They discussed whether patients should have to pay for all elective surgery.
Is it nominative or elective?
While some of this can be explained by society—in countries like China baby boys are favoured and many unborn girls are electively aborted—there are natural processes at work.
I had elective surgery, August 6, 2003.
The mayor is an elective official.
I didn't know you drew. -It's an elective.
Peter took art as an elective in college.
Mr Monti is not a natural politician, never having run for elective office.
So, um, Lynette tells me you're thinking about having a little elective surgery.
And elective surgeries have been postponed to free up hospitals
When the pandemic hit hospitals canceled lucrative elective surgeries to make room for covid patients.
Alexander also toyed with the idea of granting a Constitution and an elective assembly called the Duma.
He is only the sixth candidate to win the presidency without ever having held elective office.
Boston, forced Massachusetts to feed and house British troops for free, and destroyed elective government in Massachusetts.
Even health-care jobs fell by 1.44 million as non-Covid visits and elective procedures dried up or offices closed.
South Korea's first female leader had admitted to sharing confidential information with a close friend who doesn't hold elective office.
I took it as an elective after I mastered Japanese.
AND PAINFUL SURGERY. YOU THINK THIS IS AN ELECTIVE PROCEDURE?
You can mix up with electives.
All of which led me to the elective I reluctantly chose...
19. I am an economics major and am taking this class as an elective.
我是经济学专业的学生，我是选修的这门课。(l am an economics 连读 I’ma neconomics; class as an elective 连读 classasa nelective)
He gets elective surgery one day before the trial
Two examples where this is already being used are elective cosmetic surgeries and LASIK eye surgeries, which aren't covered by insurance.