poll

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İngilizce - Türkçe
Yoklama

Kamuoyu yoklamaları söz konusu olduğu sürece büyük bir sorun vardır. - There is a big problem as far as opinion polls are concerned.

Kamuoyu yoklamaları hükümete olan güveni ölçen göstergelerdir. - Public opinion polls are barometers of confidence in the government.

yoklamak
oy sayımı
kala
anketlemek
oy almak
şahıs
saylav
tarama
oy sayısı
komuoyu yoklaması
oy verme

Artık oy vermek için çok geç. Sandıklar kapandı! - It's too late to vote now. The polls are closed!

oy vermek

Artık oy vermek için çok geç. Sandıklar kapandı! - It's too late to vote now. The polls are closed!

oylama
{i} kafa
{i} kişi
{f} halkın nabzını yoklamak
{f} kamuoyu yoklaması yapmak
{f} boynuzunu kesmek
{i} oyların sayımı
(Tıp) Başın saç biten kısmı
seçim sandığı
anket/liste/oylama
{i} seçim yeri
gayri resmi anketler
poll tax oy kullanabilmek için ödenen bir vergi
{i} boynuzsuz sığır
{i} seçmen
{f} budamak
{i} kelle
{f} tepesini kesmek
{i} seçim

Şimdi oy vermek için çok geç. Seçim yerleri kapalı! - It's too late to vote now. The polls are closed!

gayri resmi anket
{i} seçmen listesi
seçimde oylar
{i} kamuoyu yoklaması
{i} boynuzu kesilmiş sığır
{f} kesmek
tarama,v.oy topla: n.oy
boynuzsuz
buda/sor/al/oy
taramak
oy
boynuzu kesilmiş
şahıs başına ödenen bir vergi
the polls seçim
sorgulamak
oyunu kullanmak
anket yapmak
yoklam
yokla
yoklamada
oy toplamak
poll interval
yoklama aralığı
poll tax
kelle vergisi
poll tax
baş vergisi
poll tax
oy kullanma vergisi
poll of
kamuoyu yoklamasının
poll cycle
(Bilgisayar) yoklama dönüşü
poll defeat
(Politika, Siyaset) seçimi kaybetme
poll for
oy vermek
poll intervals
(Bilgisayar) yoklama aralıkları
poll parrot
evcil papağan
poll taker
(Ticaret) anketör
poll tax
(Ticaret) adam başına vergi
poll tax
(Kanun) kişi başına vergi
poll tax
(Kanun) fert başına vergi
poll tax
seçim yeri
poll tax
kafa vergisi
poll tax
kişisel vergi
poor poll
düşük oy sayısı
poor poll
az oy
carry out a poll
anket yapmak
conduct a poll
anket yapmak
polling
(Bilgisayar) sorgulama
polling
(Bilgisayar) yoklama
polling
(Bilgisayar) kuyruklama
polling
tarama
public opinion poll
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kamuoyu araştırması
Gallup poll
kamuoyu araştırması
polled
kel
polled
boynuzu kesilmiş
polled
saçı kesilmiş
polling
oylama
polls
saylav bürosu
pollster
anketör

Anketörün yiyecek hiçbir şeyi yoktu. - The pollster had nothing to eat.

public opinion poll
kamuoyu yoklaması
red poll
ispinoz kuşu
polls
{i} seçim yeri
deed poll
(Kanun) bir kişinin mahkemeye başvurarak ismini değiştirmesi
exit poll
Oy verdikten sonra oylama yerinden çıkan oy verenler arasında yapılan seçim anketi
have the name on the poll
Ankette adı var
opinion poll
kamuoyu

Kamuoyu yoklamaları hükümete olan güveni ölçen göstergelerdir. - Public opinion polls are barometers of confidence in the government.

Kamuoyu yoklamaları söz konusu olduğu sürece büyük bir sorun vardır. - There is a big problem as far as opinion polls are concerned.

polls
anketler

Anketlerde iki parti de eşit. - In the polls, both parties are on par.

