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当選, とうせん

  • tōsen


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • being elected


  • being selected (to win a prize, etc.)


  • winning (in a lottery, raffle, etc.)

Examples of 当選,とうせん in a Sentence

Now that Bush has been elected, it will be business as usual.
There is little, if any, hope that Tom will win the election.
The campaign succeeded and she won the election.
He got in for Chester.
He was elected to the Senate in the last election.
He is in a fair way to being elected.
He said that he would be elected and that he would become governor.
In most elections, whichever candidate gets the majority of the votes, wins the election.
The candidate whom I cast a vote for was elected.
Once elected, I will do my best for all of you who supported me.

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