Member\ of\ Congress

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  • Member of Congress — ☆ Member of Congress n. a person who has been elected to the House of Representatives * * * …   Universalium

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  • Member of Congress — ☆ Member of Congress n. a person who has been elected to the House of Representatives …   English World dictionary

  • Member of Congress — Legislature This series is part of the Politics series Legislature Legislatures by country Parliament Member of Parliament Parliamentary group Parliamentary group leader Congress Congressperson …   Wikipedia

  • Member of Congress — Members of Congress N COUNT A Member of Congress is a person who has been elected to the United States Congress. Syn: MP …   English dictionary

  • member of Congress — A member of the lower house, the House of Representatives, of the Congress of the United States. In a broader sense, a member of either the House of Representatives or the Senate …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • member of Congress — Congressman, person elected to the United States Congress …   English contemporary dictionary

  • member of Congress — A member of the Senate or House of Representatives of the United States. In popular usage, particularly the latter …   Black's law dictionary

  • member — [mem′bər] n. [ME membre < OE < L membrum < IE * mēmsro , var. of mēmso , flesh > Sans māṁsá , Goth mimz, flesh] 1. a part or organ of a human or animal body; specif., a) an arm or leg b) the penis 2. a part of a plant considered with… …   English World dictionary

  • Member of Parliament — Legislature This series is part of the Politics series Legislature Legislatures by country Parliament Member of Parliament Parliamentary group Parliamentary group leader Congress Congressperson …   Wikipedia

  • congress — noun 1 large formal meeting/series of meetings ADJECTIVE ▪ international, national, world ▪ annual ▪ party ▪ extraordinary …   Collocations dictionary

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