votes (plural noun)
  1. a formal indication of a choice between two or more candidates or courses of action, expressed typically through a ballot or a show of hands.
    ballot · poll · election · referendum · plebiscite · public vote ·
    general election · local election · popular vote · straw poll · show of hands · voting · polling
    • an act of giving or registering a vote.
      "they are ready to put it to a vote"
    • (the vote)
      the choice expressed collectively by a body of electors or by a specified group.
      "the nationalist vote in Northern Ireland"
    • (the vote)
      the right to register a choice in an election.
      suffrage · franchise · enfranchisement · right to vote ·
      voting rights · voice · say · option · choice
votes (third person present) · voted (past tense) · voted (past participle) · voting (present participle)
  1. give or register a vote.
    "they voted against the resolution" ·
    "I voted Labour"
    go to the polls · cast one's vote · mark one's ballot paper
late Middle English: from Latin votum ‘a vow, wish’, from vovere ‘to vow’. The verb dates from the mid 16th century.
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How to use vote in a sentence?
she crowdsourced advice on album art and even posted an early version of the song so fans could vote for their favorite chorus.
the House vote in favour of the bill was 10 votes short of the requisite majority for an override.
henceforth, parties which fail to get 5% of the vote will not be represented in parliament.
he shall be entitled to exercise the vote of the director for whom he is an alternate.
they use this fact to blackmail him, trying to force him to vote for their candidate.
the government put its slim majority to the test by proposing a vote of confidence.
The SNP must not allow itself to be bullied in the stramash over the Commons vote.
contrariwise, a registered person may vote, even if not entitled to be registered.
the president tweeted: ‘After you vote, tell your Facebook friends—“I voted.”’.
the party still has a hard core of supporters that will always vote for them.
with 35 per cent of the precincts declaring, he had 51 per cent of the vote.
political self-identification is a strong indicator of how people will vote.
they will present their resignations to forestall a vote of no confidence.
in a hung council, his vote would be eagerly sought by either party.
the narrowness of the vote shows there is everything to fight for.
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How to say vote in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)begrotingspos, stem, stemming
Arabic (NOUN)التصويت, تصويت, إجراء تصويت, الأصوات, صوت, الاقتراع
(VERB)تصوت, يصوتوا, يصوت, اصوت, نصوت
Bangla ভোট
Bosnian (Latin) glasanje
Bulgarian (VERB)гласуват
(NOUN)гласуване, вот, глас, вота, гласовете
Cantonese (Traditional) 投票
Catalan (NOUN)vot, votació, vota, voti, vots, Voteu
(VERB)votar, voten, votin
Chinese Simplified 投票
Chinese Traditional 投票
Croatian (VERB)glasovati
(NOUN)glasovanje, izbori, pravo glasa
Czech (NOUN)hlasování
(VERB)hlasovat, volit
Danish (NOUN)afstemning, Stem, stemmerne
(VERB)stemme, stemt
Dutch (NOUN)stemming, stem
(VERB)stemmen, gestemd, stemrecht, stemt
Estonian (NOUN)hääletus
Fijian veitokoni
Filipino boto
Finnish (NOUN)äänestys, ääni
French (NOUN)votez, voix, scrutin
German (NOUN)Abstimmung, Stimme, Votum, Wahl
(VERB)abstimmen, Stimmrecht, wählen
Greek (NOUN)ψηφοφορία, ψήφο, ψήφος, ψήφου, ψήφιση, ψήφων
(VERB)ψηφίσει, ψηφίζουν
Haitian Creole vòt
Hebrew (NOUN)ההצבעה, הצביעו, בהצבעה, הצבעתי, הצבעה, הקול, קול
(VERB)להצביע, מצביע, להדיח
Hindi (NOUN)वोट
Hmong Daw pov ntawv xaiv
Hungarian (NOUN)szavazás
Icelandic (VERB)kjósa, tekið þátt
(NOUN)atkvæði, kosningunni
Indonesian (VERB)memilih
(NOUN)suara, pemungutan suara, voting
Italian (VERB)votare, votano, votato
(NOUN)voto, votazione, vota, votate, voti
Japanese (NOUN)投票, 票, 採決, 投票権
Kiswahili (VERB)kupiga kura
Korean (VERB)투표, 투표할, 투표권, 유권자
(NOUN)표결, 투표가, 투표로, 표
Latvian (NOUN)balsojums, nobalso, votes
(VERB)balsot, vēlēt
Lithuanian (NOUN)balsavimas
Malagasy fanehoana
Malay (Latin) (VERB)mengundi
Maltese (NOUN)vot, b'vot, votazzjoni
(VERB)jivvota, tivvota
Norwegian Bokmål stemme
Persian (NOUN)رای, آرا, رای گیری
(VERB)رای دادن, توانید
Polish (VERB)głosowania, zagłosować, głosują
(NOUN)głosowanie, Głosuj, zagłosuj, głos, glosowania, głosem
Portuguese (NOUN)voto, votação, votos
(VERB)votar, votam, votem, vota, votou
Querétaro Otomi nt'ets'i
Romanian (NOUN)vot, votul, Voteaza, Votați, voturi
(VERB)vota, voteze
Russian (NOUN)голосования, вотум, проголосуйте
(VERB)голосовать, проголосовали
Samoan palota
Serbian (Cyrillic) гласање
Serbian (Latin) glasanje
Slovak (NOUN)hlasovanie
(VERB)hlasovať, voliť
Slovenian (NOUN)glasovanje
(VERB)glasuje, volijo
Spanish (NOUN)voto, vota, votación
Swedish (VERB)rösta
(NOUN)omröstning, röst, rösterna
Tahitian maiti
Tamil வாக்கு
Telugu ఓటు
Thai ออกเสียง
Tongan hikinima'i
Turkish (NOUN)oy, oylama, oy verin, oyu, oyumu, oyum
(VERB)oyla, oy kullanma
Ukrainian (VERB)голосувати, проголосували
(NOUN)голосування, Проголосуйте, вотум
Urdu (NOUN)ووٹ
Vietnamese (VERB)bỏ phiếu, bầu, bầu cử
(NOUN)phiếu, lá phiếu, votes
Welsh (NOUN)bleidlais, pleidleisiwch
Yucatec Maya voto
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