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vote

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of vote

  1. 1 the right to formally express one's position or will in an election <in the United States, women were granted the vote by the 19th Amendment in 1920> Synonyms ballot, enfranchisement, franchise, suffrage Related Words say, say-so, voice Antonyms disenfranchisement

  2. 2 a piece of paper indicating a person's preferences in an election <dropped her vote into the ballot box> Synonyms ballotRelated Words aye (also ay), yea; nay, no, non placet; blackball; referendum; ticket; absentee ballot, Australian ballot, secret ballot, short ballot, write-in

  3. 3 the right to express a wish, choice, or opinion <he argued for a vote in the matter, since he was going to be affected by the final decision> Synonyms say, say-so, voiceRelated Words part, role (also rôle), share; ballot, enfranchisement, franchise, suffrage; belief, conviction, judgment (or judgement), opinion, sentiment, view




vote

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of vote

  1. to set before the mind for consideration <I vote we quit working and go out for lunch> Synonyms advance, bounce, offer, pose, proffer, propound, suggest, proposeRelated Words move; nominate, recommend; present, submit, tender, trot out; file, lay, lodge; arrange, calculate, chart, contrive, cover, frame, map, plan, plot, shape




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