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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.
Translations of “vote”
in Korean 투표…
in Arabic اِنْتِخاب, تَصْويت…
in French vote, droit de vote…
in Italian voto…
in Chinese (Traditional) (選)票, 表決意見, 投票…
in Russian голос, голосование…
in Turkish oy, oylama…
in Polish głos, głosowanie…
in Portuguese voto, votação…
in German das Stimmrecht, die Abstimmung…
in Catalan vot, votació…
in Japanese 投票…
in Chinese (Simplified) (选)票, 表决意见, 投票…
(Definition of vote from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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