- [xuǎn jǔ]
- cooptation [医] 接合;
- vote in 选出;
- election 选举; 当选;
- vote （选）票; 投票（总数），表决，选举; 投票/选举权;
- elect 选举; 选择;
There has been a busy start to polling in today's local elections.
He won last month's presidential election by a landslide.
The election was held six months ahead of schedule.
We'll face a tough fight in the upcoming election.
There will be a run-off between these two candidates on December 9th.
He only got a plurality on November 3rd, just 49 percent.
Martinez expressed confidence of victory at the ballot box.
Predicting voting trends from economic forecasts is a dodgy business.
Felipe Gonzalez won a fourth term of office in Spain's election.
And all the time next spring's elections are drawing closer.
The signs suggest that the elections will be non-violent and fair.
Jackson had been a major power-broker in the 1988 Presidential elections.
They have a more than even chance of winning the next election.
Opposition leaders said that the elections had been tainted by corruption.
Kaifu threatened to dissolve the Parliament and call an election.
electoral procedure; electoral proceedings
election results; election returns
writ of election
[美] the Election Year
[美] the Election Day
[美] Election Day sermon
elect election return