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poll

US [poʊl]
UK [pəʊl]
  • n.民意测验;民意调查;选举投票;计票
  • v.获得(票数);对…进行民意调查
  • adj.【法】当事人一方作成的
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Plural Form:polls  Present Participle:polling  Past Tense:polled  
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[c]
民意测验;民意调查the process of questioning people who are representative of a larger group in order to get information about the general opinion
to carry out/conduct a poll
进行民意测验
A recent poll suggests some surprising changes in public opinion.
最近的调查表明,民意有了出人意表的变化。
2.
[c]
选举投票;计票the process of voting at an election; the process of counting the votes
The final result of the poll will be known tomorrow.
投票结果将于明天公布。
Thursday is traditionally the day when Britain goes to the polls(= when elections are held) .
英国传统的投票选举日是星期四。
Polls close(= voting ends) at 9 p.m.
投票于晚上 9 点结束。
3.
[sing]
投票数the number of votes given in an election
Labour is ahead in the poll.
工党的得票数领先。
They gained 20% of the poll.
他们得到了 20% 的选票。
v.
1.
[t][i]
获得(票数)to receive a particular number of votes in an election
They polled 39% of the vote in the last election.
在上届选举中,他们获得了 39% 的选票。
The Republicans have polled well(= received many votes) in recent elections.
共和党在最近的选举中得票数都很高。
2.
[t][usupass]
~ sb
对…进行民意调查to ask a large number of members of the public what they think about sth
Over 50% of those polled were against the proposed military action.
民调中有超过 50% 的人反对拟议的军事行动。

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