- [U][C]选举,当选,推举 the choosing of representatives to fill a position; voting; choice
a vote to select the winner of a position or political office;
"the results of the election will be announced tonight"
the act of selecting someone or something; the exercise of deliberate choice;
"her election of medicine as a profession"
the status or fact of being elected;
"they celebrated his election"
the predestination of some individuals as objects of divine mercy (especially as conceived by Calvinists)
- Our party was routed at the election.
- I may vote for her at the next election.
- After the election the party was reduced to a rump.
- The democrats hope to get back at the next election.
- It's impossible to tell who will win the next election.
- Charles declared the result of the election.
- The newspapers are discussing the coming election.
- This is a direct election.
- announce an election 宣布选举
- carry an election 竞选成功
- conduct an election 进行选举
- contest an election 竞选
- decide an election 决定选举
- win an election 当选
- the close election 势均力敌的选举
- the democratic election 民主选举
- the direct election 直接选举
- the free election 自由选举
- the general election 大选
- the local election 地方选举
- the next election 下届选举
- the parliamentary election 议会选举
- the presidential election 总统竞选
- the primary election 预选
- E- Day 美国总统及国会议员选举日
- E- Year (美国总统)选举年
- the election address 竞选演讲
- the election campaign 竞选运动
- the election districts 选区
- the election fever 竞选热
- the election results 选举结果
The empire..had waived the right..to interfere in the election of the pope.出自： S. Austin
He was not seeking election.出自： J. Galsworthy
Her election to that very select body was no problem.出自： H. Fast