Casting Vote

Casting Vote,

What is The Definition of Casting Vote?

A swing vote by the President to resolve the stalemate with an equal number of votes from both sides.

Literal Meanings of Casting Vote

Casting:

Meanings of Casting:
  1. Items made by putting molten metal or other material into a mold.

Sentences of Casting
  1. Brass mold

Synonyms of Casting

duplicate, copy, mock-up, casting, imitation, representation, reproduction, replica, model

Vote:

Meanings of Vote:
  1. A formal gesture of choice or action planning between two or more candidates, usually by voting, raising a hand, or voting.

  2. Broadcast or record sound.

Sentences of Vote
  1. Voters have two votes to vote, one for or against the regional assembly and one to decide on the restructuring of local government.

  2. Vote against the resolution

Synonyms of Vote

popular vote, plebiscite, ballot, show of hands, general election, referendum, go to the polls, mark one's ballot paper, straw poll, cast one's vote, poll, election, local election, public vote

Casting Vote,

Casting Vote Meanings:

  • Decisive vote by the President to end the blockade with equal votes on both sides.

Literal Meanings of Casting Vote

Casting:

Meanings of Casting:
  1. A mold made of molten metal or other material.

  2. Show it on the surface (light or shadow).

  3. Register (one vote)

  4. Drop another beet (line) in the water with one of the bent heads.

  5. Play hard in a certain direction.

  6. Shape it into a liquid (metal or other material).

  7. Reason (effect)

  8. Melt (skin or horn) during growth.

Sentences of Casting
  1. Bronze template

  2. The moon shines in the cabin.

  3. Votes were cast in 40% of the seats.

  4. He threw the book on the chair angrily.

  5. When hammered or cast, bronze can be tolled.

  6. The sorcerer cast a spell on him to make him an animal.

  7. Forests are cut down every year.

  8. You can see the star map that is released when a person is born.

  9. Leave the seat and leave space.

  10. The angry dog ​​pulled the stray rabbit.

  11. Play a role in a young man's incredible historical epic.

Synonyms of Casting

frame, discharge, peel off, lob, appoint, curse, compute, form, flip, foretell, cause, bewitch, dash, bowl, assign, direct, let fly, pitch, sling, choose, enchant, witch, heave

Vote:

Meanings of Vote:
  1. A formal gesture of choice between two or more candidates or an action plan is usually indicated by voting or raising a hand.

  2. Provide or record sound.

Synonyms of Vote

polling, voting

Casting Vote,

What is The Definition of Casting Vote?

  1. Definition of Casting Vote: The President's swing vote to dissolve the blockade with equal votes from both sides.

Literal Meanings of Casting Vote

Casting:

Meanings of Casting:
  1. Dip one of the bent heads into the water.

  2. Play hard (slightly) in a certain direction.

  3. Reason effect (spelling).

  4. Melting during growth (skin or horns).

  5. Calculate and write the horoscope.

  6. (In Country Dance) Change position by moving some squares in a certain direction along the outside of the line on which you are dancing.

  7. (The dog) looks in different directions so the smell goes away.

  8. Move (animals, especially cows) with a rope so that they fall to the side.

  9. Assign a role to (an actor) in a drama or film.

Sentences of Casting
  1. The moon shines in the huts.

  2. 40% of the seats were voted.

  3. Angrily, he threw the book on the chair.

  4. Hammer or cast bronze can be tolled.

  5. The magician used magic to turn him into an animal

  6. You can see the star map that is released at the time of human birth.

  7. Play the role of a young man in his incredible historical epic.

Synonyms of Casting

■■■■, prophesy, emit, hurl, propel, launch, register, name, throw off, write, send, sculpt, shed, mould, point the bone at, lodge, predict, make, devise, diffuse, set down, discard, determine, send forth, sculpture

Vote:

Meanings of Vote:
  1. A formal gesture or plan of action between two or more candidates is usually expressed by voting or raising a hand.