quorate


quorate
1. noun /ˈkwɔː(ɹ).ət/
2. adjective /ˈkwɔː(ɹ).ət/
Having a quorum

With only five people able to make it to the meeting, we were barely quorate.


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  • quorate — The number of shareholders or directors at general or board meetings who must be present at a meeting to allow proceedings to be validly and effectively conducted. The quorum required for a meeting of a company s shareholders and directors is… …   Law dictionary

  • quorate — (n.) 1969, from QUORUM (Cf. quorum) + ATE (Cf. ate) (1) …   Etymology dictionary

  • quorate — ► ADJECTIVE Brit. ▪ (of a meeting) attended by a quorum …   English terms dictionary

  • quorate — [[t]kwɔ͟ːreɪt[/t]] ADJ: v link ADJ When a committee is quorate, there are enough people present for it to conduct official business and make decisions. [BRIT] Saturday s session was still technically quorate …   English dictionary

  • quorate — adjective technical a meeting that is quorate has a quorum present opposite inquorate …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • quorate — UK [ˈkwɔːreɪt] / US [ˈkwɔreɪt] adjective British formal a meeting that is quorate has enough people present to allow official decisions to be made …   English dictionary

  • quorate — [ kwɔ:rət, reɪt] adjective Brit. (of a meeting) attended by a quorum …   English new terms dictionary

  • quorate — /ˈkwɔreɪt/ (say kwawrayt) adjective (of a meeting) having a quorum in attendance …   Australian English dictionary

  • quorate — adj. Brit. (of a meeting) attended by a quorum. Etymology: QUORUM …   Useful english dictionary


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