- 议决事项，议决（金）额 x
- 投票，投票决定，投票同意，投票选举 ，投票通过，投票拨予
- vt. ＆ vi. 投票,表决 express one's choice officially
- vt. 一致认为 agree or state as the general opinion
- vt. 提议,建议 suggest; propose
- [C] 投票,选举,表决 the showing of one's opinion for or against sb/sth at a meeting
- [C] 票,选票 the piece of paper on which a choice is expressed
- [S] 表决结果,投票总数 a decision made by voting; the whole number of such choices
- [S] 选举权,投票权,表决权 right to vote, especially in political elections
a choice that is made by counting the number of people in favor of each alternative;
"there were only 17 votes in favor of the motion"
"they allowed just one vote per person"
the opinion of a group as determined by voting;
"they put the question to a vote"
a legal right guaranteed by the 15th amendment to the US Constitution; guaranteed to women by the 19th amendment;
"American women got the vote in 1920"
a body of voters who have the same interests;
"he failed to get the Black vote"
the total number of voters who participated;
"they are expecting a large vote"
express one's preference for a candidate or for a measure or resolution; cast a vote;
"He voted for the motion"
"None of the Democrats voted last night"
express one's choice or preference by vote;
"vote the Democratic ticket"
express a choice or opinion;
"I vote that we all go home"
"She voted for going to the Chinese restaurant"
be guided by in voting;
"vote one's conscience"
bring into existence or make available by vote;
"They voted aid for the underdeveloped countries in Asia"
- Give women the vote!
- I suggested putting the matter to a vote, but the chairman demurred to it.
- A large vote was polled.
- He used his casting vote to block the motion.
- This vote spells defeat for the government.
- The vote will be held next month.
- Was the vote for or against the resolution?
- We are going to vote on the plan .
- He became a citizen, thereby gaining the right to vote.
- I may vote for her at the next election.
- Only citizens are eligible to vote.
- Parliament voted the bill through without a debate.
- He refused to declare which way he would vote.
- You're too young to vote.
- Lots of people had no right to vote.
- I didn't vote in the last election.
- The voter may vote in accordance with the list of candidate or vote for any other persons he prefers.
- Vote MacDonald, the man you can trust!
- Women vote their minds, not their husbands.
- They vote to choose a president.
- The students voted to continue the struggle.
- We voted to give a concert to get some money for the school.
- The teachers voted to reject the government's pay offer.
- The committee voted to approve the report.
- I vote that we should visit the Museum of Chinese History.
- I vote (that) he (should) do it.
- I vote that we avoid him in future.
- I vote we try again later.
- I vote that we go to the cinema tonight.
- They voted that the meeting should be adjourned.
- They voted that the school should continue.
- We voted that it was time to adjourn.
- I vote (that) we take action at once.
- It was voted that they hold a mass rally to celebrate the victory.
- Congress voted him a pension.
- They voted us support.
- The union voted itself larger welfare benefits.
- They voted him thanks.
- Unions voted support to them.
- The government has just voted another nine million pounds to the defence budget.
- They voted some money to them in their research.
- We have voted him our monitor.
- All the teachers vote him a good student.
- We vote your idea a good one.
- The critics voted the show success.
- The children all voted the trip to be a great success.
- He was voted a fine fellow.
- John was voted the best man of match.
- It was voted a failure.
- She was voted most promising new actress by the London theatre critics.
- The vote will be held next month.
- The amendment was then put to the vote.
- I shall cast a vote for the Labour candidate.
- The person receiving the most votes is selected.
- Let's have a vote.
- Was the vote for or against the resolution?
- The Tory got 40% of the vote.
- Only members of the team have a vote.
- vote against (v.+prep.)
投票反对 oppose (sb/sth) in an election or vote
vote against sb/sth
Only seven members voted against an increase in tax.
Eight delegates voted against the motion.
I, for one, shall vote against the proposal.
I shall vote against the restoration of capital punishment.
The politician was deeply hurt when many of his former supporters voted against him, and he lost his place in Parliament.
- vote down (v.+adv.)
投票否决 defeat (sth) by a vote
vote sth ⇔ down
Congress voted the bill down.
The House voted the proposal down by an overwhelming majority.
This particular group was voted down.
His proposals were invariably voted down.
The suggestion was voted down by a large majority.
He moved to adjourn, but was voted down by the opposition group.
The measure was voted down, six to one.
- vote for (v.+prep.)
建议 to suggest
vote for sb/sth
Who did you vote for?
He voted for the Democratic candidate.
I shall vote for Heath because I think he's the better man.
Miss Stevens voted for an increase in tuition.
Twelve men voted for the motion and three against it.12
人投票赞成这个动议,3人反对。vote for v-ing
I vote for stopping.
