Synonyms of vote in English:

vote


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noun

1‘she was elected in a rigged vote’

SYNONYMS
ballot, poll, election, referendum, plebiscite, public vote, general election, local election, popular vote, straw poll, show of hands
voting, polling

2‘in 1918 women over thirty got the vote in Britain’

SYNONYMS
suffrage, franchise, enfranchisement, right to vote, voting rights
voice, say, option, choice
ANTONYMS

disenfranchisement


verb

1‘only 28 per cent of the electorate voted in the referendum’

SYNONYMS
go to the polls, cast one's vote, mark one's ballot paper

2‘I vote we have one more game’

SYNONYMS
suggest, propose, recommend, advocate, move, submit
British table

Phrases

    vote someone in

    ‘he was voted in as honorary secretary’


    SYNONYMS
    elect, return, put in power, select, choose, pick, adopt, appoint, designate, opt for, plump for, decide on, settle on, fix on
    vote someone out

    ‘he persuaded delegates to vote out the prime minister’


    SYNONYMS
    depose, oust, push out, turn out, remove from office, remove from power, unseat, dethrone, displace, dismiss, discharge, dislodge, eject, cashier
    informal boot out, kick out, drum out, give someone the boot, defenestrate
    British informal turf out
    dated out