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Plurality can refer to:
- Plural, in linguistics
- Plurality opinion, in a decision by a multi-member court, an opinion held by more judges than any other but not by an overall majority
- Plurality (voting), the most votes for any choice in an election, but not necessarily a majority
- Plurality voting system, also called "first past the post"
- Plurality-at-large voting, commonly referred to as block voting or bloc voting
- Plurality (company), Israeli startup
- Plurality (church governance), a type of Christian church polity
- Plurality, ancient Greek pluralist philosophers in ontological pluralism
- Plurality, one of the "twelve pure concepts of the understanding" proposed by Kant in his Critique of Pure Reason
- Plurality (music), the phenomenon that the same tone or chord can function differently in different tonal contexts
- Plurality, the holding of more than one benefice
- Cornering the market, holding a plurality of market share
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