US: /ˈpoʊɫ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

poll /poul/
  • danh từ
    • sự bầu cử; nơi bầu cử
      • to go to the polls: đi bầu cử
    • số phiếu bầu, số người bỏ phiếu
      • a heavy poll: số người đi bỏ phiếu rất lớn
    • sự kiếm số cử tri
    • cuộc thăm dò ý kiến (của nhân dân về vấn đề gì)
    • (tiếng địa phương);(đùa cợt) cái đầu
      • a curly poll: một cái đầu xoăn
      • per poll: mỗi đầu người
  • ngoại động từ
    • thu phiếu bầu của
    • thu được (bao nhiêu phiếu bầu) (ứng cử viên)
      • to poll a large majority: thu được đại đa số phiếu
    • bỏ (phiếu)
      • to poll one's vote: bỏ phiếu bầu
  • nội động từ
    • bỏ phiếu
    • danh từ
      • con vẹt
      • danh từ
        • (the Poll) (từ lóng) những học sinh đỗ thường (ở đại học Căm-brít)
          • to go out in the Proll: đỗ thường
        • (định ngữ) đỗ thường
          • poll dragree: bằng đỗ thường
          • poll man: người đỗ thường
        • thú không sừng, bò không sừng
        • ngoại động từ
          • cắt ngọn, xén ngọn (cây)
          • ((thường) động tính từ quá khứ) cưa sừng (trâu bò...)
          • xén (giấy)
          • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) hớt tóc của (ai); cắt lông của (con vật)
          • tính từ
            • bị cắt ngọn, bị xén ngọn
            • bị cưa sừng, không sừng

          Advanced English dictionary

          noun, verb
          + noun
          1 (also opinion poll) [C] 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 + A recent poll suggests some surprising changes in public opinion. + A nationwide poll revealed different food preferences in the North and the South.
          2 [C] (also the polls [pl.]) the process of voting at an election; the process of counting the votes: The final result of the poll will be known tomorrow. + Their defeat at the polls came as a big shock. + Thursday is traditionally the day when Britain goes to the polls (= when elections are held). + Polls close (= voting ends) at 9 p.m.
          3 [sing.] the number of votes given in an election: Labour is ahead in the poll. + They gained 20% of the poll.
          See also - DEED POLL, EXIT POLL, STRAW POLL
          + verb
          1 to receive a particular number of votes in an election: [VN] They polled 39% of the vote in the last election. + [V] The Republicans have polled well (= received many votes) in recent elections.
          2 [VN] [usually passive] 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.

          Thesaurus dictionary

          1 voting, vote, returns, tally, figures:
          The poll shows that the incumbents are not as secure as they thought.
          2 opinion poll, survey, canvass, census, ballot, count:
          A poll of home-owners shows that most would like to own washing machines.
          3 sample, survey, question, canvass, ballot, ask, interview; count, enumerate, tally, register, record:
          We polled teenagers to determine their reaction to a youth centre; those in favour polled 73 per cent
          4 receive, get, win, register, tally:
          Cavendish polled more than 60 per cent of the votes cast.

          Collocation dictionary

          1 survey of opinion


          local, national | opinion | political, popularity | exit
          Exit polls suggest a big Labour majority, but the true picture will only be known after the count.
          | straw
          I took a straw poll among my colleagues to find out how many can use chopsticks.
          | latest, recent

          VERB + POLL

          carry out, conduct, take | lead (in) | publish

          POLL + VERB

          indicate sth, reveal sth, show sth, suggest sth

          POLL + NOUN

          rating, results


          in the ~s
          success in the polls


          be ahead/behind in the polls
          With a week to go until polling day, the Conservatives are still behind in the polls.
          | a lead in the polls
          A tougher budget might have widened Labour's lead in the polls.

          2 (usually the polls) voting in an election



          VERB + POLL

          go to
          The country goes to the polls on May 7th to elect local councillors.

          POLL + VERB

          open | close
          Counting will begin as soon as the polls close.


          at the ~s
          She was defeated at the polls.

          Concise English dictionary

          +an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people
          +the top of the head
          +the part of the head between the ears
          +a tame parrot
          +the counting of votes (as in an election)
          +get the opinions (of people) by asking specific questions
          +vote in an election at a polling station
          +get the votes of
          +convert into a pollard