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e•lec•tor



Pronunciation: (i-lek'tur), [key]
n.
1. a person who elects or may elect, esp. a qualified voter.
2. a member of the electoral college of the U.S.
3. (usually cap.) one of the German princes entitled to elect the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.

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