Vote (noun, verb)
1. a formal expression of opinion or choice, either positive or negative, made by an individual or body of individuals.
2. the means by which such expression is made, as a ballot, ticket, etc.
3. the right to such expression: to give women the vote.
4. the decision reached by voting, as by a majority of ballots cast: The vote was for the resolution.
5. a collective expression of will as inferred from a number of votes: the labor vote.
6. an expression, as of some judgment: a vote of confidence.
verb (used without object), vot·ed, vot·ing.
7. to express or signify will or choice in a matter, as by casting a ballot: to vote for president.
verb (used with object), vot·ed, vot·ing.
8. to enact, establish, or determine by vote: to vote a proposed bill into law.
9. to support by one's vote: to vote the Republican ticket.
10 to advocate by or as by one's vote: to vote that the report be accepted.
11. to declare or decide by general consent: They voted the trip a success.
12. to encourage or cause to vote, especially in a particular way.
Related Words for vote
tally, referendum, choice, majority, poll, ballot, elect, grant, propose, choose, determine, recommend, return, establish, declare, enact, yea, wish, suffrage, will
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Origin: 1425–75; late Middle English (noun) < Latin vōtum a vow
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