Translation of polling in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈpəʊlɪŋ/


  • votación (f) polling closes at eight o'clock la votación termina a las ocho most districts reported light polling la mayoría de los distritos registraron una escasa participación (before n) polling booth (esp BrE) cabina (f) de votación card (in (UK) ) tarjeta (f) de votantes polling clerk escrutador, -dora (m,f) polling day (BrE) día (m) de las elecciones polling place o (BrE) station centro (m) de votación, centro (m) electoral (in (Esp) ) centro (m) electoral (in (Col) ) puesto (m) de votación (in (Urug) ) circuito (m) de votación

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