简明英汉词典

vote
[vEJt]
n.
投票, 选票,表决, 得票数
vi.
投票
vt.
投票,投票决定, 公认, <口>建议, 使投票

美国传统词典[双解]

vote
vote
AHD:[v?t]
D.J.[vout]
K.K.[vot]
n.(名词)

(1)

A formal expression of preference for a candidate for office or for a proposed resolution of an issue.
选举:对于某个职务候选人或某件问题的解决方法的赞同的正式表达

(2)

A means by which such a preference is made known, such as a raised hand or a marked ballot.
投票,表决:这种赞同被表达出来的方式,如举手或有记号的选票

(3)

The number of votes cast in an election or to resolve an issue:
投票总数:在一次选举或决定一个问题时所投的票数:
a heavy vote in favor of the bill.
赞成议案的压倒多数

(4)

A group of voters alike in some way:
选民,选区:在某些方面的相同的一组投票者:
the Black vote; the rural vote.
黑人选票;农村选票

(5)

The act or process of voting:
投票:投票的行为或过程:
took a vote on the issue.
在这个问题上采取投票

(6)

The result of an election or a referendum.
投票结果:一次选举或公民投票的结果

(7)

The right to participate as a voter; suffrage.
选举权:作为选举者参加的权力;投票权
v.(动词)
vot.edvot.ingvotes
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To express one's preference for a candidate or for a proposed resolution of an issue; cast a vote:
投票:表示某人对一个候选人或一个问题的解决办法的选择;投票:
voted yes on the motion; voting against the measure.
对这项运动上投赞同票;投票反对提案

(2)

To express a choice or an opinion.
表决:表达一个选择或观点
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To express one's preference for by vote:
投票决定:用投票来表达某人的选择:
voted the straight Republican ticket.
投了正直的共和党人一票

(2)

To decide the disposition of by vote, as by electing or defeating:
表决:用投票来决定处理办法,如投票选举或击败:
vote in a new mayor; voted out their representative; vote down the amendment.
选出一位新市长;投票选出他们的代表;投票来否决修正案

(3)

To bring into existence or make available by vote:
投票通过:以投票方式使存在或使可行:
vote new funds for a program.
为计划投票争取新的资金

(4)

To be guided by in voting:
用投票来决定:
vote one's conscience.
以良心来投票

(5)

To declare or pronounce by general consent:
公议,一致认为:以一致同意来宣布:
voted the play a success.
公认这部戏是成功的

(6)

Informal To state as a preference or an opinion:
【非正式用语】 建议:陈述以表示选择或意见:
I vote we eat out tonight.
我提议我们今晚出去吃饭

习惯用语

vote with (one's) feet【俚语】
To indicate a preference or an opinion by leaving or entering a particular locale:
用行动选择:用离开或进入一个特定地点的方式来表示选择或意见:
“If older cities are allowed to decay and contract, can citizens who vote with their feet . . . hope to find better conditions anywhere else?”(Melinda Beck)
“如果老城被允许崩溃并且缩小,用行动选择的公民能希望在别处找到更好的环境吗?”(梅琳达·贝克)

语源

(1)

Middle English [vow]
中古英语 [誓言]

(2)

from Latin v?m [from neuter past participle of] vov?re [to vow]
源自 拉丁语 v?m [] 源自vov?re的中性过去分词 [发誓]

继承用法

votable 或

voteable
adj.(形容词)

voter
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

vote
[vEJt]
n.

(1)

投票表决
secret vote
不记名投票

(2)

(某人)用投票所作的选择
I gave my vote to Mr. Wang.
我投王先生的票。

(3)

选票;投票纸
vote of confidence
信任票
He won the election because he got most votes.
他选举获胜了,因为他得了大多数的选票。

(4)

总票数

习惯用语

put sth. to the vote
付诸表决

词性变化

vote
vi., vt.
voted, voting

(1)

(常与for, against连用)投票;表决
Vote for Johnson--the people's friend!
请投约翰逊一票──他是人民的支持者。

(2)

选举出

(3)

一致认为

(4)

(常与that连用)建议

用法词典

vote
来自拉丁语 votum 愿望,立誓,许愿

英文相关词典

vote
ballot    choice    decision    designation    determination    poll    referendum    selection    voice    

美国传统词典

vote
vote
AHD:[v?t]
D.J.[vout]
K.K.[vot]
n.

(1)

A formal expression of preference for a candidate for office or for a proposed resolution of an issue.

(2)

A means by which such a preference is made known, such as a raised hand or a marked ballot.

(3)

The number of votes cast in an election or to resolve an issue:
a heavy vote in favor of the bill.

(4)

A group of voters alike in some way:
the Black vote; the rural vote.

(5)

The act or process of voting:
took a vote on the issue.

(6)

The result of an election or a referendum.

(7)

The right to participate as a voter; suffrage.
v.
vot.ed, vot.ing, votes
v.intr.

(1)

To express one's preference for a candidate or for a proposed resolution of an issue; cast a vote:
voted yes on the motion; voting against the measure.

(2)

To express a choice or an opinion.
v.tr.

(1)

To express one's preference for by vote:
voted the straight Republican ticket.

(2)

To decide the disposition of by vote, as by electing or defeating:
vote in a new mayor; voted out their representative; vote down the amendment.

(3)

To bring into existence or make available by vote:
vote new funds for a program.

(4)

To be guided by in voting:
vote one's conscience.

(5)

To declare or pronounce by general consent:
voted the play a success.

(6)

Informal To state as a preference or an opinion:
I vote we eat out tonight.

习惯用语

vote with (one's) feetSlang
To indicate a preference or an opinion by leaving or entering a particular locale:
“If older cities are allowed to decay and contract, can citizens who vote with their feet . . . hope to find better conditions anywhere else?”(Melinda Beck)

语源

(1)

Middle English [vow]

(2)

from Latin v?m [from neuter past participle of] vov?re [to vow]

继承用法

votable or

voteable
adj.

voter
n.

英汉船舶大词典

vote
n.选举

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

vote
【动】表决,投票

英汉法学大词典

vote
v.表决 ,选票,投票选举,选举权 ;n.投票

英汉航海大词典

vote
n.选举

英汉化学大词典

vote
n.投票,决议事项;vt.表决,建议

英汉经贸大词典

vote
n.选举

英汉计算机大词典

vote
n.投票(决议事项);vt.表决(建议)

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