Traducción de quorum en Español:


quórum, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkwɔːrəm//ˈkwɔrəm/


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    quórum masculino
    have we a quorum? ¿hay quórum?
    • Are these meetings valid as the quorum must be from the persons who are entitled to attend and vote at such meetings?
    • The presence of eight members of the Executive Committee shall constitute a quorum at its meetings.
    • A majority of the members of the committee or task force shall constitute a quorum.
    • The meeting was put back because of difficulties in getting a quorum - the number of members legally necessary to hold a meeting.
    • A quorum of 500 attendees was required by the society to pass amendments to their by-laws.
    • And students can't vote to lower quorum until there is a lower quorum.
    • He said there should be at least 13 senators present for a session to have a quorum.
    • Don't you need a quorum and a certain amount of people in the Senate present to do that?
    • Attempts to resolve the issue failed in late summer and early fall because the board could not assemble a quorum for a meeting.
    • Since the second meeting also assembled a quorum, the two plenums yielded two mutually exclusive, but equally valid, results.
    • The quorum (at least 100 people have to be present in court) could also be reduced.
    • Seems to me that if you have 88 members out of 150 present and voting for a bill, the lack of a quorum is hardly going to influence the outcome.
    • There were just about enough people present to form a quorum.
    • Unfortunately, it did not meet the quorum required to pass.
    • We require a quorum of 100 students to proceed - and the motion lapses if it isn't obtained.
    • The quorum at meetings of the trustees is four, of whom two must be Employers' Representatives and two Members' Representatives.
    • However, to pass the annual report and financial statements a quorum of only 25 members is required.
    • The standing committee found that even the three remaining members were not consistent in attending meetings and a quorum could often not be made.
    • As a result of the loss of those three members, the five-member commission lacks sufficient personnel for a quorum.
    • The more extensive the member roster, the harder it might be to achieve a quorum consistently when meetings are called.