Category: Word of the Day
the number of members that an organization’s rules require to attend a meeting in order for voting or other business to take place.
As a quorum had not been reached, a vote on the issue was postponed.
1. to entertain or delight, as with humorous tales.
His friends laughed heartily as he regaled them with zany stories of his high school days.
2. to entertain with a feast.
After they regaled their guests, there was music and dancing.
1. the part or share of something that is to be distributed to, that maximally can be distributed to, or that habitually is consumed by, an individual or group.
During the war, each family received a monthly quota of meat.
No more wine, please; I’ve had my quota for this evening.
2. a quantity of something that is required or expected from an individual or group.
The company sets production quotas for each quarter of the year.
3. an assigned number or percentage of people or things that can or must be used or admitted.
Quotas were set in the 1920s that severely restricted the number of Asian immigrants to the U.S.
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1. in Greek and Roman mythology, the food or drink of the gods.
2. something sweetly pleasing in taste or smell.
3. a dessert usually made with mandarin orange slices, shredded coconut, and miniature marshmallows.
1. in Greek mythology, any of a race of giant godlike beings descended from Uranus and Gaea, and eventually defeated and replaced by the Olympian gods.
2. (usu. l.c.) a person or thing of great size, power, influence, or achievement.
a titan of the publishing industry.
3. the largest satellite of the planet Saturn.