Vote

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Definition

to vote: to choose, to elect, to select
verb

a vote: a selection, an election, a choice
noun

Examples

  • "And in Bolivia, you may even be denied access to your salary if you don't vote in an election!"
  • "I'd still vote for him."
  • "Wendy : Ok, I have a question for you Brent: Do you vote regularly?"
  • "I've been working like a dog recently, but I did vote in the 2003 presidentials."
  • "Some socio-economic groups are more likely to vote than others."
  • "Voting is mandatory down under, and the law is applied rigorously."
  • "Don't forget to vote!"
  • "In the US, the higher a person's income and level of education, the more likely they are to vote."
  • "Bartender : That's fine if you want to vote, or drive, or go to war, but drinking is more serious than those things."
  • "Ahead of the vote on June 1st, 2020, the two remaining candidates, Brits Edward Moon and Brian Jones, will clash on the big issues: cheese, the environment and the Eurovision song contest."

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