A person who has been elected president but has not yet been inducted into office.(noun)
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Use "president-elect" in a sentence
"I had copied him in on the memo, of course, and I asked him how he thought the president-elect would react."
"French usage had locked in place the words of certain phrases, so English received them as a unit: president-elect."
"Several women in the ward have served on the PTA—both the current president and the president-elect are ward members, and many other Pioneer Ward mothers help out as classroom assistants at the elementary school."