翻译
  • 简明词典(词霸)
  • 柯林斯词典
  • 牛津词典
  • plebiscite

    • [ˈplebɪsɪt]
    • [ˈplɛbɪˌsaɪt, -sɪt]

    释义

    • n.
      公民投票; [罗史]全民表决
  • 词态变化

    • 复数: plebiscites;
  • 实用场景例句

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    • 公民投票

    A plebiscite was held to decide the fate of the country.

    举行了公民投票以决定国家的命运.

    ——辞典例句

    A plebiscite was taken as to whether this was a fitting punishment.

    如此惩办是否妥当,还特地举行了一次公民投票.

    ——名作英译部分

    It was decided by plebiscite.

    那件事是通过公民投票决定的.

    ——期刊摘选

    The question of which state the minority group should belong to was decided by plebiscite.

    该少数民族应归属哪一州的问题已由公民投票表决.

    ——期刊摘选

    The province decide by plebiscite to lower the voting age to eighteen.

    该省用平民表决的方法将选举年龄降至18岁.

    ——期刊摘选

    Mr Ch á vez, though not a candidate, has turned it plebiscite on himself.

    虽然查韦斯先生不是候选人, 但是他把这次选举当作是对他的公民投票.

    ——期刊摘选

    The decision to concede a plebiscite on the voting system has enraged them.

    卡梅伦同意就选举制度改革举行全民公投的决定,令这些人极为不满.

    ——期刊摘选

    It was Iceland's first plebiscite since the island's independence from Denmark in 1944.

    这是该国在1944年脱离丹麦独立后举行的首次全民公投.

    ——期刊摘选

    to hold a plebiscite on the country's future system of government

    就国家未来的政府体制举行公民投票

    ——《牛津高阶英汉双解词典》

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  • 英英释义

    Noun

    • 1. a vote by the electorate determining public opinion on a question of national importance
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  • 同义词

    election

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