Siyasi parti ilk anketlerde yüzde beş sınırını geçti. - The political party crossed the margin of five percent in the first polls.

presidential poll
başkanlık seçimi
straw poll
saman anketi
Gallup poll
anket
Gallup poll
kamuoyu yoklaması
declare the poll
seçim sonucunu duyurmak
go to the poll
seçime gitmek
head the poll
seçimi kazanmak
polled
boynuzu
polled
{s} boynuzsuz (hayvan)
polled
buda/sor/al/oy ver
polled
saçı veya başı kesilmiş
polled
oyları alınmış
polling
buda/sor/al/oy ver
polling
seçim
polling
{i} oy alma
polling
oy verme
polls
{i} seçim bürosu
pollster
{i} seçim sonucunu önceden hesaplayan kimse
pollster
anketçi
pollster
anket yapan kimse
stilling poll
dinlendirme havuzu
stilling poll
düşü havuzu
straw poll
(deyim) nabiz yoklamasi oyu
İngilizce - İngilizce
To take, record the votes of (an electorate)
To solicit mock votes from (a person or group)
One who does not try for honors at university, but is content to take a degree merely; a passman
The head, especially its top part

And you might perceive the president and general manager, Mr. R. G. Atterbury, with his priceless polished poll, busy in the main office room dictating letters.

To remove the horns of (an animal)
An election or a survey of a particular group

The student council had a poll to see what people want served in the cafeteria.

To cut the hair of (a creature)
To (repeatedly) ask status of other machine(s) in network

The network hub polled the department's computers to determine which ones could still respond.

A place voters cast ballots

The polls close at 8 p.m.

A pet parrot
Hair

the doctor, as if to hear better, had taken off his powdered wig, and sat there, looking very strange indeed with his own close-cropped black poll.

