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From the English verb vote:
voting is:
   Gerund

voting  Noun
  1. Translate "voting" to Spanish: votación, elección, referéndum
    English Synonyms of "voting": referendum, votation, election, poll, polling, query, suffrage
    Define meaning of "voting": A legislative act is referred for final approval to a popular vote by the electorate.

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  3. Translate "voting" to Spanish: balotaje
    English Synonyms of "voting": balloting
    Define meaning of "voting": A choice that is made by voting.
  4. There were only 17 votes in favor of the motion.

  5. Translate "voting" to Spanish: comicios
    English Synonyms of "voting": elections, referendum


voting  Adjective
  1. Translate "voting" to Spanish: electoral, de elección democrática, de votación, votador, votante
    English Synonyms of "voting": electoral, balloting, elective
    Define meaning of "voting": Relating to or composed of electors. ; Of or relating to elections.

  2. Translate "voting" to Spanish: votante, sufragante, sufragista
    English Synonyms of "voting": balloting, elective

Conceptually-related expressions of "voting"
vote  Verb
Plural: votes
  1. Translate "vote" to Spanish: votar, dar el voto, emitir el voto, sufragar, balotar
    English Synonyms of "vote": ballot, cast a vote, cast one's vote, elect, give one's vote, go to the polls, record one's vote
    Define meaning of "vote": Express one's preference for a candidate or for a measure or resolution; cast a vote.
  2. He voted for the motion.
    None of the Democrats voted last night.

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  3. Translate "vote" to Spanish: votar por
    English Synonyms of "vote": vote for, ballot for, give one's vote to, plump for
    Define meaning of "vote": Bring into existence or make available by vote. ; Express a choice or opinion. ; Express one's choice or preference by vote.
  4. They voted aid for the underdeveloped countries in Asia.
    I vote that we all go home.
    She voted for going to the Chinese restaurant.
    Vote the Democratic ticket.

vote  Noun
  1. Translate "vote" to Spanish: voto
    English Synonyms of "vote": ballot paper, ballot
    Define meaning of "vote": A choice that is made by voting.; A body of voters who have the same interests.
  2. There were only 17 votes in favor of the motion.
    He failed to get the Black vote.

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Verb Conjugation for "vote"
Gerund: voting

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votes

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will vote

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will vote

Conceptually-related expressions of "vote"
absentee vote
affirmative vote
alloted number of votes
basic votes
be elected by vote
be going to vote
be voted in
be with the right to vote
be without the right to vote
bestow the right to vote
Black vote
blind vote
block vote
by a majority of votes
by a majority vote
by a plurality of votes
by popular vote
call for votes
Call for Votes
card vote
cast a vote
cast one's vote
casting vote
concession of the right to vote
confidence vote
Congressional practice of canny reciprocal assistance in getting votes
count the votes
counting of votes
cumulative vote
decide a tie vote
deciding vote
dissenting vote
distribution of votes
down-vote
draw of votes
e-vote
electoral vote
electronic vote
eligible vote
endow with the right to vote
endowment of the right to vote
equality of votes
explanation of vote
female vote
floating vote
floating votes
formal vote
free vote
Gay vote
give one's vote
give one's vote to
go asking for votes
have a right to vote
have a voice but no vote
have a vote
have the majority of votes against
have the right to vote
have the vote
Hispanic vote
inconclusive vote
Latin vote
limited vote
limited-vote stock
lobby for vote
minority vote
negative vote
negative vote procedure
offering given as a result of a vote
open the vote
person committed to a vote
political candidate with the majority of votes
popular vote
postal vote
protest vote
proxy vote
put to a vote
record a vote
record one's vote
restricted vote
right to speak and vote
right to voice and vote
right to vote
rising vote
roll-call vote
second vote
secret vote
select by vote
show of hands vote
single transferable vote
single transferable vote system
snap vote
split one's vote
straw vote
submit to a vote
surpass in votes
swing votes
sympathy vote
the vote
tie of votes
tie vote
unanimous vote
voice vote
vote cast by a person who being absent has been permitted to vote by mail
voter who being absent has been permitted to vote by mail
win by majority of votes
win the majority of votes
with a right to vote
with the right to speak but not to vote
without a right to vote
without the right to vote
women's vote
write in a vote
yea-and-nay vote
yes vote
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