Constituency definition

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The district of such a group of voters, etc.
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The definition of a constituency is the body of people who are eligible to vote and elect a leader, or a group of supporters or potential supporters.

The people in a given geographic area who elect a congressman are an example of a constituency.

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The district so represented.
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John was elected to parliament from the Bedford constituency.

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The body of voters or the residents of a district represented by an elected legislator or official.
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A group served by an organization or institution; a clientele.

The magazine changed its format to appeal to a broader constituency.

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A group of supporters or patrons.
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The voters within such a district.
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An interest group or fan base.
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All the people, esp. voters, served by a particular elected official, esp. a legislator.
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A group of clients, supporters, etc.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
constituency
Plural:
constituencies