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English - Turkish
{f} oy kullanmak

Oy kullanmak için yeterince yaşlı değil misin? - Aren't you old enough to vote?

Oy kullanmak için yeterince yaşlı mısın? - Are you old enough to vote?

oy vermek

O, oy vermek için yeterince yaşlı değil. - He is not old enough to vote.

Oy vermek için kayıtlı mısın? - Are you registered to vote?

{f} oylamak
oy
{i} oylama

Oylama on altı Mayıs günü gerçekleşti. - The vote took place on May sixteenth.

Kurultay tekrar oylama yaptı. - The convention voted again.

{f} oylayarak kararlaştırmak
{f} oy ver

Yeni yasa dini azınlıkları oy verme haklarından mahrum edecek. - The new law will deprive religious minorities of their right to vote.

Nasıl oy vereceklerine dair küçücük soru vardı. - There was little question how they would vote.

ilan etmek
bildirmek
(the ile) oy hakkı
önermek
{i} oy, rey
{f} oy vermek: Everyone is obliged to vote in these elections. Bu seçimlerde herkes oy vermek zorunda
{i} oy hakkı

Her eyaletin, sadece bir oy hakkı vardı. - Each state had just one vote.

Herkesin oy hakkını kullanması gerekir. - Everyone should exercise their right to vote.

{i} oylanan şey
{i} önerme
{i} seçim sonucu

Seçim sonucunun yakın olacağı herkes tarafından biliniyordu. - It was clear to everyone that the vote would be close.

{i} karar

Kazanana karar vermek için oy kullanacağız. - We will vote to decide the winner.

Hızlı bir karar için endişeli olduğundan, başkan bir oy için çağrıda bulundu. - Anxious for a quick decision, the chairman called for a vote.

voting
oy kullanma

Oy kullanmayı planlıyor musun? - Are you planning on voting?

Oy kullanmaktan kaçındım. - I refrained from voting.

voting
{i} oy verme

Bazı insanlar oy verme yaşının 16'ya düşürülmesi gerektiğini düşünüyor. - Some people think that the voting age should be lowered to 16.

Bazı ülkeler oy vermeyi zorunlu kılar. - Some countries make voting compulsory.

vote down
oylayarak reddetmek
vote against
aleyhinde oy vermek
vote by secret ballot
(Politika, Siyaset) kapalı oylama
vote collector
oy toplayıcı
vote/survey
(Bilgisayar) oylama/anket
vote against
karşı oy kullan

Plana karşı oy kullanman büyük cesaret. - It is very brave of you to vote against the plan.

vote of confidence
güvenoyu
vote sth down
alt etmek
vote sth down
oylarla yenmek
vote sth down
reddetmek
vote bank
Seçimlerde bir aday ya da partiye belirli bir bölgeden belirli, çıkması kesin görünen oy
vote of
oy
vote of confidence
güven oyu
vote on
oy hakkında
vote rigging
(Politika Siyaset) Oylamada hile
vote against
-in aleyhinde oy vermek
vote against
aleyhinde oy kullanmak
vote by non participation
(Politika, Siyaset) katılımsız oylama
vote by proxy
vekaleten oy vermek
vote by proxy
(Politika, Siyaset) vekaletle oy kullanma
vote by roll call
(Politika, Siyaset) isim okuyarak oylama
vote catcher
oy kazandıran şey
vote down
oylama ile yenmek
vote for
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.

Ted komünistler için oy vermek istedi. - Ted wanted to vote for the communists.

vote for
-in lehinde oy vermek
vote getter
oy kazandıran şey
vote in favor
evet oyu kullanmak
vote in favour
(Politika, Siyaset) lehte oy
vote in person
şahsen oy vermek
vote of censure
güvensizlik oyu
vote of no confidence
güvensizlik oyu
vote of thanks
kısa teşekkür konuşması
vote of the budget
(Ticaret) bütçenin oylanması
vote out
karşı oy kullanmak
vote out
aleyhde oy vermek
vote out
seçim kazanmak
vote s.o. in
birine oy vererek göreve getirmek
vote s.o. out
birine oy vermeyerek görevden uzaklaştırmak
vote s.t. down
aleyhinde oy kullanarak bir şeye engel olmak
vote through
oylama ile kabul etmek
vote through
oylayarak onaylamak
extraordinary vote
(Mitholoji) Nitelikli çoğunluğun oyu
to vote
(Hukuk) oy kullanmak

Oy kullanmak için yeterince yaşlı değil misin? - Aren't you old enough to vote?

