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Spanish translation of “vote”

vote

noun /vəut/
(the right to show) one’s wish or opinion, eg in a ballot or by raising a hand etc, especially at an election or in a debate
voto; derecho de voto
In Britain, the vote was given to women over twenty-one in 1928 Nowadays everyone over eighteen has a vote A vote was taken to decide the matter.
voter noun a person who votes or has the right to vote
votante, elector
How do voters choose one candidate over another?
vote of confidence noun a vote taken to establish whether the government or other authority still has the majority’s support for its policies
voto de confianza
The Prime Minister faces a vote of confidence.
vote of thanks noun an invitation, usually in the form of a short speech, to an audience etc to show gratitude to a speaker etc by applauding etc
discurso de agradecimiento
Mrs Jackson proposed a vote of thanks to the organizers of the concert.
(Definition of vote from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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