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mem·ber·ship

 (mĕm′bər-shĭp′)
n.
1. The state of being a member.
2. The total number of members in a group: an organization with a growing membership.

membership

(ˈmɛmbəˌʃɪp)
n
1. the members of an organization collectively
2. the state of being a member

mem•ber•ship

(ˈmɛm bərˌʃɪp)

n.
1. the state of being a member, as of a society.
2. the status of a member.
3. the total number of members belonging to an organization, society, etc.
[1640–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.membership - the body of members of an organization or groupmembership - the body of members of an organization or group; "they polled their membership"; "they found dissension in their own ranks"; "he joined the ranks of the unemployed"
body - a group of persons associated by some common tie or occupation and regarded as an entity; "the whole body filed out of the auditorium"; "the student body"; "administrative body"
organization, organisation - a group of people who work together
2.membership - the state of being a member
relationship - a state involving mutual dealings between people or parties or countries

membership

noun
1. participation, belonging, fellowship, enrolment his membership of the Communist Party
2. members, body, associates, fellows the recent fall in party membership
Translations
رُسوم العُضْوِيَّهعَدَد أعْضاءعُضُويَةعُضْوِيَّه
členstvíčlenstvočlenské příspěvky
medlemskabmedlemskontingentmedlemsskabmedlemsskare
anaro
afiliaciónaltacalidad de miembro/sociocuotamembresía
liikmelisus
jäsenyyskuuluminen
članstvo
tagdíjtagság
félagar, félagahópurfélagsaîildfélagsgjald
メンバー
회원 자격
členské príspevky
članarinačlanstvo
medlemskap
การเป็นสมาชิก
üyeliküyelik ödentisiüyeler
số hội viên

membership

[ˈmembəʃɪp]
A. N
1. (= members) [of club, society] → socios mpl, miembros mpl; [of political party] → miembros mpl, militancia f, afiliados mpl; [of trade union] → afiliados mpl, miembros mpl
2. (= position) membership carries certain rightsel ser socio or miembro conlleva ciertos derechos
membership of the union is compulsoryes obligatorio afiliarse a or hacerse miembro del sindicato
I've paid for a year's membershiphe pagado la cuota anual de socio or miembro
to apply for membershipsolicitar el ingreso como socio or miembro
Spain's membership of or > in the Common Market (US) (= state) → la pertenencia de España al Mercado Común; (= act) → el ingreso de España en el Mercado Común
3. (= numbers) → número m de miembros or socios, membresía f (Mex)
a membership of more than 800más de 800 socios or miembros
trade union membership has declinedel número de afiliados a los sindicatos ha disminuido
B. CPD membership card N [of club, society] → tarjeta f or carné m de socio; [of political party, trade union] → tarjeta f or carné m de afiliación
membership fee Ncuota f de socio
membership list Nrelación f de socios

membership

[ˈmɛmbərʃɪp] n
[club, party] → adhésion f
membership of the Conservative party → adhésion au parti conservateur
I'm going to apply for membership of the club → Je vais faire une demande d'adhésion au club.
the criteria for membership → les critères d'adhésion
(= the members) → membres mpl, adhérents mpl
20 people elected from the membership → 20 personnes élues parmi les adhérents
(= number of members) → adhésions fpl
Membership declined to half a million → Les adhésions ont décliné, atteignant un demi-million.membership card ncarte f d'adhérentmembership fee ndroit m d'inscriptionmember state nétat m membre

membership

nMitgliedschaft f (→ of in +dat); (= number of members)Mitgliederzahl f; when I applied for membership of the clubals ich mich um die Klubmitgliedschaft bewarb

membership

:
membership card
membership fee
membership list

membership

[ˈmɛmbəˌʃɪp] n
a. (state) membership (of)iscrizione f a, adesione f a
b. (number of members) the club has a membership of 950il club ha 950 iscritti

member

(ˈmembə) noun
1. a person who belongs to a group, club, society, trade union etc. The association has three thousand members.
2. short for Member of Parliament. M.P.
ˈmembership noun
1. the state of being a member. membership of the Communist Party.
2. a group of members. a society with a large membership.
3. the amount of money paid to a society etc in order to become a member. The membership has increased to $5 this year.

membership

عُضُويَة členství medlemskab Mitgliedschaft ιδιότητα μέλους afiliación jäsenyys adhésion članstvo iscrizione メンバー 회원 자격 lidmaatschap medlemskap członkostwo associado членство medlemskap การเป็นสมาชิก üyelik số hội viên 成员资格
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The Socialist party was a really democratic political organization--it was controlled absolutely by its own membership, and had no bosses.
For example, when the regular dueling-day of one of the corps approaches, its president calls for volunteers from among the membership to offer battle; three or more respond--but there must not be less than three; the president lays their names before the other presidents, with the request that they furnish antagonists for these challengers from among their corps.
When the noise had moderated a little, the chair proposed that "our illustrious guests be at once elected, by complimentary acclamation, to membership in our ever-glorious organization, the paradise of the free and the perdition of the slave.
The serf, in the period of serfdom, raised himself to membership in the commune, just as the petty bourgeois, under the yoke of feudal absolutism, managed to develop into a bourgeois.
The captain interposed no obstacles to the arrangement, and so the great anthropoid was tacitly admitted to membership in the ship's company.
The interview could not have lasted over ten minutes when Sorav summoned an aid whom he instructed to record us properly, and then escort us to the quarters in the palace which are set aside for aspirants to membership in the palace guard.
Aristotle thinks of membership of a state as community in pursuit of the good.
Thus, the doctor had become well known to the public, although he could not claim membership in either of the Royal Geographical Societies of London, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, or St.
Very likely he had spoken to him privately, and had threatened to expose him unless he voluntarily resigned his membership of the club, and promised not to play cards again.
From any point of view, I had rather be what I am, a member of the Negro race, than be able to claim membership with the most favoured of any other race.
He had long been thinking of entering the army and would have done so had he not been hindered, first, by his membership of the Society of Freemasons to which he was bound by oath and which preached perpetual peace and the abolition of war, and secondly, by the fact that when he saw the great mass of Muscovites who had donned uniform and were talking patriotism, he somehow felt ashamed to take the step.
Did not his qualifications, his membership, and the record of his writings fill a long half-column in the "Medical Directory," from his first little paper on the "Gouty Diathesis" in 1859 to his exhaustive treatise upon "Affections of the Vaso-Motor System" in 1884?

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