listen to the pronunciation of ballot
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} oy vermek

Bugün Avrupa Parlamentosu ile ilgili oy vermek için seçim sandığına gittik. - Today we went to the ballot box to vote for the European Parliament.

{f} oylama yapmak
{i} oylama

Oylamanı tamamlamak önemlidir. - It's important to complete your ballot.

oy pusulası

Tom'un adı oy pusulasının üzerinde. - Tom's name is on the ballot.

Tom bir oy pusulası dolduruyor. - Tom is filling out a ballot.

{i} gizli oylama
bir seçimde oyların toplamı
kura çekmek ballot box oy sandığı
{f} kura çekmek
gizli oylama yap
{i} oy hakkı
oy hakkı/oy pusula
ballot paper oy pusulası
gizli oy usulu ile yapılan seçim
{i} oy sayısı
(Politika, Siyaset) gizli oy
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim

Bugün Avrupa Parlamentosu ile ilgili oy vermek için seçim sandığına gittik. - Today we went to the ballot box to vote for the European Parliament.

ballot box

İnsanlar sandıkta karar verecek. - The people will decide at the ballot box.

ballot box
oy sandığı
ballot paper
oy pusulası
ballot vote
ballot measure petition
halk oylaması talebi
additional ballot
(Politika, Siyaset) ek oylama
vote by secret ballot
(Politika, Siyaset) kapalı oylama
absentee ballot
yabancı oy
blank ballot paper
boş oy pusulası
buys ballot's law
buys ballot yasası
secret ballot
gizli oylama
strike ballot
grev oylaması
buys ballot's law
buys-ballot yasası
cast ballot
döküm oy
peace ballot
barış oy
secret ballot
Gizli oylama
to draw lots
çok çekmek
absentee ballot
posta yoluyla verilen oy
absentee ballot
posta ile kullanılan oy
blank ballot
buys ballot's law
(Havacılık) buys ballot kanunu
general ballot
(Politika, Siyaset,Ticaret) genel oy
invalid ballot paper
(Politika, Siyaset) geçersiz oy pusulası
positive ballot
beyaz oy
second ballot
(Politika, Siyaset) ikinci tur seçimi
secret ballot
gizli oy
Englisch - Englisch
to draw lots
the process of voting, especially in secret
the total of all votes cast in an election
to vote
a paper or card used to cast a vote
a list of candidates running for office; a ticket
{v} t. to choose or vote by ballot
{n} a little ball, little ticket, chance, lot
While the game was running, one of the buttons in the menu bar read "Ballot"; this button took players to the Congressional Ballot page Registered players were taken to the Ballot page for their Group; unregistered players were taken to the Ballot page for The People
a document listing the alternatives that is used in voting vote by ballot; "The voters were balloting in this state
A paper used in secret voting A vote cast by this method The decision (of the Jury) will be reached by secret ballot GS 5 5 2
A piece of paper, computer card, ticket, etc by which a vote is cast
Originally, a ball used for secret voting
vote by ballot; "The voters were balloting in this state"
A ballot is a piece of paper on which you indicate your choice or opinion in a secret vote. Election boards will count the ballots by hand
A release form that authorizes a customer's long-distance phone service to be switched to (another) long-distance carrier, or reseller Also know as a Letter Of Agency or LOA
To vote or decide by ballot; as, to ballot for a candidate
paper used to cast a secret vote
{i} slip of paper on which a vote is written; action of voting; right to vote
When a new issue is over-subscribed some or all of the applications are “put into a hat” and applications withdrawn at random to be granted part or all of the shares applied for Applications not selected are unsuccessful and are returned
a choice that is made by voting; "there were only 17 votes in favor of the motion"
The act of voting by balls or written or printed ballots or tickets; the system of voting secretly by balls or by tickets
If you ballot a group of people, you find out what they think about a subject by organizing a secret vote. The union said they will ballot members on whether to strike. = poll + balloting bal·lot·ing International observers say the balloting was fair
A method of voting, usually in secret, in which voters record their choice of candidates and/or issues (propositions)
The voting process by which a choice is made between candidates in an election or between options in a referendum; the vote itself
A release form that authorizes a customer's long-distance phone service to be switched to (another) long-distance carrier, or reseller
the decision in a debate round A judge casts a ballot for either the Aff or the Neg and gives her/his reasons for this decision Often speaker ranks and points are also given on the ballot
The whole number of votes cast at an election, or in a given territory or electoral district
Hence: Any printed or written ticket used in voting
List of candidates used for voting
a document listing the alternatives that is used in voting
Piece of paper on which voter's indicate their electoral choice or preference
French ballotte, a little ball for voting n A ball or a ticket used in voting; a paper embodying a vote; also, the whole number of votes cast v To decide by voting In French dictionaries, defined as "the act of voting by ballas or tickets by putting the same into a box or urn"; also as, "secret voting by means of a ball or ticket" The word did not change its meaning when adopted into the English language
n a piece of paper used for voting
- the piece of paper (or similar object) people use to vote Usually, voters mark an X beside the candidate they want to vote for In most elections, voters mark a ballot while in a booth or while behind something that ensures their privacy
