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Another word for vote

  1. The right or chance to express an opinion or participate in a decision

      1. An unsupported statement or assurance:
      2. The right or authority to decide:
      3. An expression of permission or approval:
      1. Anything regarded as like vocal utterance in communicating to the mind
      2. A medium or agency of expression:
      3. The ability to produce such sounds:
      1. A vote or voting; esp., a vote in favor of some candidate or issue
      2. The right to vote, esp. in political elections; franchise
      3. A vote cast in deciding a disputed question or in electing a person to office.
      1. The right or power to influence or make a decision:
      2. (Archaic) Something said; a statement.
      3. A turn or chance to speak:
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  1. To select by vote for an office.

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Another word for vote

  1. A ballot

  2. A decision

      1. A direct vote in which the entire electorate is invited to accept or refuse a proposal:
      2. A vote in which a population exercises the right of national self-determination.
      3. An expression of the people's will by direct ballot on a political issue, as in choosing between independent nationhood or affiliation with another nation
      1. The number by which the votes cast for the candidate, bill, etc. receiving more than half of the votes, exceed the remaining votes (Ex.: if candidate A gets 100 votes, candidate B, 50, and candidate C, 30, A has a majority of 20)
      2. The condition or time of having reached full legal age, with full legal rights and responsibilities
      3. The political party, group, or faction having the most power by virtue of its larger representation or electoral strength.
      1. An alternative:
      2. One that is chosen:
      3. The power, right, or liberty to choose; option:
      1. A note sent by a diplomatic agent to the agent's own government, asking for specific instructions
      2. The submission of a proposed public measure or actual statute to a direct popular vote.
      3. The submission of a law, proposed or already in effect, to a direct vote of the people, as in superseding or overruling the legislature
      1. An expression of a desire, longing, or strong inclination:
      2. A polite request with some of the force of an order
      3. A feeling that one would like to have or do something or to see something happen; a desire, longing, or strong inclination for a specific thing.
      1. Strong and fixed purpose; determination
      2. The power of making a reasoned choice or decision or of controlling one's own actions
      3. The particular desire, purpose, pleasure, choice, etc. of a certain person or group
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  3. The right to vote

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