Oy kullanmak istemiyor musun? - Don't you want to vote?

affirmative vote
(Ticaret) müspet oy
put to a vote
oylanmak
put to the vote
oylamak
receive vote
oy almak
right to vote
oy hakkı

Herkesin oy hakkını kullanması gerekir. - Everyone should exercise their right to vote.

İsviçre'deki kadınların 1970'lere kadar oy hakkına sahip olmadıklarına inanabilir misiniz? - Can you believe that women in Switzerland didn't receive the right to vote until the 1970's?

swing vote
(Politika, Siyaset) kararsız oy
vote for
lehinde oy vermek
win a vote of confidence
güvenoyu almak
ballot vote
oy
blank vote
boş oy
cast one's vote
oy vermek
casting vote
başkanın oyu
entitled to vote
oy kullanmaya yetkili
floating vote
kararsız seçmen
plural vote
birden fazla oy kullanma hakkı
proceed to a vote
oylamaya sunmak
put sth to the vote
oya koymak
take a vote on sth
oya koymak
voting
oy kullanan
abstaining vote
çekimser oy
by a vote of thirteen to twelve
on ikiye karşı on üç oyla
deciding vote
oy karar
deciding vote cast to break a tie
karar oy kırmak için dökme bir kravat
free vote
ücretsiz oy
give vote to/for
oy vermek / için
grey vote
Kararsız oy
i vote you
Oyum sana!
lose a vote of confidence
güvenoyu almamak
no-confidence vote
Güven oylamasında hayır oyu verme durumu.- Opposition's no-confidence vote against AKP fails
out vote
dışarı oy
popular vote
Seçilmiş temsilcilerin oyunun karşısında seçme hakkı olan kişinin kullandığı oy
popular vote
halkoylaması
postal vote
postayla oylama sistemi
principle that each vote is equal
ilkesi, her oy eşit
put s.t. to a vote
bir şeyi oylamaya/oya koymak, bir şeyi oya sunmak
receive/win a vote of confidence
güvenoyu almak
roll call vote
Tek tek isim okunarak yapılan oylama
take a vote of confidence
güvenoyu için oylama yapmak
third person singular of vote
üçüncü kişi oy tekil
to cast a vote
bir oy
votes
oy
voting
oy veriyor

Kim için oy veriyorsun? - Who are you voting for?

Tom'a oy veriyor olacağım. - I'll be voting for Tom.

yes vote
evet oyu
a solid vote
oybirliği ile kabul etme
card vote
delege oyunun temsil ettiği grup kadar sayılması
cast a vote
oy vermek
disallowing from right to vote
(Kanun) rey hakkından mahrumiyet
entitled to vote
oy hakkına sahip
faggot vote
(Politika, Siyaset) hileli oy
give a vote of confidence
güvenoyu vermek
give vote
oy vermek
limited vote
(Politika, Siyaset) sınırlı oy
lose a vote of
güvenoyu almamak
multiple vote
(Politika, Siyaset) mükerrer oy
negative vote
aleyhte oy
popular vote
geçerli oylar
put something to the vote
oya koymak
receive/win a vote of
güvenoyu almak
run off vote
balotaj
straw vote
(deyim) nabiz yoklamasi oyu
take a vote of
güvenoyu için oylama yapmak
the popular vote
halkoyu
the vote
oy toplamı
the vote
oy hakkı
unanimous vote
oybirliği ile alınan karar
voting
oy veren

Oy veren üyeler kimler? - Who are the voting members?

voting
rey verme
voting
oylama

Biz şimdi oylama prosedürünü oyluyoruz. - We're voting now on the voting procedure.

