1.to vote by a show of hands; to take a show of hands
1.The motion was passed on show of hands, although voting was close and the opposition asked for a recount.
2.Can I have a show of hands , please ?
3.The vote was taken by a show of hands.
4.The motion was carried on a show of hands.
5.The issue was decided by a show of hands
6.Who is in favour of the proposal? Can I have a show of hands, please?
7.The chairman wishing for the decision of this question by the meeting, called for a show of hands.
8.make a demand in card games, as for a card or a suit or a show of hands.
9.It can be settled by a show of hands.
10.The chairman said: "That being so, I shall put the question. Will those in favour of the amendment, please show the hand?"
1.to vote by ballot; to decide by ballot; to take a vote by ballot
decide (or vote) by ballot
They will vote on policy issues.
to vote on sth
When the vote was taken they were in the minority.
We'll have to vote on whether or not to admit a new member.
The plenum will vote on all tax increases.
四; 不計名投票 anonymous vote