voting

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English - Turkish
oy kullanma

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

Oy kullanmaktan kaçındım. - I refrained from voting.

{i} oy verme

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

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

oy kullanan
oy veriyor

Bugün oy veriyor olmayacağım. - I won't be voting today.

İlk öneri için oy veriyorum. - I'm voting for the first proposal.

oy veren

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

rey verme
oylama

Tom oylamada çekimser kaldı. - Tom abstained from voting.

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

vote
oy vermek

Oy vermek onların hakkı. - It is their right to vote.

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

vote
{f} oy kullanmak

Tom, Mary'nin oy kullanmak için çok genç olduğunu söyledi. - Tom said Mary was too young to vote.

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

vote
{f} oylamak
vote
oy
voting machine
oyları kaydeden makine
voting papers
(Politika, Siyaset) oy pusulası
voting age
seçme yaşı
voting paper
oy pusulası
voting power
oy hakkı
voting scheme
oylama yöntemi
voting system
oy kullanma sistemi
voting age
oy kullanma yaşı
voting right
Sağ oylama
voting right share
oy imtiyazlı hisse senedi
voting age
seçmen yaşı
voting behaviour
(Politika, Siyaset) oy kullanma davranışı
voting by proxy
vekaleten oy kullanma
voting by proxy
(Ticaret) vekaleten oy verme
voting machine
oy kayıt makinesi
voting papers null and void
(Politika, Siyaset) geçersiz ve boş oy pusulası
voting power
(Ticaret) yönetime katılma
voting response
(Bilgisayar) oylama yanıtı
voting share
oy hakkı sağlayan hisse
voting shares
(Ticaret) oy imtiyazlı hisse senetleri
voting trust
(Ticaret) güvenle oy verme
voting trust certificate
(Kanun) güvenilir oy pusulası
voting trusts
oy hakkına sahip tröstler
vote
karar

Bir daha asla oy kullanmamaya karar verdim. - I've decided never to vote again.

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

vote
oylama

Meclis otuz üç kez oylama yaptı. - The House voted thirty-three times.

Delegeler onu ilk oylamada seçti. - The delegates elected him on the first vote.

right of voting
Oy kullanma hakkı
vote
önermek
vote
önerme
vote
{f} oylayarak kararlaştırmak
compulsory voting
(Politika, Siyaset) zorunlu oy
procedure of voting
(Politika, Siyaset) rey verme usulü
procedure of voting
(Politika, Siyaset) oylama usulü
vote
ilan etmek
abstention from voting
oy vermeme
vote
{f} oy ver

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

Seçimde kime oy verdin? - Who did you vote for in the election?

vote
(the ile) oy hakkı
vote
bildirmek
e-voting
Elektronik oylama

Council work in the field of e-voting.

joint voting paper
ortak oylama kağıdı
prevent people from voting
oy insanları engellemek
run-off voting
Bir turnuvada iki yarışmacı arasında bir sonraki tura kalacak kişiyi belirlemek için kullanılan bir oylama sistemi
runoff voting
Bir turnuvada iki yarışmacı arasında bir sonraki tura kalacak kişiyi belirlemek için kullanılan bir oylama sistemi
survive voting
oylamadan geçmek
absent voting
(Politika, Siyaset) sandığa gitmeden oy kullanma
abstain from voting
çekimser olmak
abstain from voting
oy vermemek
abstain from voting
çekimser oy
abstention from voting
çekimser kalma
abstention from voting
çekimserlik
approval voting
(Politika, Siyaset) onay oyu
majority voting
(Ticaret) çoğunlukla seçim
majority voting system
(Ticaret) çoğunlukla oylama sistemi
majority voting sytcm
(Ticaret) çoğunlukla oylama
majority voting sytcm
(Ticaret) seçim sistemi
preferential voting
(Politika, Siyaset) tercih oyu
qualified majority voting
nitelikli çoğunluk oylaması
secret voting
(Politika, Siyaset) gizli oylama
successive voting
(Politika, Siyaset) sıralı oylama
vote
{i} oy hakkı

Biz oy hakkına sahip özgür vatandaşlarız. - We are free citizens with the right of vote.

