a member of a senate.
(initial capital letter) (in the U.S.) a title of respect accorded a person who is or has been a member of the Senate.
(often capital) a member of a Senate or senate
any legislator or statesman
adjective 1. of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or befitting a senator or senate: senatorial oratory. 2. consisting of senators. adjective 1. of, relating to, befitting, or characteristic of a senator 2. composed of senators 3. (mainly US) electing or entitled to representation by a senator: senatorial districts
noun 1. the practice in the U.S. Senate of confirming only those presidential appointees approved by both senators from the state of the appointee, or by the senior senator of the president’s party.
noun 1. one of a fixed number of districts into which a state of the U.S. is divided, each electing one member to the state senate.
[se-nah-too s kawn-soo l-too m; English suh-ney-tuh s kuh n-suhl-tuh m] /sɛˈnɑ tʊs kɔnˈsʊl tʊm; English səˈneɪ təs kənˈsʌl təm/ noun, plural senatus consulta [se-nah-toos kawn-soo l-tah; English suh-ney-tuh s kuh n-suhl-tuh] /sɛˈnɑ tus kɔnˈsʊl tɑ; English səˈneɪ təs kənˈsʌl tə/ (Show IPA). Latin. 1. a decree of the senate of ancient Rome. senatus consultum […]
verb (used with object), sent, sending. 1. to cause, permit, or enable to go: to send a messenger; They sent their son to college. 2. to cause to be conveyed or transmitted to a destination: to send a letter. 3. to order, direct, compel, or force to go: The president sent troops to Asia. 4. […]