
2. Empowered to elect or designate.
3. Authorized to make or amend a constitution: a constituent assembly.
n.
1. A constituent part; a component. See Synonyms at element.
2. A resident of a district or member of a group represented by an elected official.
3. One that authorizes another to act as a representative; a client.
4. A structural unit, such as a verb, noun phrase, or clause, in a grammatical construction.

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