Definitions of "majority"
  1. The condition of being legally recognized as an adult
  2. A count or portion that exceeds half of the entire number or amount
  3. The part of a total count that surpasses the remaining portion
  4. The community or political group that holds the most votes
  5. The group of judges whose votes collectively establish the final outcome in a specific case
How to use "majority" in a sentence
  1. Since reaching his majority, he could now make legal decisions on his own.
  2. They agreed to proceed on the basis of majority, requiring more than 50% of votes.
  3. The majority of the committee decided on the new regulation.
  4. In the legislature, the majority party had the most influence over the bill's success.
  5. The decision of the case was made by the majority of the judges.

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