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My vote will go to the candidate who promises tax reform.
He got an overwhelming majority of the votes.
There were only 62 votes for the proposal, compared with 740 against.
In Britain many people cast their votes at local schools.
This policy will cost her thousands of votes.
The result of the vote will be announced tomorrow.
Let's have a vote on where to go for our holidays.
Our boss decided to put the issue to the vote.
The Labour Party's share of the vote increased.
The Tories won 53 per cent of the popular vote.
The new environmental party split the liberal vote.
This is the British English definition of vote. View American English definition of vote.
the difference between how much money you get when you sell something and how much it costs you...