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constituent in Voting topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconstituentcon‧sti‧tu‧ent1 /kənˈstɪtʃuənt/ ●○○ AWL noun [countable]  1 PPVsomeone who votes in a particular area2 PARTone of the substances or things that combine to form somethingconstituent of Sodium is one of the constituents of salt.
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constituentA disabled constituent of mine was short changed by more than £2 in his community care grant for an orthopaedic bed.These distinctive characteristics come from differences in minute quantities of flavouring constituents whose concentrations are at the threshold of human sensory perception.Glutathione is an important constituent of intracellular protective mechanisms against a number of noxious stimuli including oxidative stress.Scientists have to break the compound down into its constituents in order to analyze it.Magnesium and sodium are the main constituents of salt.The predominant clay mineral constituents in lake muds from both regions include smectite, illite-smectites and lesser kaolinite.They are a complex mixture of up to 80 percent hydrocarbons with smaller amounts of fatty acids, alkyl esters and other constituents.Police found the constituents of a bomb inside an abandoned car.It also put pressure on them to show their constituents some real action.Can he say anything this afternoon that will enable me to reassure my very worried constituents?