voter

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vot·er

 (vō′tər)
n.
1. One who votes.
2. One who has the right to vote: Only half of the voters participated in the election.

voter

(ˈvəʊtə)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who can or does vote

vot•er

(ˈvoʊ tər)

n.
1. a person who votes.
2. a person who has a right to vote; elector.
[1570–80]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.voter - a citizen who has a legal right to votevoter - a citizen who has a legal right to vote
electorate - the body of enfranchised citizens; those qualified to vote
constituent - a member of a constituency; a citizen who is represented in a government by officials for whom he or she votes; "needs continued support by constituents to be re-elected"
citizen - a native or naturalized member of a state or other political community
crossover voter, crossover - a voter who is registered as a member of one political party but who votes in the primary of another party
floater - a voter who votes illegally at different polling places in the same election
floating voter, swing voter - a voter who has no allegiance to any political party and whose unpredictable decisions can swing the outcome of an election one way or the other

voter

noun
One who votes:
Translations
ناخِب، مُصَوِّت
volič-ka
vælger
äänestäjä
szavazó
kjósandi
volivec
väljare

voter

[ˈvəʊtəʳ] N (gen) → votante mf; (in election) → elector(a) m/f

voter

[ˈvəʊtər] nélecteur/trice m/fvote-winner [ˈvəʊtwɪnər] natout m électoral

voter

nWähler(in) m(f)

voter

[ˈvəʊtəʳ] nelettore/trice

vote

(vəut) noun
(the right to show) one's wish or opinion, eg in a ballot or by raising a hand etc, especially at an election or in a debate. In Britain, the vote was given to women over twenty-one in 1928; Nowadays everyone over eighteen has a vote; A vote was taken to decide the matter.
verb
1. to cast or record one's vote. She voted for the Conservative candidate; I always vote Labour; I shall vote against the restoration of capital punishment.
2. to allow, by a vote, the provision of (something) eg to someone, for a purpose etc. They were voted $5,000 to help them in their research.
ˈvoter noun
a person who votes or has the right to vote.
vote of confidence
a vote taken to establish whether the government or other authority still has the majority's support for its policies.
vote of thanks
an invitation, usually in the form of a short speech, to an audience etc to show gratitude to a speaker etc by applauding etc. Mrs Smith proposed a vote of thanks to the organizers of the concert.
References in classic literature ?
signumque crucis quod nunc facio, et per vota nostra, ipse nunc
Yet, what if the whole job description or resume could be used as a query and the VOTA was fully understood so that great candidates or jobs are the top results, not virtually random entries on a list?
At workshops sponsored by the group, lawyers explain the process to potential citizens and Mi Familia Vota sends them off with study materials.
The Vota Dual Superfone is reportedly powered by two 64-bit quad-core processors, the exact details of which have not been released yet.
Un coleg de partid aduce urmatorul argument: "Votul la 18 ani implica o medie de varsta a primilor alegatori de 20 de ani, intrucat cei care implinesc 18 ani dupa data alegerilor, mai pot vota abia peste 4 ani.
Vu has had tremendous success over the years, including her work on the Mi Familia Vota campaign to educate and turn out Latino voters, resulting in more than 75,000 new voters, as well as helping to establish the Service Employees International Union as the leading union on immigration issues.
In addition to the luncheon address, a panel convened an "Issue Hour" discussion earlier that clay with representatives from the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF), League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), and Mi Familia Vota to discuss the immigration bills before Congress.
Step one was to pull together a coalition of nonpartisan groups working on innovative projects such as the drive by the Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio to recruit voters at homeless shelters and public housing projects; Mi Familia Vota, a push to register and turn out 50,000 new Hispanic voters in Florida; and 1,000 Flowers, an outreach campaign aimed at beauty salons frequented by low-income and young women that hands out neon-bright nail files with the slogan "Don't let this election be a nail biter.
The vota of the various Catholic faculties in Europe and the Americas play the full diapason, from the staunchly "ultramontane" to the restive, scarcely larvated "neomodernismo" (358).
Augusto Paulo Betti Aurora Leticia Vota Senor Sosa Mario Lozano Inspector Flores Arturo Fleitas Clarita Graciela Canepa Rosa Mirthita Mazo
95 including p&p in UK from Turf Newspapers (01933 440077); in Ireland from Vota Books (024-94129)
32)"REX SUPER-ILLUSTRIS FRANCISCUS FRANCUS IN AEDES/VENIT, CUM DUCIBUS PRINCIBUSQUE, SACRAS,/CLAUDIA, NOBILIUM HIC MAGNA STIPANTE CATERVA/CUM GENETRICE VIRI, CUMQUE SOROR FUIT:/HOC FUIT ITALICI POST MARTIA BELLA TRIUMPHI,/CUM REX FRANCISCUS DEBITA VOTA DARET"; Faillon, 1034.