Noun(1) a course that the student can select from among alternatives
Adjective(1) subject to popular election(2) not compulsory
(1) Swett battled for the full reform program: to make everything, even the mayoralty, an appointive rather than an elective office.(2) Jumping into elective politics, Hilleary made an unsuccessful run for the state senate in 1992.(3) In addition, while Dole faced criticism that she had no prior elective experience, there was scant attention paid to the dearth of women in executive positions of power in the United States.(4) Students may be able to earn an elective credit course within their nursing program for their independent study experience at camp.(5) A six week elective course on smoking cessation, which aimed to encourage cessation and provide how-to-quit strategies, was also constructed.(6) For it is an elementary proposition that if a vote is not cast for one of the two highest candidates it is completely shorn of its elective power.(7) If we cannot elect men with sufficient education and honor even to try to be wise, we can number in a few score the years in which the elective power will remain ours.(8) But I say to them that elective dictatorship only occurs when we disregard moral and political imperatives.(9) We had one elective every day, and had four electives in all, one of them repeating.(10) Poland was Europe's most important elective monarchy.(11) Republican women hold forty-one state elective offices, and Democrats, forty-three.(12) At the same time, both men said they were the person to represent the majority-minority district and that ethnicity is not the only prerequisite for elective office.(13) One physics department in Kenya allows its students to take an elective course in entrepreneurship offered by the university's business division.(14) Congress is Thune's first elective office, but he arrived on Capitol Hill in 1997 with experience in several jobs that gave him a solid grounding in federal, state and local government.(15) And so, for the first time in 12 years, he found himself out of elective office without a certain next step.(16) She expressed disappointment when told that with advance notice our nursing program could have designed learning activities to provide her with an elective course credit for her summer work.
(1) elective course :: cwrs dewisol
2. elective course ::
1. compulsory ::
2. mandatory ::
3. obligatory ::
Different Formselective, electives
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