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electorate
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
electorate /i'lektərit/
  • danh từ
    • toàn bộ cử tri
    • khu bầu cử
    • (sử học), Đức địa vị tuyến hầu; thái ấp của tuyến hầu
Concise Dictionary
electorates-tərət
noun
+the body of enfranchised citizens; those qualified to vote
Advanced English Dictionary
[pl. v.]
1 the people in a country or an area who have the right to vote, thought of as a group: Only 70% of the electorate voted in the last election.
2 (AustralE, NZE) = CONSTITUENCY (1)
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

registered | total | local, national | mass
The rise of a mass electorate forced politicians to try and broaden their appeal.
| middle-class, working-class, etc. | American, British, etc.

ELECTORATE + VERB

choose sb, elect sb, go to the polls, vote
the representative chosen by the electorate

PHRASES

the electorate as a whole/the electorate at large
the need to appeal to the electorate at large



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