I vote for going out for a walk.
- vote in (v.+adv.)
选出 elect out
vote sb/sth ⇔ in
The people have just voted in a new government.
He was voted in by a handsome majority.
Labour was voted in for second term of office.
- vote in favour (v.+prep.+n.)
投票赞成 vote for
vote in favour (of sth)
The majority voted in favour of the proposal.
There was no alternative for them to vote in favour.
- vote on〔upon〕 (v.+prep.)
对…进行表决 express one's opinion about sth by one's vote
vote on〔upon〕 sb/sth/wh-clause
The chairman asked us to vote on the plan.
How many members voted on the housing question?
They are voting on a motion to adjourn the meeting.
As we can't all agree on this matter, let's vote on it.
They voted upon whether they should send a fact-finding mission there.
- vote out (v.+adv.)
投票使下台; 否决 defeat (sb/sth) by voting
vote sb/sth ⇔ out
The people voted out the Democratic Party in a nation-wide election.
They voted out the measure.
Both of them were voted out.
Everyone expected the councilman to be voted out at the next election.
The government is afraid it will be voted out of office at the next election.
- vote through (v.+adv.)
投票通过 pass (sth such as an idea) by voting
vote sth ⇔ through
Parliament voted the bill through.
The Bill was voted through by both Houses with little delay.
- vote with (v.+prep.)
同…投相同票 give one's vote to the same party as (sb else)
vote with sb
Do you always vote with your husband, or do you have different political opinions?
- vote with feet (v.+prep.+n.)
退场 move back
vote with one's feet
Nearly three million people voted with their feet.
Thousands have voted with their feet.
- vote of thanks
鼓掌表示感谢request for appreciative applause
- vote sb a pension 表决决定给某人养老金
- vote democratically 民主选举
- vote inconsistently 不协调地选举
- vote intelligently 明智地选举
- vote legally 合法地选举
- vote loyally 忠诚地投票
- vote regularly 正规选举
- vote unanimously 一致表决
- vote down 否决,投票反对
- vote the suggestion down 否决这项提案
- vote sb in 投票拥护…上台执政
- vote out 通过投票使…下台
- vote out a measure 否决一项议案
- vote through 投票通过
- vote against 投票反对
- vote against a bill 投票反对一议案
- vote against the government party 投票反对执政党
- vote at election 进行选举投票
- vote by ballot 进行无记名投票
- vote by a show of hands 举手表决(某事)
- vote for 投票支持
- vote in favour of 投赞成票
- vote into 投票把…选入
- vote sb into office 投票选某人任(职)
- vote sb into power 投票拥护…上台执政
- vote on〔upon〕 就…表决
- vote on a resolution 就某一决议进行表决
- vote sb out of office 通过投票表决把某人赶下台
- vote sb with an increased majority 以压倒多数的选票拥护…
- buy a vote 收买选票
- cast a vote 投票
- change〔switch〕 one's vote 改投其他的票
- count the vote 计票
- deliver〔get out〕 the vote 拉票,拉人参加投票
- get〔 receive〕sb's vote 获得某人的选票
- get〔have, qualify for〕 the vote 获得〔有,取得〕选举权
- influence a vote 影响投票结果
- lose the votes 失去选票
- obtain votes 得票
- pass a vote 通过决议
- propose〔take〕 a vote 提议〔进行〕表决
- deciding〔decisive〕 vote 决定性的一票
- direct vote 直接投票
- heavy〔light〕 vote 票数多〔少〕
- solid vote 完全一致的投票结果
- independent vote 无党派选票
- open〔secret〕 vote 记名〔不记名〕投票
- enough votes 足够的选票
- spoiled votes 废票
- vote to adjourn 表决休会
Birney polled just enough votes to defeat Clay.出自： Goldwin Smith
You get my vote the next time you run for poundmaster.出自：Outing (US)
The motion was carried by seven votes to four.出自： C. P. Snow
Each pupil and each staff member having one vote.出自： A. S. Neill
He voted radical and she was a vehement tory.出自： C. P. Snow
Some fifty Liberals voted against the bill.出自： A. J. P. Taylor
The pro-abortion lobby was looking hopefully..at that 50 per cent of the adult population which does not vote.出自：Guardian
At the June election, many Moslems voted for Dr Ahmet Sadik.出自：Financial Times
- vote还可接以“(to be+) n. ”充当补足语的复合宾语。
- vote后接介词against表示“投票反对”; 后接介词for表示“投…的票; 投票支持…”“建议,提议”; 后接介词on表示“就…表决”; 后接副词in表示“投票拥护…上台执政”; 后接副词out表示“通过投票使…下台”; 后接副词through表示“投票通过”; 后接介词with表示“同…投相同票”。
- voter n. 选举人,投票人,选民