cast (one's) vote

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cast (one's) vote

1. To vote in an election or other such contest in which votes are collected; to vote. You seem happy about the results of the election. I guess I know which candidate you cast your vote for! I need to go to the polling place and cast my vote!
2. To share one's opinion on something (which could involve informal "voting"). If I get a say in the matter, I cast my vote in favor of a new microwave for the break room! Raise your hand to cast your vote for lower monthly dues!
See also: cast, vote
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cast one's vote

to vote; to place one's ballot in the ballot box. The citizens cast their votes for president. The wait in line to cast one's vote was almost an hour.
See also: cast, vote
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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You have raised your voices in an unmistakable chorus, you have cast your votes in historic numbers, you have changed the face of congress, the presidency, and the political process itself.
'Come on Election Day, leave your households and cast your vote for the sake of Pakistan's betterment and prosperity' Noor Bukhari said.
Her Tory rival Craig Williams tweeted with one hour to go: "Just one hour left to cast your vote. Thank you to everyone who has voted so far and to the volunteers.
THE ELECTION Don't forget to cast your vote, It is a democratic right For once you have the power To influence political might.
And, of course, you can attend shareholders meetings in person to cast your vote. What you learn through the process will help you make better decisions about your stock.
During his address, Saygyly asked his audience to follow the recent political developments in Turkey closely, saying: "Cast your votes properly.