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ballot

US [ˈbælət]
UK ['bælət]
  • n.选票;(无记名)投票选举;投票表决;(选举中的)投票总数
  • v.要求某人(对某事)无记名投票;进行无记名投票
  • Web抽签;选举票;投票用纸
Plural Form:ballots  Present Participle:balloting  Past Tense:balloted  
ballot
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n.
— see also
poll
1.
[u][c]
(无记名)投票选举;投票表决the system of voting in writing and usually in secret; an occasion on which a vote is held
The chairperson is chosen by secret ballot .
主席是通过无记名投票选举产生的。
The union cannot call a strike unless it holds a ballot of members.
工会未经会员投票表决不得发动罢工。
2.
[c]
选票the piece of paper on which sb marks who they are voting for
What percentage of eligible voters cast their ballots ?
合资格选民的投票率是多少?
3.
[sing]
(选举中的)投票总数the total number of votes in an election
She won 58.8% of the ballot.
她赢得了投票总数的 58.8%。
v.
1.
[t]
~ sb (on sth)
要求某人(对某事)无记名投票to ask sb to vote in writing and secretly about sth
The union balloted its members on the proposed changes.
工会要求会员对所提议的变革进行无记名投票。
2.
[i]
进行无记名投票to vote secretly about sth
The workers balloted for a strike.
工人对是否罢工进行无记名投票表决。

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