vote

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vote

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Singular
vote

Plural
votes

  1. A vote is a formal way of choosing things that are controlled by the majority.
    Let's take a vote for a new president!
  2. A vote is the decision of one person in an election.
    I give my vote for the bill.

Verb[change]

Plain form
vote

Third-person singular
votes

Past tense
voted

Past participle
voted

Present participle
voting

  1. (transitive & intransitive) If you vote, you show your support for choosing a person or idea by raising your hand, marking a piece of paper, etc
    My brother votes for the Democrats.
    I voted to oppose the new property tax.

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