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

vote
{i} oylanan şey
vote
{f} oy vermek: Everyone is obliged to vote in these elections. Bu seçimlerde herkes oy vermek zorunda
vote
seçim sonucu

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

vote
{i} oy, rey
English - English
Present participle of vote
Having an associated right for the holder to vote as an owner of business
action of the verb to vote
{i} casting of ballots
{n} a giving of or choosing by votes
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
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
from Vote, v
Voting at a shareholders meeting is usually done entirely by proxies at the instruction of shareholders See "Proxy" and "Proxy Cards "
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a choice that is made by voting; "there were only 17 votes in favor of the motion"
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 booth
A small enclosed compartment where a voter may register his vote in private; it may house some voting machine, or just have a pencil for marking a voting slip
voting booths
plural form of voting booth
voting machine
Any machine used in place of a paper ballot. In the model used in the US the voters mark their choice by switching levers and then pulling the master switch to reset the machine and place their vote
voting machines
plural form of voting machine
voting slip
a piece of paper with a list of the candidates at an election (sometimes with an indication of the candidate's party); the voter puts an X in the corresponding place against the candidate of his choice, folds the slip and places it in a ballot box provided
voting station
A public place, normally used for some other function, that has been authorized for the registering of votes in an election; it will contain voting booths and officials with an up-to-date electoral register or similar list of voters; a polling station
voting system
A system used to determine the result of an election based on voters' preferences
voting systems
plural form of voting system
Voting Rights Act
Act passed by the U.S. Congress in 1965 to ensure the voting rights of African Americans. Though the Constitution's 15th Amendment (passed 1870) had guaranteed the right to vote regardless of "race, color, or previous condition of servitude," African Americans in the South faced efforts to disenfranchise them, including poll taxes and literacy tests, as late as the 1960s, when the civil rights movement focused national attention on infringements of their voting rights; Congress responded with the Voting Rights Act, which prohibited Southern states from using literacy tests to determine eligibility to vote. Later laws prohibited literacy tests in all states and made poll taxes illegal in state and local elections
voting age
the age at which a person is old enough to vote in public elections
voting booth
cubicle or alcove used by one voter at a time in order to ensure privacy during the voting process
voting booth
a booth in which a person can cast a private vote
voting booth
an enclosed place where you can make your vote secretly British Equivalent: polling booth
voting machine
a mechanical device for recording and counting votes mechanically
voting machine
a machine that records votes as they are made
voting precinct
one of several districts into which a city or town is divided for voting; each contains one polling place
voting record
list showing a candidate's or elected official's voting history (often in relation to a specific issue)
voting right
The common stockholders'right to vote their stock in the affairs of a company Preferred stock usually has the right to vote when preferred dividends are in default for a specified period The right to vote may be delegated by the stockholder to another person
voting right
Most common stock entitles a shareholder to the right to vote in person, or by proxy, on corporate elections and other related matters Some companies issue both voting and non-voting shares, for example, Class A and Class B
voting right
Right to vote in corporate business matters in which they are common shareholder This right may be delegated to another person by the shareholder
voting right
The common stockholders' right to vote their stock in the affairs of a company Preferred stock usually has the right to vote when preferred dividends are in default for a specified period The right to vote may be delegated by the stockholder to another person
voting right
The stockholder's right to vote his/her stock in the affairs of the company Most common shares have one vote each Preferred stock usually has the right to vote when preferred dividends are in default for a specified period The right to vote may be delegated by the stockholder to another person
voting right
The common stockholders' right to vote their stock in affairs of a company Preferred stock usually has the right to vote when preferred dividends are in default for a specified period The right to vote may be delegated by the stockholder to another person
voting right
In most modern democracies all adult citizens have the right to vote in elections when they reach a certain age (18 in the UK)
voting right
The stockholder's right to vote in the affairs of the company Most common shares have one vote each and preferred stock usually only has the right to vote when its dividends are in default The right to vote may be delegated by the stockholder to another person, called voting by proxy Voting rights give the stockholder a say in the company's affairs and such rights can increase the value of the stock
voting right
The right of a common stockholder to vote for members of the board of directors and on matters of corporate policy - particularly the issuance of senior securities, stock splits and substantial changes in the corporation's business A variation of this right is extended to variable annuity contract holders and mutual fund shareholders, who may vote on material policy issues
voting right
the right to vote; especially the right of a common shareholder to vote in person or by proxy on the affairs of a company
voting right
The right exercised by a shareholder at the general meeting of shareholders of a joint-stock company The voting right is exercised according to the nominal amount of the shares Normally, each common share guarantees the shareholder a vote The voting right can also be exercised by an authorised person; proxy voting right (§ 134 to 137 of the Corporation Act)
voting right
The common stockholders' right to vote their stock in the affairs of the company Preferred stock usually has the right to vote when preferred dividends are in default for a specified amount of time The right to vote may be delegated by the stockholder to another person
voting right
Common stockholders' right to vote their stock in affairs of a company Preferred stock usually has the right to vote when preferred dividends are in default for a specified period The right to vote may be delegated by the stockholder to another person
voting stock
Stock for which the holder has the right to vote in the election of directors, in the appointment of auditors, or in other matters brought up at the annual meeting
voting stock
shares in a corporation that entitle the shareholder to voting and proxy rights
voting system
a legal system for making democratic choices
voting trust
an agreement whereby persons owning stock with voting powers retain ownership while transferring the voting rights to the trustees
voting viva voce
election during which people who are eligible to vote are able to vote only after their name is called
voice voting
A system of voting in which the voters walk up to a recorder and verbally place their votes
absentee voting
Any of several methods of allowing people to vote without attending an official voting station
approval voting
A voting system in which each voter approves as many candidates as he wishes, and the candidate most approved of wins
cumulative voting
A voting system based on voters awarding their allocation of points to candidates
like turkeys voting for Christmas
Accepting or bringing about a situation with negative consequences for the individual
like turkeys voting for an early Christmas
Alternative form of like turkeys voting for Christmas
vote
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.