Tom oylamada çekimser kaldı. - Tom abstained from voting.

English - English
A person from Votia or of Votic descent
A formalized choice on matters of administration or other democratic activities

Parliament will hold a vote of confidence regarding the minister.

An act or instance of participating in such a choice, e.g., by submitting a ballot

The Supreme Court upheld the principle of one person, one vote.

To cast a vote; to assert a formalised choice in an election

The depository may vote shares on behalf of investors who have not submitted instruction to the bank.

{v} to give or choose by votes
a legal right guaranteed by the 15th amendment to the US constitution; guaranteed to women by the 19th amendment; "American women got the vote in 1920"
express a choice or opinion; "I vote that we all go home"; "She voted for going to the Chinese restaurant"
That by means of which will or preference is expressed in elections, or in deciding propositions; voice; a ballot; a ticket; as, a written vote
was an individual Supply Estimate Under RAB, from 2001, votes have been replaced by Requests for Resources
a choice that is made by voting; "there were only 17 votes in favor of the motion"
A decision on a question by a member of a deliberative body, either affirmative or negative
There are two categories of votes: majority and two-thirds
the opinion of a group as determined by voting; "they put the question to a vote" a choice that is made by voting; "there were only 17 votes in favor of the motion" the total number of votes cast; "they are hoping for a large vote" a body of voters who have the same interests; "he failed to get the Black vote" express one's preference for a candidate or for a measure or resolution; cast a vote; "He voted for the motion"; "None of the Democrats voted last night" bring into existence or make available by vote; "They voted aid for the underdeveloped countries in Asia" express a choice or opinion; "I vote that we all go home"; "She voted for going to the Chinese restaurant" express one's choice or preference by vote; "vote the Democratic ticket" be guided by in voting; "vote one's conscience
the opinion of a group as determined by voting; "they put the question to a vote"
Votes, collectively; as, the Tory vote; the labor vote
If you say `I vote that' a particular thing should happen, you are suggesting that this is what should happen. I vote that we all go to Holland immediately
To enact, establish, grant, determine, etc
suffrage
Unless rules specify otherwise, Congress may agree to any question by a majority of Members voting, if a quorum is present The Chair puts each question by voice vote unless the "yeas and nays" are requested, in which case a roll call vote must occur
One man one vote or one person one vote is a system of voting in which every person in a group or country has the right to cast their vote, and in which each individual's vote is counted and has equal value. Mr Gould called for a move towards `one man one vote'
The vote is the total number of votes or voters in an election, or the number of votes received or cast by a particular group. Opposition parties won about fifty-five per cent of the vote
There are two categories of votes: majority and two-thirds Majority Vote: A vote of more than half of the legislative body considering a measure The full Assembly requires a majority vote of 41 and the full Senate requires 21, based on their memberships of 80 and 40 respectively Two-Thirds (2/3): A vote of at least 2/3 of the legislative body considering a measure The full Assembly requires a 2/3 vote of 54 and the full Senate requires 27, based on their memberships of 80 and 40 respectively
Formal expression of will or decision by the legislative body
Absentee Voting/Voter Registration
A vote is a choice made by a particular person or group in a meeting or an election. He walked to the local polling centre to cast his vote The government got a massive majority -- well over 400 votes Mr Reynolds was re-elected by 102 votes to
(1) Questions are put to a vote; can be determined by a voice vote, party vote, or personal vote; and (2) Part of an Appropriation Bill containing details of the authority to spend public money or incur expenses
If people vote someone a particular title, they choose that person to have that title. His class voted him the man `who had done the most for Yale.' = elect see also block vote
a body of voters who have the same interests; "he failed to get the Black vote"
A decision on a question, either affirmative or negative
When you vote, you indicate your choice officially at a meeting or in an election, for example by raising your hand or writing on a piece of paper. Two-thirds of the national electorate had the chance to vote in these elections It seems many people would vote for the government, at a general election, if there was a new leader The residents of Leningrad voted to restore the city's original name of St Petersburg The parliament has voted by an overwhelming majority to suspend its declaration of independence The Bridgeport Common Council voted 9: 8 for a five percent tax increase. + voting vot·ing Voting began about two hours ago
