electioneer


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e·lec·tion·eer

 (ĭ-lĕk′shə-nîr′)
intr.v. e·lec·tion·eered, e·lec·tion·eer·ing, e·lec·tion·eers
To work actively for a candidate or political party.

e·lec′tion·eer′er n.

electioneer

(ɪˌlɛkʃəˈnɪə)
vb (intr)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to be active in a political election or campaign
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Also called: electioneerer a person who engages in this activity
eˌlectionˈeering n, adj

e•lec•tion•eer

(ɪˌlɛk ʃəˈnɪər)

v.i.
to work for the success of a particular candidate or party in an election.
[1780–90]
e•lec`tion•eer′er, n.

electioneer


Past participle: electioneered
Gerund: electioneering

Imperative
electioneer
electioneer
Present
I electioneer
you electioneer
he/she/it electioneers
we electioneer
you electioneer
they electioneer
Preterite
I electioneered
you electioneered
he/she/it electioneered
we electioneered
you electioneered
they electioneered
Present Continuous
I am electioneering
you are electioneering
he/she/it is electioneering
we are electioneering
you are electioneering
they are electioneering
Present Perfect
I have electioneered
you have electioneered
he/she/it has electioneered
we have electioneered
you have electioneered
they have electioneered
Past Continuous
I was electioneering
you were electioneering
he/she/it was electioneering
we were electioneering
you were electioneering
they were electioneering
Past Perfect
I had electioneered
you had electioneered
he/she/it had electioneered
we had electioneered
you had electioneered
they had electioneered
Future
I will electioneer
you will electioneer
he/she/it will electioneer
we will electioneer
you will electioneer
they will electioneer
Future Perfect
I will have electioneered
you will have electioneered
he/she/it will have electioneered
we will have electioneered
you will have electioneered
they will have electioneered
Future Continuous
I will be electioneering
you will be electioneering
he/she/it will be electioneering
we will be electioneering
you will be electioneering
they will be electioneering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been electioneering
you have been electioneering
he/she/it has been electioneering
we have been electioneering
you have been electioneering
they have been electioneering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been electioneering
you will have been electioneering
he/she/it will have been electioneering
we will have been electioneering
you will have been electioneering
they will have been electioneering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been electioneering
you had been electioneering
he/she/it had been electioneering
we had been electioneering
you had been electioneering
they had been electioneering
Conditional
I would electioneer
you would electioneer
he/she/it would electioneer
we would electioneer
you would electioneer
they would electioneer
Past Conditional
I would have electioneered
you would have electioneered
he/she/it would have electioneered
we would have electioneered
you would have electioneered
they would have electioneered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.electioneer - work actively for a political candidate or a party; "My neighbors are busy electioneering during the Presidential election campaign"
work - exert oneself by doing mental or physical work for a purpose or out of necessity; "I will work hard to improve my grades"; "she worked hard for better living conditions for the poor"
Translations
يَسْعى لِفَوْز مُرَشَّح في الأنتِخابات
føre valgkampagne
viesť volebnú kampaň
seçim propagandası yapmak

electioneer

[ɪˌlekʃəˈnɪəʳ] VIhacer campaña (electoral) (pej) → hacer electoralismo

electioneer

vials Wahlhelfer arbeiten, Wahlhilfe leisten; he’s just electioneering for Xer macht nur Wahlpropaganda für X

electioneer

[ɪˌlɛkʃəˈnɪəʳ] vifare propaganda elettorale

elect

(iˈlekt) verb
1. to choose by vote. He was elected chairman; elected to the committee.
2. to choose (to do something). They elected to go by taxi.
adjective
(placed immediately after noun) chosen for office but not yet in it. the president elect.
eˈlection (-ʃən) noun
the choosing, or choice, (usually by vote) of person(s) for office. When do the elections take place?; He is standing for election again.
eˌlectioˈneer (-ʃə-) verb
to work to bring about the election of a candidate.
eˈlector noun
a person who has the right to vote at an election. Not all the electors bothered to vote.
eˈlectoral adjective
of elections or electors. The names of all electors are listed in the electoral roll.
eˈlectorate (-rət) noun
all electors taken together. Half of the electorate did not vote.
References in periodicals archive ?
Paxton's letters emphasize that while school districts may promote civic engagement and register students to vote, they are not permitted to "use state or local funds or other resources to electioneer for or against any candidate, measure or political party.
152) While permitting religious organizations to electioneer undoubtedly would enhance the ability of such entities to further their religious missions, any fruits of religious organizations' political activity would be the product of the groups' efforts, not the government's designs.
This is tremendous news for Carol Allardyce, who can leave her brolly at home and hopefully be on a winner if she backs Electioneer in Catterick's Carol Allardyce Birthday Handicap (3.

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