election

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} seçim

Lincoln seçimi kazandı. - Lincoln won the election.

1880 yılının seçim kampanyası heyecan verici değildi. - The election campaign of 1880 was not exciting.

saylav
tercih
election precinct seçim mahallesi
(isim) seçim
(Tıp) Seçme

Seçim günü, seçmenler Nixon'u seçti. - On election day, voters chose Nixon.

Sosyal Demokratlar seçim günü yeterince seçmeni harekete geçirmeyi başaracak mı? - Will the Social Democrats succeed in mobilizing enough voters on Election Day?

election district seçim bölgesi
ilcih ebedi saadeti nasip eden ilahi takdir
election day seçim günü
(Ticaret) kabul
elections
seçimler

Peki, İtalyan seçimlerini kim kazandı? - So, who won the Italian elections?

2. Mayıs 2011, Kanada Federal Seçimlerinin tarihi: oy vermeye gitmeyi unutmayın! - The 2nd of May 2011 is the date of the Canadian Federal Elections: Don't forget to go vote!

election campaign
saylav kampanyası
election day
saylav günü
election district
saylav bölgesi
election pledge
saylav propagandası
election pledge
saylav konuşması
election returns
saylav sonuçları
election leaflet
Seçim broşürü
election returns
seçim sonuçları
election threshold
seçim barajını
election bulletin
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim bildirgesi
election bulletin
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim bildirisi
election campaign
seçim kampanyası
election campaign plan
seçim kampanyası planı
election campaign trail
seçim kampanyası gezisi
election cycle
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim turu
election excitement
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim heyecanı
election excitement
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim telaşı
election expenses
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim harcamaları
election fraud
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim sahtekarlığı
election fuss
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim telaşı
election programme
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim programı
election threshold
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim barajı
elect
seçmek
elect
seçimi kazanmış
elect
{f} seç

1860'ta Lincoln, ABD başkanlığına seçildi. - In 1860, Lincoln was elected President of the United States.

Yuri Andropov 16 Haziran 1983 te Yüce Rusya'nın Başbakanlık Heyetinin başkanı seçilmişti. - Yuri Andropov was elected Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet on June 16, 1983.

call an election
Seçime gitmek
elect
{f} görevlendirmek
elect
atamak
elect
oylayarak seçmek
electioneering
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim kampanyası
runoff election
balotaj
by election
ara seçim
by-election
ara saylav
bye election
ara seçim
bye-election
ara saylav
carry an election
saylav kazanmak
early election
erken saylav
elect
(önemli bir) karar vermek
general election
genel seçim

Bir genel seçim havasındaydı. - A general election was in the air.

Bir genel seçim mayıs ayında düzenlenecek. - A general election will be held in May.

general election
yalpı saylav
local election
yerel saylav
popular election
genel saylav
primary election
ana seçim
re-election
saylavı yenileme
run for election
saylavlar için adaylığını koymak
stand for election
saylavlar için adaylığını koymak
writ of election
seçim listesi
by-election
Ara seçim: Genel seçimler dışında yapılan ara dönem seçimleri
by-election
tarafından seçim
elect
(Askeri) ELEMEK, SEÇMEK
federal election commission
federal seçim komisyonu
hold election
seçime
immediate election
Erken seçim
invalidate the election
seçim geçersiz
legislative election
(Politika Siyaset) Milletvekili seçimi
primary election
(Politika Siyaset) Aday yoklaması
qualified voters in an election
bir seçim nitelikli seçmen
re election
yeniden seçim
run for election
seçimler için adaylığını koymak
run-off election
İki türlü seçim; Sonucu kesin belirleyici seçim

Mr. Karzai will need more than 50 percent of the total to avoid a run-off election next month.

snap election
Erken seçim
stand for election/office
seçimler için adaylığını koymak
close election
seçimi az bir farkla alma
contest an election
adaylığını koymak
elect
seçmek intihap etmek
elect
seçilmiş

Vatikan seçilmiş bir kral ile mutlak bir monarşidir. - The Vatican is an absolute monarchy with an elected king.

Yuri Andropov 16 Haziran 1983 te Yüce Rusya'nın Başbakanlık Heyetinin başkanı seçilmişti. - Yuri Andropov was elected Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet on June 16, 1983.

elect
seçkin kul
electioneering
seçim propagandası yapma
electioneering
(isim) seçim propagandası
electioneering
{i} seçim propagandası
electioneering
x seçim propagandası yap
elections
(isim) seçimler
general election
İng. genel seçim
guardian by election
(Kanun) seçim yoluyla vasi atama
indirect election
(Politika, Siyaset) iki turlu seçim
indirect election
(Politika, Siyaset) dolaylı seçim
municipal election
belediye seçimi
popular election
genel seçim
re election
yeniden seçme
re election
yeniden seçilme
rector election
rektörlük seçimi
rectorship election
rektörlük seçimi
regional election
(Politika, Siyaset) belediye seçimleri
regional election
(Politika, Siyaset) bölgesel seçim
right to stand for election
seçilme hakkı
right to stand for election
(Politika, Siyaset) seçime rapor hakkı
stand for election
aday olmak
supreme election committee
(Politika, Siyaset) yüksek seçim kurulu
win election
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim kazanmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The choice of a leader or representative by popular vote

The election of John Smith was due to his broad appeal.