An ardent wish or desire; a vow; a prayer
The formal act of an elector in an election to choose the candidate the elector most wants to be the representative for that division Australia has a secret vote, and enforces compulsory voting
Expression of judgment or will by a majority; legal decision by some expression of the minds of a number; as, the vote was unanimous; a vote of confidence
If you vote a particular political party or leader, or vote yes or no, you make that choice with the vote that you have. 52.5% of those questioned said they'd vote Labour A single candidate is put forward and the people vote yes or no
the total number of votes cast; "they are hoping for a large vote"
{f} cast a ballot; officially choose one out of a number of options; voice a suggestion
A formal expression by members of Congress of support or opposition on a bill
express one's choice or preference by vote; "vote the Democratic ticket"
To declare by general opinion or common consent, as if by a vote; as, he was voted a bore
be guided by in voting; "vote one's conscience"
bring into existence or make available by vote; "They voted aid for the underdeveloped countries in Asia"
{i} voice; act of making an official choice, election; official choice; eligibility to vote; total number of votes; result of an election
To express or signify the mind, will, or preference, either viva voce, or by ballot, or by other authorized means, as in electing persons to office, in passing laws, regulations, etc
If you have the vote in an election, or have a vote in a meeting, you have the legal right to indicate your choice. Before that, women did not have a vote at all
express one's preference for a candidate or for a measure or resolution; cast a vote; "He voted for the motion"; "None of the Democrats voted last night"
To choose by suffrage; to elec&?;; as, to vote a candidate into office
A statement by a Member of his opinion on an Issue Voting Collects information from members and thereby helps Groups and its members understand the group's makeup This increased understanding helps the Group and its members to focus their efforts on goals which are important to the Group, thereby wisely spending the most important Group resource: the productive time of its members Home | Get Involved | Sourceforge | Mailing Lists | Documentation
be guided by in voting; "vote one's conscience
or in deciding on any proposition in which one has an interest with others
2. A vote is an occasion when a group of people make a decision by each person indicating his or her choice. The choice that most people support is accepted by the group. Why do you think we should have a vote on that? They took a vote and decided not to do it
The act of voting by submitting a ballot or other means
A wish, choice, or opinion, of a person or a body of persons, expressed in some received and authorized way; the expression of a wish, desire, will, preference, or choice, in regard to any measure proposed, in which the person voting has an interest in common with others, either in electing a person to office, or in passing laws, rules, regulations, etc
To condemn; to devote; to doom
by a formal vote; as, the legislature voted the resolution
If you vote with your feet, you show that you do not support something by leaving the place where it is happening or leaving the organization that is supporting it. Thousands of citizens are already voting with their feet, and leaving the country
go to the polls
vote bank
a section of an electorate that will vote for a particular party or formation come what may
vote buying
The distribution of a material benefit to an individual voter in exchange for support in a ballot
vote down
To defeat (some measure or candidate) by a majority vote

His wife voted down the project the moment he suggested it.

vote in
To collectively approve a nominee into an office or position as a result of voting

Why vote a man in who has never kept his promises?.

vote of confidence
Any indication of confidence in another

Wow, I said. Thanks for the vote of confidence..

vote of confidence
A motion proposed in a parliament or other assembly to give members the chance to express their confidence in a government; sometimes proposed by a government to counter a vote of no confidence proposed by the opposition; defeat would lead to the resignation of the government
vote of no confidence
A parliamentary motion representing the lack of confidence of a parliament in the standing government. A passed motion of no confidence usually results in the government's fall
vote of thanks
An often informal vote to thank some chairman or other officer of an organization for the work he has done on the organization's behalf; sometimes ending with the presentation of a gift
vote out
To expel the holder of an office or other position through an act of voting

