English-Norwegian translation of elect

Translation of the word elect from english to norwegian, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

elect in Norwegian

elect
decisionverb beslutte, bestemme, velge, foretrekke
  politicsverb velge, utse
Synonyms for elect
Derived terms of elect
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electrolytic, electromagnet, electromagnetic, electromagnetism, electromotive, electron, electronic, electronic communication, electronically, electronics, electroplating, electroshock therapy, electrostatic, electrostatics, electrotype, general election, hydroelectric, magneto-electric, photoelectric, photoelectric cell, reelect, reelection, select, selected, selection, selection by vote, selective, selectively, selectivity, election campaign, electric fan, electric meter, electric range, electrically, electroencephalography, electronic mail, electrotherapy, hydroelectric power, hydroelectricity, optional course, elective, selection criteria, selection felling, selector, angiotelectasia, antielectron, atelectasis, atmospheric electricity, bioelectricity, board of selectmen, by election, by selection, bye election, carrier electrophoresis, conservation of electricity, current electricity, delectability, dielectric, dielectric heating, dielectrolysis, diesel-electric locomotive, dynamic electricity, elected official, election commission, election day, election district, election fraud, electioneer, elective course, electoral college, electoral system, electra, electra complex, electric-arc furnace, electric-discharge lamp, electric-light bulb, electric arc, electric automobile, electric battery, electric bell, electric bill, electric burn, electric car, electric catfish, electric cell, electric charge, electric circuit, electric clock, electric company, electric cord, electric current, electric dipole, electric dipole moment, electric discharge, electric doublet, electric drill, electric eel, electric field, electric fire, electric frying pan, electric furnace, electric glow, electric guitar, electric hammer, electric healing, electric lamp, electric light, electric locomotive, electric main, electric mixer, electric motor, electric organ, electric outlet, electric pig, electric potential, electric power, electric ray, electric receptacle, electric refrigerator, electric resistance, electric sander, electric socket, electric storm, electric switch, electric thermometer, electric toothbrush, electric typewriter, electrical cable, electrical capacity, electrical circuit, electrical condenser, electrical conduction, electrical contact, electrical converter, electrical device, electrical discharge, electrical distributor, electrical disturbance, electrical elastance, electrical energy, electrical engineer, electrical engineering, electrical fuse, electrical healing, electrical line of force, electrical outlet, electrical phenomenon, electrical plant, electrical power, electrical relay, electrical resistance, electrical shock, electrical shunt, electrical skin response, electrical storm, electrical switch, electrical system, electrical work, electrify, electro-acoustic transducer, electrocardiographic, electrocautery, electrochemical, electrochemical series, electrocutioner, electrodeposition, electrodermal response, electrodynamometer, electroencephalographic, electrograph, electrologist, electrolyte acid, electrolyte balance, electrolytic capacitor, electrolytic cell, electrolytic condenser, electromagnetic delay line, electromagnetic interaction, electromagnetic intrusion, electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetic spectrum, electromagnetic unit, electromagnetic wave, electromagnetics, electromechanical, electromechanical device, electrometer, electromotive drug administration, electromotive force, electromotive force series, electromotive series, electromyogram, electromyograph, electromyography, electron accelerator, electron beam, electron gun, electron lens, electron microscope, electron microscopic, electron microscopy, electron multiplier, electron optics, electron orbit, electron paramagnetic resonance, electron radiation, electron shell, electron spin resonance, electron tube, electron volt, electronegative, electronegativity, electroneutral, electronic balance, electronic bulletin board, electronic computer, electronic converter, electronic counter-countermeasures, electronic countermeasures, electronic data processing, electronic database, electronic deception, electronic device, electronic dictionary, electronic equipment, electronic fetal monitor, electronic foetal monitor, electronic