A process of choosing a leader, members of parliament, councillors, or other representatives by popular vote

The parliamentary elections will be held in March.

Any conscious choice

His election to go to the fair was influenced by the prospect of seeing Mary there.

{n} the act or power of choosing, choice
The choosing of representatives by the voters
The choice, made by a party, of two alternatives, by taking one of which, the chooser is excluded from the other
the predestination of some individuals as objects of divine mercy (especially as conceived by Calvinists)
Before Creation God selected out of the human race those whom He would redeem, bring to faith, justify, and glorify in and through Jesus Christ
Power of choosing; free will; liberty to choose or act
a vote to select the winner of a position or political office; "the results of the election will be announced tonight"
Divine choice; predestination of individuals as objects of mercy and salvation; one of the "five points" of Calvinism
A person charged with having committed indictable offences, with the execption of treason and murder, may elect to be tried by a Provincial Court Judge, a Judge alone or by Judge and jury
A process by which the citizens of the province choose the people they wish to represent them in the Legislative Assembly Under the Constitution elections must be held at least once every five years
Those who are elected
the act of selecting someone or something; the exercise of deliberate choice; "her election of medicine as a profession" a vote to select the winner of a position or political office; "the results of the election will be announced tonight" the predestination of some individuals as objects of divine mercy (especially as conceived by Calvinists) the status or fact of being elected; "they celebrated his election
A dicipline of Astrology devoted to electing a time to have something happen Often used to elect a time to open a business, start a trip, perform a wedding and such
God's choice of people for salvation ( SAME: Divine Election )
Discriminating choice; discernment
Divine choice; predestination of individuals as objects of mercy and salvation; one of the "five points"
the predestination of some individuals as objects of divine mercy (especially as conceived by Calvinists) the status or fact of being elected; "they celebrated his election
Pertaining to an election or elections generally
the process by which public or private officials are selected from a field of candidates by the marking of ballots in a vote
Election System
The act of choosing a person to fill an office, or to membership in a society, as by ballot, uplifted hands, or viva voce; as, the election of a president or a mayor
A process of choosing a new leader for a country where all eligible people cast a ballot to choose a leader or decide an issue. The majority rules and the new leader is the one who has the most votes. There are variants, such as the electoral college system of the United States, but the popular vote usually decides the victor
The process of selecting (voting for) members of Parliament
{i} choosing; voting for a political candidate
The action of making a choice at law eg: choosing to have a criminal matter dealt with in the Magistrates Court or the District Court, choosing to make a claim under WorkCover scheme or at common law, choosing governments through voting •Government`s Rights
A term used theologically in Judaism to indicate God's choice of Israel to receive the covenant-a choice not based on the superiority or previous accomplishments of the people, but on God's graciousness (see covenant); in Christianity, the concept of election was applied to the "new Israel" of Jesus' followers in the last times
the act of selecting someone or something; the exercise of deliberate choice; "her election of medicine as a profession"
the choosing of a person or a government by voting elector a person who votes or who is eligible to vote electoral roll a list of the names of all the people who are entitled to vote electorate 1 an area represented by a member of parliament; a constituency
An election is a process in which people vote to choose a person or group of people to hold an official position. the first fully free elections for more than fifty years The final election results will be announced on Friday Many residents say they have little or no idea who's standing for election
A liturgical celebration in which the bishop or one of his priests accepts the catechumen as ready and worthy to take part in the sacraments of baptism, confirmation and Eucharist at Easter
The election of a particular person or group of people is their success in winning an election. the election of the Labour government in 1964. his election as president The Democrat candidate is the favorite to win election. Formal process by which voters make their political choices on public issues or candidates for public office. The use of elections in the modern era dates to the emergence of representative government in Europe and North America since the 17th century. Regular elections serve to hold leaders accountable for their performance and permit an exchange of influence between the governors and the governed. The availability of alternatives is a necessary condition. Votes may be secret or public. See also electoral system, party system, plebiscite, primary election, referendum and initiative
Your decision to join or leave the Original Medicare Plan or a Medicare+Choice plan
The act of choosing; choice; selection
The procedure when eligible Canadian citizens go to the polls to vote for the person they believe should represent them in the government
The process of selecting a person to occupy an office, by way of balloting
of Calvinism
the status or fact of being elected; "they celebrated his election"
A choice between (or among) alternatives; the choosing of one or some in distinction to others
Election Day
The day on which general elections are held in the United States; the Tuesday following the first Monday in November
election of remedies
The situation of a plaintiff in a civil lawsuit having multiple options from which to choose as to how the defendant's wrong may be righted