Impeachment is the only way to vote the White House residents out.

vote with one's feet
To express one's preferences through one's actions, by voluntarily participating in or withdrawing from an activity, group, or process

The conventional wisdom ca. 1980 was that if an investor did not like the way a firm was managed, she could vote with her feet, moving her money elsewhere.

vote-by-mail
Using, or relating to vote-by-mail

You must send your vote-by-mail ballot by Friday for it to arrive in the election office in time to be counted.

vote-by-mail
A system for conducting elections in which voters receive and return ballots via the mail

In Oregon, elections are conducted using vote-by-mail.

vote bank
A Votebank (also spelled vote-bank or vote bank) is a loyal bloc of voters from a single community, who consistently back a certain candidate or political formation in democratic elections. Such behaviour is often the result of an expectation of real or imagined benefits from the political formations, often at the cost of other communities
vote by a show of hands
vote by raising one's hand to indicate one's choice
vote by ballot
give an opinion regarding an election by placing a paper with your opinion into a specific box
vote contracting
payment for voting in favor of a specific candidate, voting bribery
vote contractor
one who offers payment in return for a vote for a specific candidate
vote counting
tallying the number of votes cast for each candidate
vote down
reject by a majority vote
vote for the individual not for the label
vote in favor of a candidate but not for the whole political party
vote getter
A candidate successful in attracting votes: a runoff between the two top vote getters
vote in
elect in a voting process; "They voted in Clinton
vote in
If people vote in a particular person or political party, they give enough votes to that person or party in an official election for them to hold a position of power. If he fails, then he will have little excuse in the eyes of those who voted him in The members of the national assembly will vote in a prime minister by a simple majority. = elect
vote of censure
votes of censure a process in which members of parliament vote in order to officially criticize the government for something
vote of confidence
vote intended to demonstrate faith in the government or its leadership
vote of confidence
an expression of approval and encouragement; "they gave the chairman a vote of confidence"
vote of confidence
an expression of approval and encouragement; "they gave the chairman a vote of confidence
vote of confidence
A vote of confidence is a vote in which members of a group are asked to indicate that they still support the person or group in power, usually the government. The Indian Prime Minister, V P Singh, lost a vote of confidence in the Indian parliament
vote of confidence
A vote of confidence is something that you say or do which shows that you approve of or support a person or a group. The ten-year deal is a vote of confidence in coal-fired power stations
vote of no confidence
A vote of no confidence is a vote in which members of a group are asked to indicate that they do not support the person or group in power, usually the government. The opposition has called for a vote of no confidence in the government
vote of non-confidence
attempt to throw over the government, voting with a lack of faith
vote of nonconfidence
attempt to overturn the government, vote whose goal it is to overthrow the leadership
vote of protest
demonstrative vote that is done for the sake of protest
vote of thanks
A vote of thanks is an official speech in which the speaker formally thanks a person for doing something. I would like to propose a vote of thanks to our host. propose a vote of thanks (to sb) to make a short formal speech in which you thank someone, especially at a public meeting or a formal dinner
vote out
If people vote out a particular person or political party, they give that person or party so few votes in an official election that they no longer hold a position of power. And if the President doesn't make things better, other voters say, we'll vote him out, too They cannot join forces to vote her out of office And of course we all know we can vote out our councillors
vote out
win an election
vote solid
vote unanimously, vote entirely for the same choice
vote today and have a say
your vote counts, whoever participates in the election has an influence on vital issues
vote with one's feet
express one's disapprobation by leaving; public display of sympathy or opposition carried out as a mass demonstration or march
vote-getter
someone who is voted for in an election
voice vote
A vote that is held by members calling out aye or nay, used in cases where result is not contested or at least not close and a count is not needed to determine if the motion passes
voice vote
A parliamentary vote that is determined by the relative volume of noise of those shouting "aye" and "no
alternative vote
