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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
vote /vout/
  • danh từ
    • sự bỏ phiếu
      • to go to the vote: đi bỏ phiếu
      • a vote of confidence: sự bỏ phiếu tín nhiệm
    • lá phiếu
      • to count the votes: kiểm phiếu
    • số phiếu (của một đảng trong một cuộc bầu cử)
    • biểu quyết; nghị quyết (qua bỏ phiếu)
      • to carry out a vote of the Congress: (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) thực hiện một nghị quyết của quốc hội
    • ngân sách (do quốc hội quyết định)
      • the army vote: ngân sách cho quân đội
  • nội động từ
    • bỏ phiếu, bầu cử
    • ngoại động từ
      • bỏ phiếu thông qua
        • to vote an appropriation: bỏ phiếu thông qua một khoản chi
      • (thông tục) đồng thanh tuyên bố
      • (thông tục) đề nghị
      • to vote down
        • bỏ phiếu bác
      • to vote in
        • bầu
      • to vote out
        • bỏ phiếu chống
      • to vote through
        • tán thành, thông qua
    Concise Dictionary
    +a choice that is made by counting the number of people in favor of each alternative
    +the opinion of a group as determined by voting
    +a legal right guaranteed by the 15th amendment to the US constitution; guaranteed to women by the 19th amendment
    +a body of voters who have the same interests
    +the total number of votes cast
    +express one's preference for a candidate or for a measure or resolution; cast a vote
    +express one's choice or preference by vote
    +express a choice or opinion
    +be guided by in voting
    +bring into existence or make available by vote

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    1 ballot, ticket, show of hands; referendum, plebiscite:
    We must have a vote on the issue.
    2 suffrage, franchise:
    Women did not have the vote in those days.
    3 opinion; voter, elector:
    Do you think your platform can win over the liberal vote?
    4 opt, choose, come out (for or against), express or signify (one's) opinion or preference or desire:
    Many people vote for a party rather than an individual.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 [C] ~ (for / against sb/sth) 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. + The motion was passed by 6 votes to 3. + The chairperson has the casting / deciding vote. + The Green candidate won over 3 000 of the 14 000 votes cast.
    2 [C] ~ (on sth) an occasion when a group of people vote on sth: to have / take a vote on an issue + The issue was put to the vote. + The vote was unanimous.
    3 (the vote) [sing.] the total number of votes in an election: She obtained 40% of the vote. + The party increased their share of the vote.
    4 (the vote) [sing.] the vote given by a particular group of people, or for a particular party, etc: the popular / student / working class vote + the Labour / Conservative vote
    5 (the vote) [sing.] the right to vote, especially in political elections: In Britain and the US, people get the vote at 18.
    See also - BLOCK VOTE
    + verb
    1 ~ (for / against sb/sth)
    ~ (on sth) 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: [V, usually +adv./prep.] Did you vote for or against her? + How did you vote at the last election? + We'll listen to the arguments on both sides and then vote on it. + Over 60% of members voted in favour of (= for) the motion. + Only about half of the electorate bothered to vote. + [VN] We voted Democrat in the last election. + [V to inf] Parliament voted to set up an independent inquiry into the matter.
    2 [VN-N] [usually passive] to choose sb/sth for a position or an award by voting: He was voted most promising new director.
    3 [VN-N] [usually passive] to say that sth is good or bad: The event was voted a great success.
    4 [VNN] to agree to give sb/yourself sth by voting: The directors have just voted themselves a huge pay increase.
    5 [V (that)] to suggest sth or support a suggestion that sb has made: I vote (that) we go out to eat.
    Idioms: vote with your feet to show what you think about sth by going or not going somewhere: Shoppers voted with their feet and avoided the store.
    Phrasal Verbs: vote sb/sth<->down to reject or defeat sb/sth by voting for sb/sth else
    vote sb in
    vote sb into / onto sth to choose sb for a position by voting: He was voted in as treasurer. + She was voted onto the board of governors.
    vote sb out
    vote sb out of / off sth to dismiss sb from a position by voting: He was voted out of office.
    vote sth<->through to bring a plan, etc. into effect by voting for it: A proposal to merge the two companies was voted through yesterday.
    Collocation Dictionary

    1 choice/decision made by voting


    majority | huge, massive, overwhelming, resounding
    an overwhelming vote in favour of autonomy
    | unanimous | close, knife-edge, narrow | two-thirds, two-to-one, etc. | democratic, direct, free
    Members of Parliament will have a free vote on this bill.
    | transferable
    The single transferable vote system is it since women have had the vote?
    | give sb
    | fair | secret | popular
    The law was ratified by popular vote.
    | casting, decisive | crucial | affirmative, favourable, yes | adverse, negative, no | dissenting | protest
    He lost theelection because of the protestvote.
    | tactical | floating, swing | absent, expatriate, postal, proxy | invalid, valid | congressional, parliamentary | individual | block
    The unionwants the system of block votes tocontinue.
    | historic


    have, put sth to the, take
    We should put the resolution to the vote. Let's take a vote on the issue.
    | have
    The chairperson always has the casting vote.
    | cast, record
    (formal) You can cast your vote at the local polling station. 50% of the eligible voters recorded their vote.
    | gain, get, obtain, poll, receive, secure, win
    Our candidate polled only 10% of the vote.
    | swing
    factors that could swing the vote against the president
    | count
    Votes are still being counted.


    go to sb/sth
    My vote will go to the party that addresses crime.
    | fall
    The party's vote fell by 6%.
    | increase, rise | double, treble, etc.


    by ~
    The bill was passed by a single vote. Members are elected by direct vote.
    | ~ against, ~ for
    a vote for the government
    | ~ in favour (of sth), ~ on
    a vote on the new law


    a vote of confidence/no confidence
    The government received a massive vote of confidence from the electorate.
    | a vote of thanks
    A special vote of thanks went to the organizer, Tim Woodhouse. > Special page at MEETING

    3 the vote: legal right to vote in elections


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