- 01. The Liberal Party want her to run as a [candidate] in the upcoming provincial election.02. The Republican [candidate] is leading in the polls with the election only a few days away.03. London is seen as one of the best [candidates] for the next summer Olympics.04. There will be a meeting this evening where the public can ask questions of each of the [candidates] for mayor.05. One of the Opposition [candidates] in the election was assassinated by members of a pro-government militia.06. My brother was recently a [candidate] for a position as a municipal councilor, but he lost the election.07. I wasn't impressed by what either of the main [candidates] said in the debate, so I don't know who I'm going to vote for.08. Kin Hubbard once observed that we'd all like to vote for the best man, but he's never a [candidate].09. Eugene McCarthy once remarked that it is dangerous for a national [candidate] to say things that people might remember.10. Henrietta Patterson has announced her [candidacy] for the position of president of the union.11. According to Chile's Constitution, if no [candidate] wins a majority in an election, the winner is the person who receives the most votes.12. In Burma, couples generally date only when the girl has accepted the boy as a possible [candidate] for marriage.13. In January 1960, Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts announced his [candidacy] for the Democratic presidential nomination.14. The island of Malta is currently an official [candidate] for membership in the European Union.15. The planet Mars has long been considered by scientists as the best [candidate] for harboring extraterrestrial life.16. The Liberal Party want her to run as a [candidate] in the upcoming provincial election.
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candidate — can‧di‧date [ˈkænddt ǁ deɪt, dt] noun [countable] 1. JOBS someone who is being considered for a job or is competing to be elected: • Candidates must have strong interpersonal skills. candidate for • They are interviewing three candidates for… … Financial and business terms
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Candidate — Can di*date, n. [L. Candidatus, n. (because candidates for office in Rome were clothed in a white toga.) fr. candidatus clothed in white, fr. candiduslittering, white: cf. F. candidat.] One who offers himself, or is put forward by others, as a… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
candidate — ► NOUN 1) a person who applies for a job or is nominated for election. 2) a person taking an examination. 3) a person or thing regarded as suitable for a particular fate, treatment, or position: she was the perfect candidate for a biography.… … English terms dictionary
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candidate — [kan′də dāt΄, kan′dədət] n. [L candidatus, white robed < candidus (see CANDID): office seekers in ancient Rome wore white gowns] 1. a person who seeks, or who has been proposed for, an office, an award, etc. 2. a person or thing apparently… … English World dictionary
candidate — c.1600s, from L. candidatus one aspiring to office, originally white robed, pp. of candidare to make white or bright, from candidus (see CANDID (Cf. candid)). Office seekers in ancient Rome wore white togas … Etymology dictionary
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