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.

vote
{v} to give or choose by votes
run-off voting
A voting system used to elect a single winner, whereby only two candidates from the first round continue to the second round
runoff voting
A voting system used to elect a single winner, whereby only two candidates from the first round continue to the second round
Vote
A person from Votia or of Votic descent
absentee voting
{i} absentee ballot, voting by citizens who are unable to vote at their regular polling place on an election day (usually sent by mail)
abstention from voting
refraining from voting, not voting, refraining from casting of ballot
cumulative voting
A system of voting in which each voter is given as many votes as there are positions to be filled and allowed to cast those votes for one candidate or distribute them in any way among the candidates
multiple voting
voting in more than one place by the same person at the same election illegal in U
preferential voting
A system of voting, as at primaries, in which the voters are allowed to indicate on their ballots their preference (usually their first and second choices) between two or more candidates for an office, so that if no candidate receives a majority of first choices the one receiving the greatest number of first and second choices together in nominated or elected
preferential voting
voting while indicating preference
preferential voting
A system of voting in which the voter ranks candidates in order of preference
statutory voting
election in which one voter receives one vote for each available position
tactical voting
Tactical voting is the act of voting for a particular person or political party in order to prevent someone else from winning, rather than because you support that person or party. the practice of voting for a political party that you do not support in order to prevent another party from winning an election
vote
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"
vote
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
vote
To choose by suffrage; to elec&?;; as, to vote a candidate into office
vote
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vote
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
vote
or in deciding on any proposition in which one has an interest with others
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"
vote
The act of voting by submitting a ballot or other means
vote
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
vote
To condemn; to devote; to doom
vote
by a formal vote; as, the legislature voted the resolution
vote
be guided by in voting; "vote one's conscience
vote
An ardent wish or desire; a vow; a prayer
vote
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
vote
{i} voice; act of making an official choice, election; official choice; eligibility to vote; total number of votes; result of an election
vote
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
vote
be guided by in voting; "vote one's conscience"
vote
To declare by general opinion or common consent, as if by a vote; as, he was voted a bore
vote
express one's choice or preference by vote; "vote the Democratic ticket"
vote
A formal expression by members of Congress of support or opposition on a bill
vote
{f} cast a ballot; officially choose one out of a number of options; voice a suggestion
vote
the total number of votes cast; "they are hoping for a large vote"
vote
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
vote
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
vote
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
vote
bring into existence or make available by vote; "They voted aid for the underdeveloped countries in Asia"
vote
To enact, establish, grant, determine, etc
vote
go to the polls
vote
a body of voters who have the same interests; "he failed to get the Black vote"
vote
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
vote
(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
vote
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
vote
Absentee Voting/Voter Registration
vote
Formal expression of will or decision by the legislative body
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
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
vote
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'
vote
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
vote
suffrage
vote
Votes, collectively; as, the Tory vote; the labor vote
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
vote
the opinion of a group as determined by voting; "they put the question to a vote"
vote
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
vote
There are two categories of votes: majority and two-thirds
vote
A decision on a question by a member of a deliberative body, either affirmative or negative
vote
A formalized choice on matters of administration or other democratic activities
vote
a choice that is made by voting; "there were only 17 votes in favor of the motion"
vote
was an individual Supply Estimate Under RAB, from 2001, votes have been replaced by Requests for Resources
vote
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
vote
express a choice or opinion; "I vote that we all go home"; "She voted for going to the Chinese restaurant"
vote
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
vote
A decision on a question, either affirmative or negative
voting

    Hyphenation

    vot·ing

    Turkish pronunciation

    vōtîng

    Pronunciation

    /ˈvōtəɴɢ/ /ˈvoʊtɪŋ/

    Common Collocations

    voting stock

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