vote in an election at a polling station
{v} to lop the tops of trees, cut off or shorten hair, shear, take a list of voters, vote, strip
{n} the head, a register of heads or of votes
A term used in early tax records to indicate a person A person eligible to vote
The space between the ears on top of the head
To remove the poll or head of; hence, to remove the top or end of; to clip; to lop; to shear; as, to poll the head; to poll a tree
to mow or crop; sometimes with off; as, to poll the hair; to poll wool; to poll grass
To vote at an election
This is the highest point on the top of the head of a horse
The place where the votes are cast or recorded; as, to go to the polls
a tame parrot
An explicit request to a device for the value of one of its network variables
A mechanism used to determine if an event has occurred by periodically checking for a particular status Typical events include arrival of data, completion of an action, and errors
Most often used for political research in which the electorate’s likely behavior is investigated Often asks "horse race" kinds of questions about candidates or ballot measures
{i} voting, electing; list of voters; counting of votes; number of votes; referendum
{f} trim tree branches, prune a tree; cut off the horns of an animal
the place people go to vote OR the counting of votes
The polls means an election for a country's government, or the place where people go to vote in an election. In 1945, Winston Churchill was defeated at the polls Voters are due to go to the polls on Sunday to elect a new president
used in early tax records denoting a taxable person; person eligible to vote
A canvassing of people's opinions on some question
To register or deposit, as a vote; to elicit or call forth, as votes or voters; as, he polled a hundred votes more than his opponent
Joint between head and neck, behind the horse's ears where the headstall is placed Flexed when the horse is on the bit, it theoretically is the highest point of the neck In fact, the angle and height depend on the build of the horse
A periodic request for MIB or MIT object-class status information sent to a managed object Configurable in some cases by the network administrator via Solstice EM Request Designer SNMP tends to be poll-oriented, while CMIP tends to be event-oriented
If you are polled on something, you are asked what you think about it as part of a survey. More than 18,000 people were polled Audiences were going to be polled on which of three pieces of contemporary music they liked best More than 70 per cent of those polled said that they approved of his record as president
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. It was a disappointing result for the Greens who polled three percent see also polling, deed poll
a combination of personal information fields and survey questions
One who does not try for honors, but is content to take a degree merely; a passman
A canvassing, or surveying, of a selected or random group of people to collect information, or to attempt to discover public opinion The information obtained depends on the makeup of the group selected for questioning-the sample-as well as the choice of questions to be asked and the way the questions are worded
Another word for an election
- has multiple meanings: 1 a survey or sampling of people's opinions Many opinion polls are taken before an upcoming election to try and predict the public's voting patterns 2 ridings are broken into multiple polling districts, also called polls for short People in ridings vote in these polling stations You may hear a reporter say on election night "there are six polls reporting final results in this district "
the counting of votes (as in an election)
The European chub
See Dee&?; poll
To cut or shave smooth or even; to cut in a straight line without indentation; as, a polled deed
To impose a tax upon
for purposes of taxation; to enumerate one by one
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. Polls show that the European treaty has gained support in Denmark We are doing a weekly poll on the president, and clearly his popularity has declined see also opinion poll, straw poll
The highest point of the horse's skull (the occipital crest) In common dressage usage, flexion "at the poll" refers to the longitudinal or lateral flexion of the joint immediately behind the poll
To extort from; to plunder; to strip
the top of the head
A parrot; familiarly so called
an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people
the counting of votes (as in an election) a tame parrot the part of the head between the ears an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people convert into a pollard; "pollard trees"
To cut off; to remove by clipping, shearing, etc
v ,n 1 [techspeak] The action of checking the status of an input line, sensor, or memory location to see if a particular external event has been registered 2 To repeatedly call or check with someone: "I keep polling him, but he's not answering his phone; he must be swapped out " 3 To ask "Lunch? I poll for a takeout order daily "
The broad end of a hammer; the but of an ax
survey of public opinion, as in: The poll shows that your candidate is taking the lead
A number or aggregate of heads; a list or register of heads or individuals
Specifically, the register of the names of electors who may vote in an election
The head; the back part of the head
What Tools would you like to see in the next release? Versioning WYSIWYG Interface Page Caching Better Document Handling Members Areas [ Results | Polls ] Comments: 0 | Votes: 593
the part of the head between the ears
{f} receive votes; vote, elect; count votes, make a survey
The casting or recording of the votes of registered electors; as, the close of the poll
Repeatedly trying a call on a non-blocking socket until it succeeds Example
List or record of persons, especially for taxing or voting
convert into a pollard; "pollard trees"
The sending of an NTP packet from a host to an NTP time server to request the current time The server responds by recording the current time in the packet, then sending it back to the originating host See also ``NTP packet''
Français : Scrutation Deutsch : Fahrzeugaufruf The process of automatically requesting information from a vehicle See also : Poll cycle
poll book
An official register, formerly used to record votes at an election
poll book
Lists of voters and who they voted for at Parliamentary and other elections, before the introduction of the secret ballot
poll books
plural form of poll book
poll evil
an inflammation identical with fistulous withers except that it is on the poll of a horse
poll parrot
to chatter like a parrot
poll parrot
A tame parrot
poll parrot
to speak, repeat, or imitate something like a parrot
poll tax
A tax required in order to vote
poll tax
A tax determined as a uniform, fixed amount per individual
poll tax
         Payment required to vote Some states formerly required a poll tax, but it is now outlawed
poll tax
Fee that allowed one to vote
poll tax
a uniform per capita payment or fee
poll tax
tax of a fixed amount that is imposed on every individual citizen
poll tax
A state-imposed tax upon the voters as a prerequisite to registration It was rendered unconstitutional in national elections by the Twenty-fourth Amendment and in state elections by the Supreme Court in 1966
poll tax
a tax of a fixed amount per person and payable as a requirement for the right to vote
poll tax
A tax levied on people rather than on property, often as a requirement for voting. a tax of a particular amount that is collected from every citizen of a country (poll ; POLL). Tax of a uniform amount levied on each individual. The most famous British poll tax was the one levied in 1380, a main cause of the 1381 Peasants' Revolt. In the U.S., poll taxes were used as a voting prerequisite in the southern states; when payment was made a prerequisite to voting, impoverished blacks (and often poor whites) were effectively denied the vote. In 1966 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states could not levy a poll tax as a prerequisite for voting in state and local elections
population poll
survey of the population, referendum
Gallup poll
Any poll of the opinion of randomly chosen persons, used to represent the opinion of the public

I just new I wouldn't have to keep sending Gallup polls out to Negroes all around the country. And that is how I found myself starting my junior year in Ms. Gruwell's class.

