- n.选举，当选; 选举权; [神]神的选择;
- 复数: elections;
Only 70% of the electorate voted in the last election.
After his election defeat he was reassigned to the diplomatic service.
The election broadcast consisted largely of talking heads.
We'll face a tough fight in the upcoming election.
The election will end months of political bickering.
By common consent this election constituted a historic step on the road to democracy.
He timed the election to coincide with new measures to boost the economy.
They have a more than even chance of winning the next election.
Kaifu threatened to dissolve the Parliament and call an election.
He is trying to project a more dignified, statesmanlike image in this election year.
A last moment election can save the day.
With the help of skilful gerrymandering, the Party has never lost an election since.
I would hazard a guess that they'll do fairly well in the next election.
He has not yet announced whether he will stand in the election.
They should wait for the most propitious moment between now and the next election.
The news of rigged ballots has rubbed off much of the shine of their election victory.
The election campaign heated up in that state.
They intend to win the next election on the plank of developing trade.
The government will probably fall at the coming election.
The government has been charged with walking out on its election promises.
The party came in at the last election.
Charles declared the result of the election.
They won the election but only with a very slender majority.
There seems to be a general feeling that the election will be held in June.
We must pick up the pieces of our political defeat, and start working towards the next election.
The election results do not always reflect back the views of voters.
At the last election, the Government won easily, knocking the Opposition into a cocked hat.
The poor election results confounded the government.
Not many young people eligible for voting are interested in local or national elections these days.
It is also troubling that voting rates among our youngest eligible voters—18- to 24-year-olds—are way down: Little more than one in four now go to the polls, even in national elections, compared with almost twice that many when 18-year-olds were first given the vote.
It did not escape notice that a lobbying firm set up by Lynton Crosby, David Cameron's election campaign director, had previously acted for Philip Morris International.
That should be a matter of concern in a presidential election year.
That is not surprising: politicians with an eye on the next election will hardly rush to introduce unpopular measures that may not bear fruit for years, perhaps decades.
One reason why pension and health care reforms are slow in coming is that politicians are afraid of losing votes in the next election.
politicians are afraid of losing votes in the next election.
Obama's success isn't all good news for black Americans As Erin White watched the election results head towards victory for Barack Obama, she felt a burden lifting from her shoulders
After his election victory, this was true of all the black participants
Just one week after Obama was elected president, participants were less ready to support policies designed to address racial inequality than they had been two weeks before the election.
So the election of a female leader might have a downside for other women
How did Erin White feel upon seeing Barack Obama's victory in the election?
blacks and whites behaved differently during the election
Obama's election has eliminated the prejudice against blacks
Young voters played a decisive role in Obama's election
Pierre Salinger was appointed senator from California but subsequently lost his first election.
M :well ,that guy won't be able to win the election unless he got the majority vote from women students ,and I am not sure about it ?
It won't be easy for Mark to win the election
Females are more competitive than males in elections.
At the next election none of the big parties seem likely to endorse this sentiment.
1. a vote to select the winner of a position or political office;
"the results of the election will be announced tonight"
2. the act of selecting someone or something; the exercise of deliberate choice;
"her election of medicine as a profession"
3. the status or fact of being elected;
"they celebrated his election"
4. the predestination of some individuals as objects of divine mercy (especially as conceived by Calvinists)
1. =choose,gather,表示"选择,收集"; 2. =speak,read,表示"讲,读,说"
choice, alternative, preference, option, selection, election
当选 推选 选举