- related to or working by means of election；(of a person or office) appointed or filled by election
- an optional course of study
- 1. related to or working by means of election an elective democracy
- ▪ (of a person or office) appointed or filled by election he had never held elective office the National Assembly, with 125 elective members
- ▪ (of a body or position) possessing or giving the power to elect powerful Emperors manipulated the elective body
- 2. (of surgical or medical treatment) chosen by the patient rather than urgently necessary elective surgery
- ▪ (of a course of study) chosen by the student rather than compulsory elective courses on this subject have always been oversubscribed
- 1. North American an optional course of study up to half the credits in many public high schools are electives
- a correspondence with, or feeling of sympathy or attraction towards, a particular idea, ... there is an elective affinity between this cultural vision and the religious vision of the Church
- related to or working by means of election: an elective democracy
- an optional course of study.
你改寫的與原文有出入 ... focus on "elective bilinguals considered to be balanced." 加兩個字...
1. elective course 2. required course ( compulsory subjects ) 3.liberal arts 4. choose the calss, cancel the calss 4. audit an auditor(旁聽者) 5.double book 擋修 (參考鮑佳欣的校園哈拉英文的 )
...different classes from the others depending on their elective. 可翻譯成：學生每天上七節課。每個學生"依選修科目而定"各上不同...