Translation of cloture in Spanish:


clausura, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkloʊtʃər//ˈkləʊtjʊə/



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    clausura feminine
    to invoke cloture proponer que se ponga fin a un debate para pasar a la votación
    • On Tuesday, the cloture vote on the bill was 69 to 31.
    • He filed a cloture motion to end the debate and put the nomination to a vote.
    • The fast track bill will be called in the Senate only when the White House knows it has the 60 votes necessary to invoke cloture.
    • Four Democratic Senators have announced that they will vote in favor of a cloture motion, and at least one more is believed likely to do so.
    • Senate Republicans will press for a cloture vote tomorrow.
    • A cloture motion failed, and the nomination was withdrawn.