Definition of quorum:

part of speech: noun

Number of members sufficient to transact business.

part of speech: noun

A number of the members of any body sufficient to transact business: in American legislative assemblies, a majority of all the members constitute a quorum.

part of speech: noun

The number of regularly assembled members of a body or corporation necessary, by law or constitution, to transact business.

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