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  • 牛津词典
  • vote

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    • [vəʊt]
    • [voʊt]

    释义

    • 常用
    • 高考讲解
    • v.
      投票,选举; 提议; 投票表决; 公认,由舆论决定;
    • n.
      投票,表决; 投票数; 投票权; 决议;

    大小写变形:VOTEVote

  • 词态变化

    • 复数: votes;
    • 第三人称单数: votes;
    • 过去式: voted;
    • 过去分词: voted;
    • 现在分词: voting;
  • 实用场景例句

    • 全部
    • 投票
    • 选举
    • 提议
    • 投票表决
    • 公认
    • 表决
    • 投票数
    • 投票权
    • 决议

    your right to vote under the constitution

    根据宪法所拥有的选举权

    ——《牛津高阶英汉双解词典》

    If he demands too much, the unions will vote him down.

    如果他要求太多,工会就会投票撤换他。

    ——柯林斯例句

    The opposition has called for a vote of no confidence in the government.

    反对党号召发起对政府的不信任投票。

    ——柯林斯例句

    The Russian leader won a whopping 89.9 percent yes vote.

    这位俄罗斯领导人赢得了89.9%的高票支持。

    ——柯林斯例句

    A single candidate is put forward and the people vote yes or no.

    先推出一个候选人,由人们投票表示赞成或反对。

    ——柯林斯例句

    The conference is now debating the motion and will vote on it shortly.

    大会正在就提议进行辩论,稍后将就此表决。

    ——柯林斯例句

    The President and his supporters are almost certain to read this vote as a mandate for continued economic reform.

    总统及其支持者几乎肯定地认为这次投票是对继续进行经济改革的授权。

    ——柯林斯例句

    An official decree invalidated the vote in the capital.

    一份官方法令宣布在首都举行的投票无效。

    ——柯林斯例句

    The Government has launched an advertising campaign to encourage people to vote.

    政府已发起一系列广告宣传攻势鼓励民众参加选举。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Those not attending the meeting may vote by proxy.

    那些未出席会议的可以请他人代为投票。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Union leaders had urged miners to vote in favour of an overtime ban.

    工会领导人呼吁矿工投票支持加班禁令。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Experts say a "yes" vote is still the likely outcome.

    专家说结果仍可能是投赞成票。

    ——柯林斯例句

    The vote was overwhelmingly in favour of the Democratic Party.

    压倒多数的选票投给了民主党。

    ——柯林斯例句

    52.5% of those questioned said they'd vote Labour.

    52.5%的受访者表示他们会投工党的票。

    ——柯林斯例句

    I appeal to you to vote against him.

    我想请你投他的反对票.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Representatives of six nations walked out to show their opposition to the vote.

    六个国家的代表退出以示反对投票表决.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    I feel it is my civic duty to vote.

    我认为投票选举是我作为公民的义务.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    The politician was ousted from office by a vote from members of his own party.

    那个政客被他自己党内的成员投票表决赶下台.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    At the end of the various speeches, I want you to propose a vote of thanks to his parents.

    在演讲结束时, 我希望你向他的父母鼓掌以示感谢.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    There was no alternative for them to vote in favor.

    他们别无选择,只有投票赞成.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    The government lost a parliamentary confidence vote.

    政府失去了议会的信任票.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Buying yourself in is the only way to get a vote in the company's future.

    花钱买个股东资格是将来在公司里取得选票的唯一途径.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    The vote will be held next month.

    下个月举行选举.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    With the whole meeting in uproar, the chairman abandoned the attempt to take a vote.

    因为整个会议一片喧嚣, 主持会议的人放弃了投票表决的尝试.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Only full members of the club are allowed to vote at meeting.

    只有俱乐部的正式会员才可以在会中投票.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    I vote that he ( should ) do it.

    我建议他做那件事.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    The vote lacks three of being a majority.

    差三张选票就过半数.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Who did you vote for?

    你投谁的票?

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Today every citizen aged eighteen or over has the right to vote.

    如今,年满18周岁或18周岁以上的公民都有选举权.

    ——《现代汉英综合大词典》

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  • 真题例句

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    Laws can restrict or ban voting, access to public housing, and professional and business licensing.

    出自-2015年12月阅读原文

    vote for the best learners democratically

    出自-2013年6月阅读原文

    The best comments are then sorted democratically by a voting system, meaning that your social learning experience is shared with the best and brightest thinkers.

    出自-2013年6月阅读原文

    Not many young people eligible for voting are interested in local or national elections these days.

    出自-2016年6月阅读原文

    It is also troubling that voting rates among our youngest eligible voters—18- to 24-year-olds—are way down: Little more than one in four now go to the polls, even in national elections, compared with almost twice that many when 18-year-olds were first given the vote.