Example: A defendant has been found liable for taking a plaintiff's car; the plaintiff has an election of remedies between forcing the defendant to return the property, or forcing the defendant to pay the value of the property.

election threshold
(Kanun) In party-list proportional representation systems, an election threshold is a clause that stipulates that a party must receive a minimum percentage of votes, either nationally or within a particular district, to get any seats in the parliament. The effect of the threshold is to deny small parties the right of representation, or force them into coalitions. Many people hold that this makes an election system more stable by keeping out radical factions. It is also argued that in the absence of a preferential ballot system supporters of minor parties are effectly disenfranchised and denied the right of representation by someone of their choosing
election bribe
payment or favor given to further one's chances of being elected to an office or post
election campaign
series of planned actions set to convince voters to vote for a particular (usually political) candidate
election campaign chairman
person in charge of running a political campaign
election commission
a commission delegated to supervise an election
election cycle
commotion due to elections
election district
division of a state or city made for the purpose of choosing candidates by the votes of the people in that area
election district
voting precinct: one of several districts into which a city or town is divided for voting; each contains one polling place
election economics
money spent on a political election campaign; period of time before an election when the political party that is in power creates an overall situation of economic welfare so as to gain votes
election fraud
misrepresentation or alteration of the true results of an election
election gimmick
promise made or stunt performed for the purpose of winning votes in an election
election method
system or process by which candidates are elected (i.e. via representatives, via the electoral college, etc.)
election pact
agreement or promise made before an election
election politics
methods used to run an election
election propaganda
publicity and promotion to further a candidate's chance of being elected top an office or post
election results
outcome of an election, end result of an election
election spot
election campaign advertisement on radio or television
election year
year in which citizens choose political representatives by election
by-election
a special election held to fill a political office that has become vacant between general elections
elect
In Calvinist theology, those foreordained to Heaven
elect
Who has been elected in a specified post, but has not yet entered office

She began almost to feel a dislike of Edward; and it ended, as every feeling must end with her, by carrying back her thoughts to Willoughby, whose manners formed a contrast sufficiently striking to those of his brother elect.

elect
To choose or make a decision (to do something)
electioneering
Present participle of electioneer
electioneering
Campaigning for elective office on behalf of oneself or another candidate

his extraordinary announcement... ignored the most basic commandment of electioneering: Thou shalt not impose a new tax.

general election
An election, usually held at regular intervals, in which candidates are elected in all or most constituencies or electoral districts of a nation
general-election
Attributive form of general election

general-election candidates.

