There are 2 translations of poll in Spanish:

poll1

Pronunciation: /pəʊl/

n

  • 1 1.1 (ballot) votación (f) to take a poll on sth someter algo a votación he criticized the conduct of the poll criticó la forma en que se había llevado a cabo la votación
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    • Weeks of political campaigning comes to an end today as voters across the country go to the polls in the general election.
    • Such a defeat would further damage its chances of maintaining power at a national level when Indians go to the polls for general elections due by 2004.
    • As Australia prepares to go to the polls for a general election on Saturday, Howard continues to defend his government's tough stance on asylum seekers.
    1.2 (number of votes cast) there has been a particularly low/heavy poll pocos/muchos electores han acudido a las urnas there was a 62% poll la participación electoral fue de un 62% the poll for the candidate was 18,731 (BrE) el cómputo de votos para el candidato fue de 18.731 1.3
    (opinion poll)
    encuesta (f) (de opinión), sondeo (m) (de opinión)
  • 2
    (polls pl)
    (polling stations) the polls to go to the polls ir* or acudir a las urnas if she wins at the polls si gana las elecciones a defeat at the polls una derrota electoral the polls have not yet closed se continúa votando, las mesas electorales no han cerrado aún

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Word of the day merienda
f
afternoon snack …
Cultural fact of the day

Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province. Most comunidades autónomas comunidad autónoma comprise at least two or more

There are 2 translations of poll in Spanish:

poll2

vt

  • 1 [Pol] [votes] (obtain) obtener*; (cast) emitir the Democratic candidate polled 88,052 votes el candidato demócrata obtuvo 88.052 votos
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    • Despite all this, Jack McCann gained the most votes, polling an impressive 22,000.
    • The vice president who polls the most votes may not necessarily get picked as the next deputy PM.
    • Keira has always been safe Labor, but last state election Martin did get a pretty sizeable chunk of the vote - he polled a fairly close second to Campbell, and should have given them a scare.
  • 2 (question) [electorate] sondear, encuestar she polled the board of directors sondeó or tanteó a la junta directiva a majority of those polled la mayoría de los encuestados union members are to be polled on the proposal la propuesta se va a someter a votación entre los miembros del sindicato
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    • Some of the advisers who are polled for their opinions use sentiment indicators when forecasting.
    • This year, nearly 11,000 business leaders were polled in a record 117 economies worldwide.
    • A random sample of 2,646 people across all regions of England, including the capital, was polled by Opinion Research Business.
  • 3 [Agr] [sheep/cattle] descornar*
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    • As an added bonus, every Thunderhouse calf born to date has been polled!
    • All his calves have been polled.
    • She is polled and two out of the three kids each year have been polled.
  • 4 [Comput] interrogar*
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    • Old and crude methods for this required the software to poll the device continuously for status and changes.
    • A management system identifies conditions on the network by periodically polling the network devices or in response to a message from a network device.
    • With serialized devices it should be possible to poll every compromised device on the Net just like using a traffic camera to catch drivers who run red lights.

vi

  • (BrE) he polled better than expected obtuvo más votos de lo que se esperaba

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Word of the day merienda
f
afternoon snack …
Cultural fact of the day

Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province. Most comunidades autónomas comunidad autónoma comprise at least two or more