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可決, かけつ

  • kaketsu


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • approval
  • adoption (e.g. motion, bill)
  • passage

Examples of 可決,かけつ in a Sentence

The committee passed the bill.
The tax bill was passed yesterday.
The bill passed at the last moment.
The bill will never go through.
The Congressmen rammed the bill through committee.
Did they get the law passed? "Yes, they finally put it through."
The resolution that a new road be built was passed.
The motion was carried by acclamation.
The bill was passed by a majority, although the Socialist Party was strongly opposed to it.
The bill was passed by an overwhelming majority.

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