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1vote/ˈvoʊt/verb
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1vote
/ˈvoʊt/
verb
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Learner's definition of VOTE  
[no object]  : to make an official choice for or against someone or something by casting a ballot, raising your hand, speaking your choice aloud, etc.
[+ object]  : to make a decision about (someone or something) by voting: such as
: to make (something) legal by a vote
   b  : to choose (someone or something) for an award by voting — usually used as (be) voted
   c  : to officially agree to give (someone) something by voting
[+ object]  : to suggest (something) for others to agree or disagree with

vote down

[phrasal verb]
vote (something) down or vote down (something) 
: to defeat or reject (something) by voting

vote in

[phrasal verb]
vote (someone) in or vote in (someone) 
: to elect (someone) to an office or position

vote on/onto

[phrasal verb]
vote (someone) on/onto (something) 
: to decide by a vote that (someone) will be allowed to become a member of (a group, team, etc.)

vote out

[phrasal verb]
vote (someone) out or vote out (someone) 
: to decide by a vote that (someone) will no longer have an office or position

vote with your feet

: to show your dislike of a particular place or situation by leaving and going somewhere else

vote with your wallet

or USvote (with) your pocketbook
: to vote in a way that helps you financially
: to show what you like and dislike by choosing where to shop and what to buy

— voting

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Learner's definition of VOTE  
[count]  : the official choice that you make in an election, meeting, etc., by casting a ballot, raising your hand, speaking your choice aloud, etc.
   b  [singular]  : the result of voting
the vote 
: the legal right to vote
   b  : the whole group of people in an area who have the right to vote — usually used in the phrase get out the vote
   c  : the total number of votes made in an election
   d  : a particular group of people who have the right to vote
[singular]  : an occurrence in which a group of people make a decision about something by voting
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