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vote

美 [voʊt]
英 [vəʊt]
  • n.投票;表决;选举;选票
  • v.选举;提议;选出;建议
  • 网络表决权;投票权
复数:votes  现在分词:voting  过去式:voted  
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n.
1.
[c]
~ (for/against sb/sth)
选票;票a formal choice that you make in an election or at a meeting in order to choose sb or decide sth
There were 21 votes for and 17 against the motion, with 2 abstentions.
这项动议有 21 票赞成,17 票反对,2 票弃权。
The motion was passed by 6 votes to 3.
这项动议以 6 票对 3 票获得通过。
The chairperson has the casting/deciding vote .
主席可投决定票。
The Green candidate won over 3 000 of the 14 000 votes cast .
绿党候选人在 14 000 张投票总数中获得了 3 000 多张选票。
2.
[c]
~ (on sth)
投票;选举;表决an occasion when a group of people vote on sth
to have/take a vote on an issue
就一问题进行表决
The issue was put to the vote .
这一问题被付诸表决。
The vote was unanimous.
表决一致通过。
3.
[sing]
投票总数;选票总数the total number of votes in an election
She obtained 40% of the vote.
她获得 40% 的选票。
The party increased their share of the vote.
这个政党得票份额有所增长。
4.
[sing]
(某一群体的)投票总数;(某一政党等的)得票总数the vote given by a particular group of people, or for a particular party, etc.
the student vote
学生的投票总数
the Labour vote
工党得票总数
5.
[sing]
(尤指政治选举中的)投票权,选举权,表决权the right to vote, especially in political elections
In Britain and the US, people get the vote at 18.
在英国和美国,国民 18 岁开始有选举权。
v.
1.
[i][t]
投票(赞成╱反对);表决(支持╱不支持);选举to show formally by marking a paper or raising your hand which person you want to win an election, or which plan or idea you support
Did you vote for or against her?
你投了她的赞成票还是反对票?
How did you vote at the last election?
在上次选举中你是怎么投的票?
Over 60% of members voted in favour of(= for) the motion.
60% 以上的成员对这一动议投了赞成票。
We'll listen to the arguments on both sides and then vote on it.
我们将先听取双方的论点,然后再表决。
Only about half of the electorate bothered to vote.
只有约半数的选民参加了投票。
We voted Democrat in the last election.
我们在上次选举中投了民主党的票。
Parliament voted to set up an independent inquiry into the matter.
议会表决对这个问题进行独立调查。
2.
[t][usupass]
~ sb/sth + noun
选出,推举(某人担任某职);表决(授奖给某人)to choose sb/sth for a position or an award by voting
He was voted most promising new director.
他当选为最有前途的新导演。
3.
[t][usupass]
~ sth + noun
表明,认为,公认(某事好或坏)to say that sth is good or bad
The event was voted a great success.
大家认为这项活动很成功。
4.
[t]
~ sb/yourself sth
投票同意to agree to give sb/yourself sth by voting
The directors have just voted themselves a huge pay increase.
董事们刚刚投票同意给他们自己大幅度提高工资。
5.
[t]
~ (that)…
提议;建议;支持(建议)to suggest sth or support a suggestion that sb has made
I vote (that) we go out to eat.
我提议我们到外面去吃饭。
IDM
Shoppers voted with their feet and avoided the store.
购物者对那家商店避而远之。
vote with your feet
用脚投票(用去或不去某处表示想法)to show what you think about sth by going or not going somewhere
Shoppers voted with their feet and avoided the store.
购物者对那家商店避而远之。

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