    出自-2016年6月阅读原文

    Students do not merely benefit while at university; studies show- they go on to be healthier and happier than non-graduates, and also far more likely to vote.

    出自-2016年12月阅读原文

    Now we are told Members of Parliament ( ' , MPs) will have a free vote before parliament is dissolved in March.

    出自-2016年12月阅读原文

    MPs voted overwhelmingly in favour of Labour amendments to the children and families bill last February that included the 118 power to regulate for plain packaging.

    出自-2016年12月阅读原文

    But this vote of confidence in Oprah sends a troubling message at precisely the time when American universities need to do more to advance the cause of reason.

    出自-2014年6月阅读原文

    By 2025 at the latest, about half the voters in America and most of those in western European countries will be over 50—and older people turn out to vote in much greater number than younger ones.

    出自-2010年12月阅读原文

    One reason why pension and health care reforms are slow in coming is that politicians are afraid of losing votes in the next election.

    出自-2010年12月阅读原文

    politicians are afraid of losing votes in the next election

    出自-2010年12月阅读原文

    A new study from the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) at Tufts University shows that today's youth vote in larger numbers than previous generations, and a 2008 study from the Center for American Progress adds that increasing numbers of young voters and activists support traditionally liberal causes.

    出自-2010年6月阅读原文

    He thought he was a good public official, but the voters obviously thought otherwise— Their vote was inconsistent with his self-concept.

    出自-2013年6月听力原文

    She will vote for another candidate.

    出自-2012年12月听力原文

    M :well ,that guy won't be able to win the election unless he got the majority vote from women students ,and I am not sure about it ?

    出自-2011年6月听力原文

    Connor gave the deciding vote in many important cases during her 24 years on the top court.

    2016年高考英语全国卷1 阅读理解 阅读A 原文

    Its current leader, Ed Miliband, owes his position to votes from public-sector unions.

    出自-2012年考研阅读原文

    Enraged by Entergy’s behavior, the Vermont Senate voted 26 to 4 last year against allowing an extension.

    出自-2012年考研阅读原文

    On a five to three vote,the Supreme Court knocked out much of Arizona's immigration law Monday-a modest policy victory for the Obama Aministration.

    出自-2013年考研阅读原文

    With Britain voting to leave the European Union, and GDP already predicted to slow as a result, it is now a timely moment to assess what he was referring to.

    出自-2017年考研阅读原文

    If everything was going so well, then why did over 17 million people vote for Brexit, despite the warnings about what it could do to their country’s economic prospects?.

    出自-2017年考研阅读原文

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  • 英英释义

    Noun

    • 1. a choice that is made by voting;

      "there were only 17 votes in favor of the motion"

    • 2. the opinion of a group as determined by voting;

      "they put the question to a vote"

    • 3. 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"

    • 4. a body of voters who have the same interests;

      "he failed to get the Black vote"

    • 5. the total number of votes cast;

      "they are hoping for a large vote"

    Verb

    • 1. 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"

    • 2. express one's choice or preference by vote;

      "vote the Democratic ticket"

    • 3. express a choice or opinion;

      "I vote that we all go home"

      "She voted for going to the Chinese restaurant"

    • 4. be guided by in voting;

      "vote one's conscience"

    • 5. bring into existence or make available by vote;

      "They voted aid for the underdeveloped countries in Asia"

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  • 词根词缀

    词根: vot

    =vow,表示"忠于,发誓"

    • adj.

      devotional 专心的, 献身的, 信仰的, 虔诚的, 祷告的

      devotion[n.献身,热诚,专心]+al……的→献身的,虔诚的

    • n.

      devotion 献身,热诚,专心

      devote[v.[to]奉献,致力]+ion表名词→n.献身,热诚,专心

      vote 投票,表决;选票,选票数

      vot忠于,发誓+e→n.投票,表决;选票,选票数 v.投票,表决

      voter 投票者,有投票权者

      vote[n.投票,表决;选票,选票数 v.投票,表决]+er人→voter投票者

    • v.

      devote [to]奉献,致力

      de加强+vot忠于,发誓+e→拼命发誓→献身

      vote 投票,表决

      vot忠于,发誓+e→n.投票,表决;选票,选票数 v.投票,表决

  • 词组搭配

    vote of confidence

    a vote showing that a majority continues to support the policy of a leader or governing body

    信任投票

    vote of no confidence (或 vote of censure)

    a vote showing that a majority does not support the policy of a leader or governing body

    不信任投票

    vote with one's feet

    (informal)indicate an opinion by being present or absent or by some other course of action

    (非正式)用脚投票;通过去或留等方式表明意见

    vote with (one's) feet&I{【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?”(&b{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?”(&b{梅琳达·贝克})

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  • 同义词

    n.选举,投票;选择

    choicedesignationballotpolldeterminationreferendumdecisionvoiceselection

    其他释义

    suffrageoptionelection

  • 行业词典

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