image, electronic imitative deception, electronic information service, electronic instrument, electronic jamming, electronic manipulative deception, electronic messaging, electronic network, electronic organ, electronic reconnaissance, electronic scanner, electronic signal, electronic simulative deception, electronic stylus, electronic surveillance, electronic text, electronic transistor, electronic voltmeter, electronic warfare, electronic warfare-support measures, electronics company, electronics industry, electronics intelligence, electrophoresis, electrophoretic, electrophoridae, electrophorus, electrophorus electric, electroplate, electroplater, electropositive, electroretinogram, electroscope, electroshock, electrosleep, electrostatic bond, electrostatic charge, electrostatic field, electrostatic generator, electrostatic machine, electrostatic printer, electrostatic unit, electrosurgery, electrotherapist, electrovalent bond, electrum, family electrophoridae, free electron, genus electrophorus, great elector, hydroelectric turbine, imitative electronic deception, immunoelectrophoresis, magnetoelectric machine, malopterurus electricus, manipulative electronic deception, mastotermes electrodominicus, mastotermes electromexicus, microelectronic, microelectronics, natural selection, non-elective, nonelected, nonelective, paper electrophoresis, photoelectric emission, photoelectrical, photoelectricity, photoelectron, piezoelectric, piezoelectric crystal, piezoelectric effect, piezoelectricity, polyelectrolyte, primary election, pyroelectric, pyroelectrical, pyroelectricity, quantum electrodynamics, right of election, select committee, selective-serotonin reuptake inhibitor, selective amnesia, selective information, selective jamming, selective lipectomy, selective service, selective service system, selectman, selector switch, selectwoman, simulative electronic deception, static electricity, theory of electrolytic dissociation, thermoelectric, thermoelectric thermometer, thermoelectrical, thermoelectricity, unselected, unselective, valence electron, writ of election
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Definitions of elect
verb
1. elect - select by a vote for an office or membership; "We elected him chairman of the board"
  select, pick out, choose, take pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives; "Take any one of these cards"; "Choose a good husband for your daughter"; "She selected a pair of shoes from among the dozen the salesgirl had shown her"
  co-opt take or assume for one's own use; "He co-opted the criticism and embraced it"
  reelect, return elect again
2. elect - choose; "I elected to have my funds deposited automatically"
  select, pick out, choose, take pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives; "Take any one of these cards"; "Choose a good husband for your daughter"; "She selected a pair of shoes from among the dozen the salesgirl had shown her"
adjective
1. elect - selected as the best; "an elect circle of artists"; "elite colleges"
  elite
  selected chosen in preference to another
 = Synonym    = Antonym    = Related word
elect as verb
InfinitiveGerundioPast participle
(To) electelectingelected
Indikative
1. Present
ielect
youelect
heelects
weelect
youelect
theyelect
8. Perfect
ihave elected
youhave elected
hehas elected
wehave elected
youhave elected
theyhave elected
2. Imperfect
ielected
youelected
heelected
weelected
youelected
theyelected
9. Pluperfect indic. or Past perfect
ihad elected
youhad elected
hehad elected
wehad elected
youhad elected
theyhad elected
4a. Future
iwill elect
youwill elect
hewill elect
wewill elect
youwill elect
theywill elect
11a. Future perfect or future anterior
iwill have elected
youwill have elected
hewill have elected
wewill have elected
youwill have elected
theywill have elected
Conditional
5. Conditional present
iwould elect
youwould elect
hewould elect
wewould elect
youwould elect
theywould elect
12. Conditional perfect
iwould have elected
youwould have elected
hewould have elected
wewould have elected
youwould have elected
theywould have elected
Subjunctive
6. Subject
ielect
youelect
heelect
weelect
youelect
theyelect
13. Present perfect
ihave elected
youhave elected
hehave elected
wehave elected
youhave elected
theyhave elected
Imperfect
ielected
youelected
heelected
weelected
youelected
theyelected
Pluperfect
ihad elected
youhad elected
hehad elected
wehad elected
youhad elected
theyhad elected
Imperative
Affirmative
youelect
weLet's elect
youelect
Negative
youdon't elect! (do not elect)
youdon't elect! (do not elect)
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