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vote

verb [I or T]
 
 
/vəʊt/ GOVERNMENT, MEETINGS
to express your choice or opinion, especially by writing a mark on an official paper or by raising your hand: Are you eligible to vote? She was voted Britain's best boss.vote for/against sb/sth They voted for a strike.vote in favour of sth A slim majority of shareholders voted in favor of the changes.vote on sth Union members will vote on the agreement next week.vote to do sth The monetary policy committee voted to keep rates at 3.75%.vote sb in/out He was voted in as president.
Translations of “vote”
in Korean 투표하다…
in Arabic يُصَوِّت, يَنْتَخِب…
in French voter…
in Turkish oy kullanmak/vermek…
in Italian votare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 投票, 選舉, (對…)進行表決…
in Russian голосовать…
in Polish głosować…
in Spanish votar…
in Portuguese votar…
in German bewilligen…
in Catalan votar…
in Japanese ~を投票で選ぶ, ~が投票する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 投票, 选举, (对…)进行表决…
(Definition of vote verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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