[koun-suh l-mem-ber] /ˈkaʊn səlˌmɛm bər/
a of a , especially a .
noun, U.S. Government. 1. a board, consisting of three members, established in 1946 to advise the president on economic matters. Abbreviation: CEA.
- Council of europe
noun 1. an association of European states, established in 1949 to promote unity between its members, defend human rights, and increase social and economic progress
noun 1. the policy-making body of the European Economic Community, representing all the member nations. 2. (sometimes lowercase) the highest administrative body of various countries, usually serving in an advisory capacity to the chief executive; cabinet.
noun 1. See under . noun 1. the legislature of the former Soviet Union and its successor states, consisting of an upper house (Soviet of the Union or Council of the Union) whose delegates are elected on the basis of population, and a lower house (Soviet of Nationalities or Council of Nationalities) whose delegates are […]