- 美[ˈplɛbɪˌsaɪt, -sɪt]
- n.公民投票; [罗史]全民表决
- 复数: plebiscites;
A plebiscite was held to decide the fate of the country.
A plebiscite was taken as to whether this was a fitting punishment.
It was decided by plebiscite.
The question of which state the minority group should belong to was decided by plebiscite.
The province decide by plebiscite to lower the voting age to eighteen.
Mr Ch á vez, though not a candidate, has turned it plebiscite on himself.
The decision to concede a plebiscite on the voting system has enraged them.
It was Iceland's first plebiscite since the island's independence from Denmark in 1944.
to hold a plebiscite on the country's future system of government
1. a vote by the electorate determining public opinion on a question of national importance