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deselect in Voting topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdeselectde‧sel‧ect /ˌdiːsəˈlekt/ verb [transitive]  1 TDto remove something from a list of choices on a computer2 British EnglishPPV if members of a political party deselect an existing Member of Parliament, they refuse to choose him or her as a candidate at the next electiondeselection /-ˈlekʃən/ noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
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deselectShire difficulty became sheer impossibility after a months long battle to deselect David Abrahams, the previous candidate.They can also threaten to get rid of you or deselect you.