{f} vote; cast a vote
a ticket or other device for marking an individual vote; the total number of votes are recorded by this
To vote for or in opposition to
A ballot is a secret vote in which people select a candidate in an election, or express their opinion about something. The result of the ballot will not be known for two weeks Fifty of its members will be elected by direct ballot
ballot box
The process or method of voting
ballot box
A sealed box with a slit, into which a voter puts his completed voting slip
ballot boxes
plural form of ballot box
ballot paper
a voting form, the paper upon which a vote is cast during a ballot
ballot papers
plural form of ballot paper
Ballot Act
(1872) British law that introduced the secret ballot for all parliamentary and municipal elections. The secret ballot was also called the Australian ballot, because it was first used in Australian elections (1856). The British law, which was designed to protect voters from bribery and coercion, was one of the important achievements of William E. Gladstone's first administration
ballot box
You can refer to the system of democratic elections as the ballot box. Martinez expressed confidence of victory at the ballot box
ballot box
voting box, box into which ballot tickets are placed
ballot box
a box where voters deposit their ballots
ballot box
A ballot box is the box into which ballot papers are put after people have voted
ballot initiative
public policy issue that is voted on by the general population (often initiated by a citizens' petition)
ballot paper
A ballot paper is a piece of paper on which you indicate your choice or opinion in an election or ballot. a piece of paper on which you record your vote spoiled ballot papers (=ones that have been marked incorrectly and so cannot be counted)
ballot rigging
Ballot rigging is the act of illegally changing the result of an election by producing a false record of the number of votes. The poll was widely discredited after allegations of ballot rigging. the practice of cheating in an election by not counting the ballot papers correctly
Armalite and the ballot box
Electoral strategy pursued by the Irish Republican movement in the 1980s and early 1990s, where elections in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland were contested by Sinn Féin, while the IRA continued military operations against the British Army and RUC
Australian ballot
The secret ballot system of voting in which voting is done in private on a state-issued ballot and ballots incorrectly marked set aside as invalid
absentee ballot
A vote made remotely, especially a postal ballot
long ballot
A ballot that lists all candidates, for all positions, from all political parties, available to a specific voting district
postal ballot
A vote made on an oficial form which is then sent through the post / mail
secret ballot
The voting system involving ballots available only at official polling places, prepared at public expense, containing the names of all candidates, and marked in secret at the polling places
short ballot
A ballot that lists only the major candidates for the major offices, for a voting district
{n} the act of giving ballots
secret ballot
A type of voting in which each person's vote is kept secret, but the amassed votes of various groups are revealed publicly
Australian ballot
A printed ballot that bears the names of all candidates and the texts of propositions and is distributed to the voter at the polls and marked in secret. Also called secret ballot
absentee ballot
A ballot marked and mailed in advance by a voter away from the place where he or she is registered. a process by which people in the United States can vote before an election because they will be away during the election
absentee ballot
ballot used by citizens who are unable to vote at their regular polling place on an election day (usually sent by mail)
absentee ballot
(election) a ballot that is cast in absentia (usually mailed in prior to election day)
australian ballot
A system of balloting or voting in public elections, originally used in South Australia, in which there is such an arrangement for polling votes that secrecy is compulsorily maintained, and the ballot used is an official ballot printed and distributed by the government
past of ballot
{i} voter who uses a ballot; person who draws lots
One who votes by ballot
a choice that is made by voting; "there were only 17 votes in favor of the motion"
present participle of ballot
plural of , ballot
third-person singular of ballot
cast a ballot
vote, elect, cast a vote
fair ballot
honest vote
second ballot
{i} second round of voting in an election when no candidate received majority of votes in the first round
secret ballot
a way of voting in which people write their choices on a piece of paper in secret, or an act of voting in this way by secret ballot
secret ballot
voting by sealed envelope
secret ballot
a vote in which each person's choice is secret by the totaled votes are public
take a ballot
participate in elections, vote
void ballot
blank ballot, blank vote
vote by ballot
give an opinion regarding an election by placing a paper with your opinion into a specific box
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von ballot im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

buys ballot kanunu
(Havacılık) buys ballot's law
buys ballot yasası
(Meteoroloji,Teknik) buys ballot's law
buys-ballot yasası
(Meteoroloji) buys-ballot's law