A voting system in which each voter lists the candidates in order of preference. At each stage the candidate with the least votes is excluded and their votes transferred according to the voters preferences
bubba vote
rural, southern US voters, particularly southern males
cast one's vote
To vote for something
clothespin vote
A vote for a given candidate despite distaste for him or her
conscience vote
a type of vote in a legislative body where legislators are allowed to vote according to their own personal conscience rather than according to an official line set down by their political party
crossover vote
A vote by a person registered with one party in an election for a candidate in another
donkey vote
A vote that is cast based solely upon the order in which candidates are listed on the ballot paper (i.e. where the voter numbers the choices sequentially from top to bottom, ignoring what they represent)
floating vote
vote held by a floating voter, and as such it is an unpredictable vote
postal vote
A vote made on an official form which is then sent through the post / mail
single transferable vote
A voting system where each voter lists the candidates in order of preference and there is provision to transfer the votes of the less popular candidates and a proportion of the votes of candidates who are elected with more than a certain quota
swing vote
vote held by a swing voter, and as such it is an unpredictable vote
voting
Present participle of vote
voting
Having an associated right for the holder to vote as an owner of business
voting
{i} casting of ballots
voting
{n} a giving of or choosing by votes
absentee vote
A vote as cast by absentee ballot.absentee voter n. a vote which you send by post in an election because you cannot be in the place where you usually vote British Equivalent: postal vote
casting vote
deciding vote cast to break a tie
casting vote
a vote exercised by the Speaker or certain committee chairs only when the votes for and against a proposal are equal
casting vote
The deciding vote the Lieutenant Governor may cast in the case of a tie vote in the Senate
casting vote
When a committee has given an equal number of votes for and against a proposal, the chairperson can give a casting vote. This vote decides whether or not the proposal will be passed. The vote was tied and a local union leader used his casting vote in favour of the return to work. The vote of a presiding officer in an assembly or council, given to break a tie. the vote of the person in charge of a meeting, which can be used to make a decision when there is an equal number of votes supporting and opposing a proposal
freedom of vote
right of any individual of legal age to vote
majority vote
A vote of more than half of the legislative body considering a measure The full Assembly requires a majority vote of 41 and the full Senate requires 21, based on their memberships of 80 and 40 respectively
majority vote
A vote of more than half of the legislative body considering a measure Constituted by 41 votes in the Assembly, and by 21 votes in the Senate
no confidence vote
vote expressing lack of confidence in the present government
right to vote
lawful privilege which allows a citizen to vote
roll call vote
voting by calling individual names
straw vote
An unofficial vote or poll indicating the trend of opinion on a candidate or issue. Also called straw poll
straw vote
an unofficial vote taken to determine opinion on some issue
swing vote
In a situation when people are about to vote, the swing vote is used to talk about the vote of a person or group which is difficult to predict and which will be important in deciding the result. a Democrat who holds the swing vote on the committee
voted
Simple past and past participle of vote
votes
third person singular of vote
votes
plural of vote
voting
the constitutional right and responsibility of citizens to participate in selecting the federal, state, and local officials who make laws, design programs, and decide how tax dollars are spent
voting
action of the verb to vote
voting
a choice that is made by voting; "there were only 17 votes in favor of the motion"
voting
A laser scanner parameter that takes more than one (low setting) or one more than low (high setting) matching scans from the same label to yield a good read This is useful when scanning poor quality labels that may cause substitution errors This is for laser scanning only
voting
from Vote, v
voting
This is what the public does to choose the politician they want to run their area or country Only those over 18 can vote at present
voting
A decision procedure in which group members cast a written or verbal ballot in support of or against a specific proposal; generally, a majority or two-thirds vote is needed to support a proposition
voting
Voting at a shareholders meeting is usually done entirely by proxies at the instruction of shareholders See "Proxy" and "Proxy Cards "
was put to the vote
was voted upon
vote
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