midterm election
An election held every four years to elect members of Congress in years the president is not also elected
primary election
A preliminary election to select a political candidate of a political party
special election
An election scheduled at other than the usual date for a specific purpose, often to fill an office that has become vacant before the incumbent has completed the term
elect
{v} to choose, select for favor, prefer
elect
{a} chosen, selected, preferred
electioneering
{n} the use of arts or efforts in elections
electioneering
{a} making efforts or using arts to carry an election
fake election
A mock election (or pretend election, fake election) is an election organized for educational or transformative purposes
hold a mock election
Conduct an imitated election for educational purpose
mock election
A mock election (or pretend election, fake election) is an election organized for educational or transformative purposes
pretend election
A mock election (or pretend election, fake election) is an election organized for educational or transformative purposes
snap election
A snap election is an election called earlier than scheduled. Generally it refers to an election called when no one expects it, usually to capitalize on a unique electoral opportunity or to decide a pressing issue
Federal Election Commission
independent U.S. government agency which enforces campaign finance regulations (for candidates for the U.S. Senate, House of Representatives, President, and Vice President), FEC
all-race election
election without restrictions based on race
by election
a special election between regular elections
by-election
secondary election
by-election
A by-election is an election that is held to choose a new member of parliament when a member has resigned or died. a special election to replace a politician who has left parliament or died general election
by-election
an election to parliament at a time other than at a General Election
by-election
An election held to replace an electorate member who has died or resigned his or her seat
by-election
The process used generally in single member electorates to fill a casual vacancy This is not used in the ACT (see casual vacancy)
by-election
a special election held to fill the seat of a Member of the House of Assembly who has died or retired during a life of the Parliament
by-election
a vote held to fill a legislative seat that has become vacant since the last general election
by-election
a special election held to fill the seat of a Member of the House of Representatives who has died or resigned
by-election
if an elected representative (MP / Councillor / MEP) resigns or dies while in office an election (by-election) is held as soon as possible to choose a successor
central election committee
main committee which supervises elections
changing the election system
altering the voting procedure
elect
electronic
elect
Elect is added after words such as `president' or `governor' to indicate that a person has been elected to the post but has not officially started to carry out the duties involved. the date when the president-elect takes office. president-elect/governor-elect/prime minister-elect etc the person who has been elected as president etc, but who has not yet officially started their job
elect
select by a vote for an office or membership; "We elected him chairman of the board"
elect
One chosen or set apart
elect
Chosen as the object of mercy or divine favor; set apart to eternal life
elect
To pick out; to select; to choose
elect
n THOSE PREDESTINED TO ETERNAL LIFE
elect
To choose (a candidate) in an election
elect
If you elect to do something, you choose to do it. Those electing to smoke will be seated at the rear
elect
Chosen to an office, but not yet actually inducted into it; as, bishop elect; governor or mayor elect
elect
an exclusive group of people; "one of the elect who have power inside the government"
elect
selected as the best; "an elect circle of artists"; "elite colleges"
elect
selected as the best; "an elect circle of artists"; "elite colleges
elect
When people elect someone, they choose that person to represent them, by voting for them. The people of the Philippines have voted to elect a new president Manchester College elected him Principal in 1956 The country is about to take a radical departure by electing a woman as its new president. + elected elect·ed the country's democratically elected president
elect
To select or take for an office; to select by vote; as, to elect a representative, a president, or a governor
elect
choose; "I elected to have my funds deposited automatically" select by a vote for an office or membership; "We elected him chairman of the board" selected as the best; "an elect circle of artists"; "elite colleges
elect
Those catechumens who have completed the catechumenate course of study and have been found ready to proceed in entering the Catholic Faith
elect
choose; "I elected to have my funds deposited automatically"
elect
{f} choose, vote for; prefer, decide
elect
To designate, choose, or select, as an object of mercy or favor
elect
Electronic (primary altimeter operating mode)
elect
A catechumen or candidate who will receive the sacraments of initiation in a short time
elect
elected but not yet installed in office; "the president elect"
elect
{s} chosen for office but not yet formally installed
elect
Chosen; taken by preference from among two or more
elect
The name given to catechumens who celebrate the Rite of Election on the first Sunday of Lent signifying their being chosen for the initiation sacraments
elect
Those who are chosen for salvation
electioneering
persuasion of voters in a political campaign
electioneering
{i} act of campaigning for a particular candidate in an election
electioneering
Electioneering is the activities that politicians and their supporters carry out in order to persuade people to vote for them or their political party in an election, for example making speeches and visiting voters. speeches and other activities that are intended to persuade people to vote for a particular person or political party
elections
plural of election
elections
{i} time when people vote for a political candidate
gear up for the election campaign
prepare for the election campaign
general election
In Britain, a general election is an election where everyone votes for people to represent them in Parliament
general election
a national or state election; candidates are chosen in all constituencies
general election
(Slang) erection
general election
In the United States, a general election is a local, state, or national election where the candidates have been selected by a primary election. Compare primary. An election involving all or most constituencies of a state or nation in the choice of candidates. an election in which all the people in a country who can vote elect a government
individual election campaign
campaign in which individuals run for election
post election
after an election
presidential election
national election of a president by popular vote
primary election
A preliminary election in which voters nominate party candidates for office. an election in the US at which people vote to decide who will be a party's candidate for a political position in the main election. Electoral device for choosing a party's candidates for public office. The formal primary system is peculiar to the U.S., where it came into widespread use in the early 20th century. Most U.S. states use it for elections to statewide offices and to the national presidency; in presidential elections, delegates are selected to attend a national convention, where they vote for the candidate to whom they are pledged. A closed-vote primary is restricted to party members; an open-vote primary is open to all voters in the district. Names can be placed on a ballot by an eligible citizen's declaration of candidacy, by nomination at a pre-primary convention, or by a petition signed by a required number of voters. In the late 20th and early 21st centuries political parties in some countries (e.g., the United Kingdom and Israel) adopted similar procedures for the election of the national party leader. See also electoral system; party system
primary election
election to nominate candidates
re-election
electing of a candidate to the same office as before
right of election
in probate law: the legal right of a surviving spouse to elect to take either what the deceased spouse gave under the will or the share of the estate as set forth by statute
save spots on the election list
reserve a space on the list of candidates
turn eighteen on election day
someone whose 18th birthday falls on election day
upcoming election campaign
next election campaign, preparations for the next elections
writ of election
A writ issued by a governor or other executive authority requiring that an election be held, especially a special election to fill a vacancy
writ of election
a writ ordering the holding of an election
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف election في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

yüksek Seçim Kurulu the Election Commission
(a group of officials charged with supervising a national election)
election
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