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vote British & World English

A formal indication of a choice between two or more candidates or courses of action, expressed typically through a ballot or a show of hands

the vote in vote British & World English

The choice expressed collectively by a body of electors or by a specified group

card vote British & World English

Another term for block vote.

free vote British & World English

A parliamentary division in which members vote according to their own beliefs rather than following a party policy

vote bank British & World English

(In South Asia) a group of people who can be relied upon to vote together in support of the same party

block vote British & World English

A vote proportional in power to the number of people a delegate represents, used particularly at a trade-union conference

postal vote British & World English

A vote sent in by post rather than cast in person

swing vote British & World English

A vote that has a decisive influence on the result of a poll

voice vote British & World English

A vote taken by noting the relative strength and volume of calls of aye and no

casting vote British & World English

An extra vote given by a chairperson to decide an issue when the votes on each side are equal

popular vote British & World English

An act of voting by the electorate of a country or area

informal vote British & World English

An invalid vote or voting paper

electoral vote British & World English

(In the US) a vote cast by a member of the electoral college

alternative vote British & World English

An electoral system whereby voters rank candidates in order of preference. In the event that one candidate fails to achieve a sufficient majority, the candidate with the fewest number of first-preference rankings is eliminated and these votes redistributed, the process being repeated until one candidate achieves the required majority

split the vote British & World English

(Of a candidate or minority party) attract votes from another candidate or party with the result that both are defeated by a third

vote of confidence British & World English

A vote showing that a majority continues to support the policy of a leader or governing body

single transferable vote British & World English

An electoral system of proportional representation in which a person’s vote can be transferred to a second or further competing candidate (according to the voter’s stated order of preference) if the candidate of first choice is eliminated during a succession of counts or has more votes than are needed for election

vote of no confidence British & World English

A vote showing that a majority does not support the policy of a leader or governing body

vote with one's feet British & World English

Indicate an opinion by being present or absent

split the ticket in split British & World English

Vote for candidates of more than one party

split the vote in split British & World English

(Of a candidate or minority party) attract votes from another candidate or party with the result that both are defeated by a third

vote of no confidence in vote British & World English

A vote showing that a majority does not support the policy of a leader or governing body

vote of confidence in vote British & World English

A vote showing that a majority continues to support the policy of a leader or governing body

vote someone/thing off the island British & World English

Dismiss or reject someone or something as unsatisfactory

vote with one's feet in vote British & World English

Indicate an opinion by being present or absent

outvote British & World English

Defeat by gaining more votes

revote British & World English

A second or repeated vote

split the ticket British & World English

Vote for candidates of more than one party

vote something down in vote British & World English

Reject something by means of a vote

vote someone/thing off the island in vote British & World English

Dismiss or reject someone or something as unsatisfactory

straw poll British & World English

An unofficial ballot conducted as a test of opinion

straw vote in straw poll British & World English

An unofficial ballot conducted as a test of opinion

vote of no confidence or vote of censure in vote British & World English

A vote showing that a majority does not support the policy of a leader or governing body

vote English Thesaurus

she was elected in a rigged vote

vote English-Spanish

voto masculine, sufragio masculineformal

vote in English-Spanish

elegir*por votación

card vote English-Spanish

votación en la que cada votante señala su preferencia mostrando una tarjeta

vote down English-Spanish

rechazar*por votación

vote out English-Spanish

no reelegir*

cross-vote English-Spanish

votar por otro partido, votar cruzado

casting vote English-Spanish

voto masculine de calidad

vote through English-Spanish

aprobar*por votación

vote-catching English-Spanish

electoralista


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