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turnout
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Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 assemblage, muster, attendance, audience, crowd, gate, throng, gathering:
The turnout for the first day of the sale was enormous.
2 output, production, out-turn, volume; gross national product, GNP, gross domestic product, GDP:
Turnout has improved since the settlement of the labour dispute.
3 gear, outfit, clothing, apparel, apparatus, equipment, trappings, fittings, equipage:
Have you seen Charlie in his mountain-climbing turnout?
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun [C, usually sing, U]
1 the number of people who attend a particular event: This year's festival attracted a record turnout.
2 the number of people who vote in a particular election: a high / low / poor turnout + a 60% turnout of voters
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 number of people who vote in an election

ADJ.

high | low, poor | electoral, voter
Voter turnout was high at the last election.

PHRASES

a decline/fall in turnout, an increase in turnout

2 number of people who go to a meeting, match, etc.

ADJ.

big, good, large | disappointing, poor

VERB + TURNOUT

attract
The concert attracted a large turnout.



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