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to redraw the constituent boundaries; give a seat;

Bulgarian translation: прекроявам/променям границите на избирателен район (see explanation)

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05:35 Jun 5, 2001
English to Bulgarian translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: to redraw the constituent boundaries; give a seat;
I want to redraw the constituent boundaries and give X. another seat but I can't do that unless I get one of the outlying members to back me.

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Bulgarian translation:прекроявам/променям границите на избирателен район (see explanation)
Explanation:
Redraw the constituent boundaries:
прекроявам границите на избирателните райони/избирателния район

Give X. another seat: да подсигуря още едно място (в парламент или управителен орган) за Х.

I can't do that unless I get one of the outlying members to back me - не мога да го направя без подкрепата на някой от по-второстепенните членове (чиито имена са по-назад в листата)

constituent
Function: noun
Etymology: French constituant, from Middle French, from present participle of constituer to constitute, from Latin constituere
Date: 1622
1 : one who authorizes another to act as agent : PRINCIPAL
2 : a member of a constituency


constituency
Function: noun
Date: 1831
Inflected Form(s): plural -cies
1 a : a body of citizens entitled to elect a representative (as to a legislative or executive position) b : the residents in an electoral district c : an electoral district
2 a : a group or body that patronizes, supports, or offers representation b : the people involved in or served by an organization (as a business or institution)

Seat: място (в парламент, управителен съвет, или друг управителен орган)1seat
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English sete, from Old Norse s[ae]ti; akin to Old English gesete seat, sittan to sit
Date: 13th century
1 a : a special chair of one in eminence; also : the status represented by it
2 a : a seating accommodation b : a right of sitting c : membership on an exchange
3 a place from which authority is exercised


give a seat:
to install in a seat of dignity or office

outlying
Pronunciation: 'aut-"lI-i[ng]
Function: adjective
Date: circa 1690
remote from a center or main body
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прекроявам/променям границите на избирателен район (see explanation)


Explanation:
Redraw the constituent boundaries:
прекроявам границите на избирателните райони/избирателния район

Give X. another seat: да подсигуря още едно място (в парламент или управителен орган) за Х.

I can't do that unless I get one of the outlying members to back me - не мога да го направя без подкрепата на някой от по-второстепенните членове (чиито имена са по-назад в листата)

constituent
Function: noun
Etymology: French constituant, from Middle French, from present participle of constituer to constitute, from Latin constituere
Date: 1622
1 : one who authorizes another to act as agent : PRINCIPAL
2 : a member of a constituency


constituency
Function: noun
Date: 1831
Inflected Form(s): plural -cies
1 a : a body of citizens entitled to elect a representative (as to a legislative or executive position) b : the residents in an electoral district c : an electoral district
2 a : a group or body that patronizes, supports, or offers representation b : the people involved in or served by an organization (as a business or institution)

Seat: място (в парламент, управителен съвет, или друг управителен орган)1seat
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English sete, from Old Norse s[ae]ti; akin to Old English gesete seat, sittan to sit
Date: 13th century
1 a : a special chair of one in eminence; also : the status represented by it
2 a : a seating accommodation b : a right of sitting c : membership on an exchange
3 a place from which authority is exercised


give a seat:
to install in a seat of dignity or office

outlying
Pronunciation: 'aut-"lI-i[ng]
Function: adjective
Date: circa 1690
remote from a center or main body



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