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quorum

noun [S] uk   /ˈkwɔː.rəm/  us   /ˈkwɔːr.əm/ formal
the smallest number of people needed to be present at a meeting before it can officially begin and before official decisions can be taken
Translations of “quorum”
in Vietnamese số đại biểu quy định…
in Spanish quórum…
in Thai องค์ประกอบ…
in Malaysian korum…
in French quorum…
in German beschlußfähige Mitgliederzahl…
in Chinese (Traditional) (會議的)法定人數…
in Indonesian kuorum…
in Chinese (Simplified) (会议的)法定人数…
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