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Pronunciation of Electable: Learn how to pronounce Electable in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word elect:

verb
1 [with object] choose (someone) to hold public office or some other position by voting:
he was elected as councillor
the members who were elected to the committee
[with object and complement]:
they elected him leader
Christian Theology (of God) choose (someone) in preference to others for salvation.
2 [with infinitive] opt for or choose to do something:
more people elected to work at home
adjective
(usually as plural noun the elect)
(of a person) chosen or singled out:
one of the century’s elect
Christian Theology chosen by God for salvation:
success was a sign that they were one of the elect
the elect group of saints which was predestined for heaven
[postpositive] chosen for a position but not yet in office:
the President-Elect
Derivatives
electability
noun
electable
adjective
Origin:
late Middle English: from Latin elect- ‘picked out’, from the verb eligere, from e- (variant of ex-) ‘out’ + legere ‘to pick’