quórum


quórum
m.
quorum, assistance.
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quórum
nombre masculino invariable
1 quorum
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['kworum]
SM (pl quórums) ['kworum] quorum

constituir quórum — to make up a quorum

la reunión no pudo celebrarse por falta de quórum — the meeting could not be held because there wasn't a quorum o frm because it was inquorate

R
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['kworum]
masculino (pl -rums) quorum

no hubo quórum — they/we did not have a quorum, the meeting was inquorate (frml)

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= quorum.
Ex. Today, the House of Commons Committee has a membership of 16 and the quorum is 5.
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* haber quórum = be quorate.
* recuperación por quórum = quorum matching.
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['kworum]
masculino (pl -rums) quorum

no hubo quórum — they/we did not have a quorum, the meeting was inquorate (frml)

* * *
= quorum.

Ex: Today, the House of Commons Committee has a membership of 16 and the quorum is 5.

* haber quórum = be quorate.
* recuperación por quórum = quorum matching.

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quórum
/ˈkworum/
masculine
(pl -rums)
quorum
no se pudo votar por falta de quórum they could not vote because they lacked o did not have a quorum o (frml) because the meeting was inquorate
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quórum /'kworum/ sustantivo masculino (pl
-rums ) quorum

quórum sustantivo masculino quorum

'quórum' also found in these entries:
English:
quorum
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quórum nm
quorum;
hay quórum we have a quorum, Br we are quorate;
no hay quórum we don't have a quorum, Br we are inquorate;
la votación se suspendió por falta de quórum the vote was postponed because there wasn't a quorum
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quórum
m quorum;
alcanzar el quórum have a quorum
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quórum nm, pl quórums : quorum

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • quorum — quo·rum / kwōr əm/ n [Middle English, a select number of English justices of the peace formerly required to be present at sessions to constitute a lawful bench, from Latin, of whom, genitive plural of qui who; from the wording of the commission… …   Law dictionary

  • quorum — [ k(w)ɔrɔm ] n. m. • 1688; angl. quorum, mot lat. « desquels », génitif plur. de qui, au sens partit. ♦ Dr., admin. Nombre minimum de membres présents ou représentés (pouvoirs), exigé pour qu une assemblée puisse valablement délibérer et prendre… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Quórum — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Quórum es un término jurídico que se refiere al número requerido de asistentes a una sesión de cualquier cuerpo de deliberación o parlamentario para que sea posible adoptar una decisión válida. Contenido 1 Origen 2… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Quorum — Quo rum (kw[=o] r[u^]m), n. [L., of whom, gen. pl. of qui who, akin to E. who. See the Note below.] Such a number of the officers or members of any body as is competent by law or constitution to transact business; as, a quorum of the House of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • quórum — (plural quórum.) sustantivo masculino 1. (no contable) Área: política Número de personas que tienen que estar presentes para que se celebre una reunión o votación: Como faltaba mucha gente y no había quórum, no se pudo celebrar la reunión. 2.… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • quorum — (n.) early 15c., in reference to certain eminent justices of the peace, from L. quorum of whom, genitive plural of qui (see WHO (Cf. who)). The traditional wording of the commission appointing justices of the peace translates as, We have also… …   Etymology dictionary

  • quorum — |quórum| s. m. Ver quórum.   ‣ Etimologia: palavra latina que significa dos quais , genitivo plural do pronome relativo qui, quae, quod, o qual, quem, que …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • quorum — / kwɔrum/ s.m. [propr. dei quali , genit. pl. del pron. rel. lat. qui, presente nella frase lat. mediev. quorum vos unum (duos, ecc.) esse volumus dei quali vogliamo che voi siate uno (due, ecc.) ]. (polit., giur.) [numero legalmente necessario… …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • quórum — ‘Número de individuos necesario para que un cuerpo deliberante tome ciertos acuerdos’. Aunque, por influjo de recomendaciones anteriores, aún es mayoritario el plural invariable los quórum, se aconseja acomodar esta palabra a la regla general y… …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • quórum — s. m. 1. Número necessário de membros para que uma assembleia possa funcionar. 2. Número de pessoas imprescindível para a realização de algo. • Plural: quóruns.   ‣ Etimologia: latim quorum, dos quais, genitivo plural do pronome relativo qui,… …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • quórum — (Del lat. quorum, genit. pl. de qui). 1. m. Número de individuos necesario para que un cuerpo deliberante tome ciertos acuerdos. 2. Proporción de votos favorables para que haya acuerdo …   Diccionario de la lengua española


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