poll 是什么意思

poll的中文意思是: 投票

poll例句大全

  1. He scratched his grizzled poll.

    他抓了抓他那头发花白的脑袋。

  2. It's like an opinion poll.

    这就像民意调查。

  3. TaBulate the results of a poll

    用表格列出民意测验结果

  4. But the French themselves seem to have Lost the formula: poll after poll, they appear more and more pessimistic

    然而法国人自己却似乎已经失去了生活的感觉,一次接一次的民调,总会显示他们变得越来越悲观了。

  5. The Episode could badly tarnish the poll.

    这段小插曲能够严重破坏投票选举进程。

  6. The times commissioned a public opinion poll.

    《泰晤士报》委托主持一次民意测验。

  7. To canvass or poll using a questionnaire.

    用一组问题来讨论或访问意见。

  8. We echo Lowell's criticism. puBlic-opinion poll

    我们同意洛威尔的意见。民意测验,同意调查

  9. The imposition of a poll Tax on voters

    对选举人人头税的课征

  10. Poll: Family ties key to youth happiness.

    美国年轻人:家人是幸福的关键。

  11. He came third in the poll with 149 votes

    他在选举中获得149票,名列第三。

  12. The poll canvassed the views of almost eighty economists .

    民意调查征询了将近80位经济学家的意见。

  13. A public opinion poll is no substitute for thought.

    民意测验无法替代思考。

  14. The poll was conducted for a26th consecutive year.

    这项调查已经连续进行了26年。

  15. The Tories have dropped in the opinion poll ratings.

    英国保守党在民意测验中的得分率下降了。

  16. A public opinion poll conducted by the German government .

    德国政府进行的一次公众舆论调查。

  17. The poll did not include a margin of error .

    该调查没有计算误差幅度。

  18. The council Tax replaces the poll tax next April.

    市政税在明年4月将取代人头税。

  19. This report contains results of the latest opinion poll.

    这报告收录了最新的意见调查结果。

  20. Analyses of Public Opinion Poll on the Clone Race

    克隆人的民意调查分析

  21. The president has a favourable rating in the opinion poll.

    民意测验对总统评价很好。

  22. Most people agreed that the poll Tax was fundamentally unjust.

    大多数人认为人头税根本不合理。

  23. On the eve of the poll, campaigning was bitter.

    在投票前夕,竞选活动如火如荼。

  24. Bahrain's main opposition party, Wefaq, is boycotting the poll.

    巴林的主要反对派维法格党呼吁抵制选举。

  25. He understood the public's ambivalence, shown by every poll.

    他了解每次民意测验反映出来的公众的矛盾心理。

  26. One Option is to poll the queue at regular intervals.

    一种做法是定期轮询队列。

  27. The opinion poll identified a large corps of swing-voters.

    民意调查证明了存在大量的摇摆不定的中间选民。

  28. The government will take comfort From the latest opinion poll.

    政府会从最新的民意调查中得到安慰。

  29. The connection of graphic equipment to the poll / sel line

    绘图设备和POLL/SEL线路的联接

  30. Research on Standardizing Public - opinion Poll and Constructing Harmonious Society

    规范民意调查与构建和谐社会

  31. The prime minister's opinion poll ratings have hit rock bottom.

    首相的民意测验信誉评分已到达了最低点。

  32. As Mr Gingrich has learned, rising poll numbers bring extra scrutiny .

    正如金里奇已经体验到的,民调上升就会带来更多的详细审查。

  33. His party topped the poll here in last year's general election.

    在上一年的普选中,他的政党在这里获得了最高的票数。

  34. But the poll has taken place with an air of inevitability.

    但投票的举行有种势不可免的气氛。

  35. The poll was widely discredited after allegations of ballot rigging .

    选举舞弊的指控出现后,这次投票测验受到了广泛质疑。

  36. It including two aspects: TV advertisement and public opinion poll.

    包括两个方面:电视广告和民意测验机构。

  37. Opinion poll shows that the public preferred butter to margarine.

    民意调查表明,公众更喜欢黄油而不是人造奶油。

  38. The latest poll shows a confidence level of 78 per cent.

    最近的民意调查显示,信心水平达百分之七十八。

  39. A national poll shows the presidential race in a dead heat.

    一项全国民意调查显示总统竞选相持不下。

  40. The newspaper took a poll of the man in the street.

    该报对群众进行了民意调查。

poll中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
民意测验;民意调查
A poll is a survey in which people are asked their opinions about something, usually in order to find out how popular something is or what people intend to do in the future.
  1. Polls show that the European treaty has gained support in Denmark...

