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n. pl. pres·i·dents-e·lect (-dənts-)
A person who has been elected president but has not yet been inducted into office.


(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who has been elected president but has not yet entered office


a president after election but before induction into office.
[1815–25, Amer.]


[ˈprɛzɪdntɪˈlɛkt] npresidente m designato
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Walt Boyes was elected vice president-elect of the Publications Department for ISA.

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