at–large

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adjective \ˈat-ˈlärj\

Definition of at–large

  1. :  relating to or being a political representative who is elected to serve an entire area rather than one of its subdivisions <an at–large city councilor> <an at–large election>

1969

First Known Use of at–large

1969


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