Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Voter"

Die Bedeutung von "Voter" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet registered voter?
A: In order to vote(in the US), you need to register, which means to fill out a form proving that you are able to vote. Once your registration form is approved, you are a registered voter.
Q: Was bedeutet as does a voter, interprets this kind of selling to be unsportsmanlike and UNDERHANDED?
A: Underhanded = dishonest
Q: Was bedeutet “There are enough voters on file in any given state that are registered to vote already that you can win with them. You don't need to add to the mix.”?
A: It says there are enough voters to vote, "You don't need to add to the mix" means they don't need to add anymore voters because they have enough.
Q: Was bedeutet voter registration?
A: In order to vote in the U.S., one must "register" by filling out an application at a registration office. This is to ensure that you are who you say you are and that you only vote once. Let me know if you need vote or registration defined.

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Voter" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen voter elector und electorate ?
A: Voter - an individual who is eligible to vote in an election.
Elector - defined the same way as voter, but in the U.S. it usually refers to the people who can vote in the Electoral College, which is the system in which the president is chosen. It is not as general a term as voter.
Electorate - all voters/people who can vote in a region. When you turn 18, you can register to vote and join the electorate in the U.S.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen voter und electorate ?
A: “A voter” is one person. “The electorate” is all the voters together.

You could say “the voters” in place of “the electorate”.

Übersetzungen von "Voter"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? voters

Andere Fragen zu "Voter"

If voter turnout increases, poor political institutions will improve.
In addition, once they take up reading the newspaper, they will be better at reading and vocabulary than average Japanese. klingt das natürlich?
A: × In addition, once they take up reading the newspaper, they will be better at reading and vocabulary than average Japanese.
✓ In addition, once more voters start reading the newspaper, they will be better at reading and have a wider vocabulary than the average Japanese person.

Your first sentence is good.

Your second sentence is confusing. Since the "they" could refer to either voters or institutions, it's better to use the noun instead of the pronoun in the beginning of the sentence.

For the middle of the sentence, you say "have a vocabulary". I'm struggling to explain why. It's either because it's an idiom or because it's not an action.

For the end, you need a few more words there for clarity. Just "average Japanese" is too ambiguous.
Q: Primary voters head to the polls in Massachusetts, where Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren is trying to quiet Trump’s slam of her as “Pocahontas” (a nod to family accounts of her Native American heritage) as she works to retain her seat -- and, perhaps, campaign for president in 2020.

What does 'a nod to family accounts of her Native American heritage' mean?
A: "a nod" = a reference or an acknowledgement
"She wore a red and white dress, a nod to her country's flag."

"family accounts" = stories passed around in her family
"According to family accounts, we have some long-lost relatives in Sweden."

"Native American heritage" = a family background that is Native American

Elizabeth Warren has said that according to her family, she has some Native American ancestors. For that reason, Trump sometimes calls her "Pocahontas."
Q: What does "independent voters" mean?

A new CNN poll out Monday found that 67% of Americans oppose the separation of children from their parents, with 68% of independent voters disapproving of Trump's position.
A: In the U.S., an independent voter, also called an unaffiliated voter, is not registered with a political party (i.e. Democrat, Republican).
Q: What does "pitched themselves to voters as more Trump-like than their rivals" mean?

Republican Congressional candidates who won primaries in states like West Virginia, Indiana and North Carolina praised Trump and in some cases pitched themselves to voters as more Trump-like than their rivals.
A: "more Trump-like than their rivals" - refers to being liking Donald Trump. Acting more like Trump than the rivals.
"pitched" has the literal meaning of being thrown. In this context the candidates are 'throwing' their ideas in being like Trump.
Q: Could young voters sway The resultados? klingt das natürlich?
A: Could young voters sway the results?

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