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Definition of "voted" []

  • An indication of choice, opinion, or will on a question, such as the choosing of a candidate, by or as if by some recognized means, such as a ballot (noun)
  • The opinion of a group of persons as determined by voting (noun)
  • A body of votes or voters collectively (noun)
  • The total number of votes cast (noun)
  • The ticket, ballot, etc, by which a vote is expressed (noun)
  • The right to vote; franchise; suffrage (noun)
  • A person regarded as the embodiment of this right (noun)
  • A means of voting, such as a ballot (noun)
  • A grant or other proposition to be voted upon (noun)
  • To express or signify (one's preference, opinion, or will) (for or against some question, etc) (verb)
  • To declare oneself as being (something or in favour of something) by exercising one's vote (verb)
  • To appoint or elect (a person to or from a particular post) (verb)
  • To determine the condition of in a specified way by voting (verb)
  • To authorize, confer, or allow by voting (verb)
  • To declare by common opinion (verb)
  • To influence or control the voting of (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of vote. (verb)

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Use "voted" in a sentence
  • "Maybe you'd prefer the term voted 2005's most creative, 'whale tail,' the appearance of thong underwear above the waist band."
  • "Maybe you ` d prefer the term voted 2005 ` s most creative: whale tail, the appearance of thong underwear above the waistband."
  • "The same people who told me I had to change the name voted to keep it."