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Definition of caucus noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

     

    caucus

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  1. 1a meeting of the members or leaders of a political party to choose candidates or to decide policy; the members or leaders of a political party as a group 20 states will hold precinct caucuses on Tuesday to choose delegates to the parties' national conventions.
  2. 2a group of people with similar interests, often within a larger organization or political party the Congressional Black Caucus
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