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English-German translation for: [elections]
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Dictionary English German: [elections]

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English German
rigged {adj} {past-p} [manipulated, e.g. elections, game]
manipuliert [z. B. Wahlen, Spiel]
admin. pol. local {adj} [e.g. administration, authority, elections, law, politician]Kommunal- [z. B. Verwaltung, Behörde, Wahl, Recht, Politiker]
provincial {adj} [e.g. park, elections, city]Provinz- [z. B. Park, Wahlen, Stadt]
pol. to rig [elections]
fälschen [Wahl]
lead [in sports, elections, etc.]
Vorsprung {m} [in Rennen, bei Wahlen etc.]
pol. primary [US elections]
Primary {f} [US-Wahlen]
[advantage of being the incumbent chancellor during elections]Kanzlerbonus {m}
pol. midterms [midterm elections] [USA]Midterms {pl} [USA]
pol. midterms [midterm elections] [USA]Zwischenwahlen {pl} [USA]
2 Words
to be due [elections, results]anstehen [bevorstehen, fällig sein]
pol. to make gains [e.g. at elections, stock market]Zugewinne erzielen
pol. 5% threshold [German elections]5 %-Hürde {f} [ugs.] [als Hürde angesehene Fünfprozentklausel]
pol. battleground state [swing state] [US presidential elections]Schlachtfeldstaat {m} [ugs.] [fig.] [Präsidentschaftswahlen in den USA]
hist. pol. Hottentot election [German Empire, federal elections of 1907]Hottentottenwahl {f} [auch: Hottentottenwahlen] [Deutsches Reich, Reichstagswahlen von 1907]
pol. massive turnout [elections]hohe Wahlbeteiligung {f}
participation rate [in elections etc.]Beteiligungsquote {f} [Teilnahmequote]
pol. returning officer [Br.] [elections]Wahlleiter {m}
3 Words
to be a travesty [elections]ein Hohn sein [Wahlen]
to be a travesty [elections]eine Farce sein [Wahlen]
5+ Words
to stand down (as a candidate) [Br.] [elections etc.]nicht mehr kandidieren [Wahlen usw.]
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