    民意测验显示该欧盟条约已在丹麦获得支持。

  2. We are doing a weekly poll on the president, and clearly his popularity has declined...

    我们每周就总统进行一次民意调查,很显然他的支持率下降了。

  3. The Socialist Party, which won a convincing victory in elections in June, has been losing support in the polls recently.

    最近的民意测验表明,6月份在选举中大胜的社会党的支持率一直在下滑。

2
对…进行民意测验(或调查)
If you are polled on something, you are asked what you think about it as part of a survey.
  1. More than 18,000 people were polled...

    超过1.8万人接受了民意测验。

  2. Audiences were going to be polled on which of three pieces of contemporary music they liked best...

    将对观众进行民意调查,询问他们在3部当代音乐作品中最喜欢哪一部。

  3. More than 70 per cent of those polled said that they approved of his record as president.

    超过70%的被调查者称对他总统任期的政绩表示满意。

3
政治选举;大选;投票地点
The polls means an election for a country's government, or the place where people go to vote in an election.
  1. In 1945, Winston Churchill was defeated at the polls...

    温斯顿·丘吉尔在1945年的大选中被击败。

  2. Voters are due to go to the polls on Sunday to elect a new president...

    选民应于星期日前往投票站选举新总统。

  3. The polls have closed in the Pakistan parliamentary elections.

    巴基斯坦议会选举投票已结束。

4
获得(…票数)
If a political party or a candidate polls a particular number or percentage of votes, they get that number or percentage of votes in an election.
  1. It was a disappointing result for the Greens who polled three percent...

    这个结果让绿党感到失望,他们只获得了3%的选票。

  2. The result showed he had polled enough votes to force a second ballot.

    结果显示,他已获得了足够把对手拖入二次投票的票数。

poll用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
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
2
进行民意测验
to carry out/conduct a poll
3
最近的调查反映民意有了出人意表的变化。
A recent poll suggests some surprising changes in public opinion.
4
选举投票;计票
the process of voting at an election; the process of counting the votes
5
投票结果将于明天公布。
The final result of the poll will be known tomorrow.
6
英国传统的投票选举日是星期四。
Thursday is traditionally the day when Britain goes to the polls (= when elections are held) .
7
投票于晚上9点结束。
Polls close (= voting ends) at 9 p.m.
8
投票数
the number of votes given in an election
9
工党的得票数领先。
Labour is ahead in the poll.
10
他们得到了20%的选票。
They gained 20% of the poll.
11
获得(票数)
to receive a particular number of votes in an election
12
在上届选举中,他们获得了39%的选票。
They polled 39% of the vote in the last election.
13
共和党在最近的选举中得票数都很漂亮。
The Republicans have polled well (= received many votes) in recent elections.
14
对…进行民意调查
to ask a large number of members of the public what they think about sth
15
民调中有超过50%的人反对拟议的军事行动。
Over 50% of those polled were against the proposed military action.
16
以上各词均表示选举或投票表决。
These are all words for an event in which people choose a representative or decide sth by voting.
17
指选举、推选,尤指政治选举:
an occasion on which people officially choose a political representative or government by voting
18
上次选举中你把票投给了谁?
Who did you vote for in the last election?
19
指投票、选举、表决:
an occasion on which a group of people vote for sb/sth
20
他们以投票方式决定谁先走。
They took a vote on who should go first.
21
(新闻)指选举投票、计票:
( journalism ) the process of voting in an election
22
他们在投票选举中惨遭失败。
They suffered a defeat at the polls .
23
指全民投票、全民公决
an occasion on which all the adults in a country can vote on a particular issue
24
指非正式民意测验:
an occasion on which a number of people are asked in an informal way to give their opinion about sth
25
我在同事中很快做了一个民意测验看有多少人赞同。
I took a quick straw poll among my colleagues to see how many agreed.
26
尤指无记名投票选举、投票表决:
the system of voting by marking an election paper, especially in secret; an occasion on which a vote is held
27
领导者将通过无记名投票选举产生。
The leader will be chosen by secret ballot.
28
ballot通常用于机构内部的选举,而非公众的投票选举。
Ballot is usually used about a vote within an organization rather than an occasion on which the public vote.
29
指举手表决
an occasion on which a group of people vote on sth by raising their hands
poll英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
the counting of votes (as in an election)
2
a tame parrot

近义词: poll parrot

3
the part of the head between the ears
4
the top of the head

近义词: pate,crown

5
an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people

近义词: opinion poll,public opinion poll,canvass

6
convert into a pollard
例子:
  1. pollard trees

近义词: pollard

7
get the opinions (of people) by asking specific questions

近义词: canvass,canvas

8
get the votes of
9
vote in an election at a polling station