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Translation of "ballot" - English-Spanish dictionary

ballot

noun   /ˈbæl·ət/
a secret written vote votación (secreta)
verb   /ˈbæl·ət/ mainly UK
to ask people to vote in a ballot so that you can find out their opinion about something sondear In July he will ballot his members on how they want to proceed.
(Definition of ballot from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ballot

noun /ˈbӕlət/
a method of voting in secret by marking a paper and putting it into a box votación They held a ballot to choose a new chairman The question was decided by ballot (also adjective) a ballot box a ballot paper.
(Definition of ballot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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