Meaning of deselection in English:

deselection

Pronunciation /ˌdiːsɪˈlɛkʃ(ə)n/

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noun

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‘Moreover, the impact has been minimised by the simple fact that not a single volume will be moved before October, and then staff can double-check a list of proposed deselections.’
  • ‘Yesterday the leader rejected suggestions the deselections and resignation were evidence of the party being ‘out of touch’.’
  • ‘She said she would do her best to bind the wounds of the association, which have been left gaping by the 40-plus members who signed the petition calling for her deselection.’
  • ‘But following the deselection of a prospective parliamentary candidate, some of the earlier restraint has disappeared.’
  • ‘His deselection caused anger in the parliamentary party as well as in his constituency, but MPs are unwilling to rock the boat so close to the election.’