Gallup poll
A poll of the opinion of randomly chosen persons, used to represent the opinion of the public, conducted by or one the companies he founded
exit poll
A poll taken of a sample of voters as they leave a voting station; used to predict the outcome of an election
opinion poll
A poll organized in an attempt to quantify public opinion on a subject
poller
One who registers voters or conducts a poll
poller
One who votes
polling
A technique that continually interrogates a peripheral device to see if it has data to transfer
polling
present participle of the verb to poll
polls
plural form of poll
polls
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of poll
polls
A place where votes are cast in elections

On the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November, American voters go to the polls for general elections.

push poll
a campaign technique in which a fake poll is used to alter the views of respondents. Push polls are generally viewed as form of negative campaigning. The term is also sometimes used incorrectly to refer to actual polls which test political messages, some of which may be negative
straw poll
A survey of opinion which is unofficial, casual, or ad hoc
poller
{n} one who voter, a robber, a plunderer
Gallup poll
opinion poll carried out by taking a sample of people as representative cross section of society with regard to a specific matter or issue
Red Poll
Any of a breed of reddish, hornless cattle developed in England and raised for milk and meat
clod poll
{i} blockhead, clod; dolt; stupid person
deed poll
In Britain, if you change your name by deed poll, you change it officially and legally. a legal document signed by only one person, for example in order to officially change your name
deed poll
A deed made by only one party who binds only himself or herself to the deed
deed poll
A legal instrument which conveys title and is made by only one party
deed poll
A deed signed only by the grantor
deed poll
a deed made and executed by only one party
deed poll
A deed of one part, or executed by only one party, and distinguished from an indenture by having the edge of the parchment or paper cut even, or polled as it was anciently termed, instead of being indented
deed poll
A deed which is ; polled; or smooth; i e not indented: a unilateral deed; e g for publishing a change of names
eve-of-poll speech
speech made the night before elections
exit poll
informal survey of voters as they leave the polling place (used as an early indicator of the outcome of the election)
exit poll
A poll taken of a sample of voters as they leave a polling place, used especially to predict the outcome of an election or determine the opinions and characteristics of the candidates' supporters. the activity of asking people how they have voted in an election in order to discover the likely result
exit poll
a poll of voters as they leave the voting place; usually taken by news media in order to predict the outcome of an election
have one's name on the poll
appear on the list of candidates for an election
internal poll
internal survey which is taken within an institution
keep people from the poll
prevent people from voting
opinion poll
an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people
opinion poll
An opinion poll involves asking people's opinions on a particular subject, especially one concerning politics. Nearly three-quarters of people questioned in an opinion poll agreed with the government's decision. = poll. the process of asking a large group of people the same questions in order to find out what most people think about something
opinion poll
survey of people's opinions
polled
Deprived of a poll, or of something belonging to the poll
polled
" Beau
polled
{s} sampled, counted, included in a survey
polled
Beau
polled
(c) Having cast the antlers; said of a stag
polled
Specifically: (a) Lopped; said of trees having their tops cut off
polled
past of poll
polled
(d) Without horns; as, polled cattle; polled sheep
polled
Having no horns; hornless
polled
"The polled bachelor
polled
(b) Cropped; hence, bald; said of a person
polled
& Fl
poller
{i} person who takes surveys, one who samples public opinion by conducting a survey
poller
(b) One who polls or cuts hair; a barber
poller
One who votes]]
poller
[Obs
poller
] Baex>
poller
One who polls or lops trees
poller
] (c) One who extorts or plunders
poller
(d) One who registplws votplws, or one who enters his name as a voter
poller
One who cuts hair; a barber
poller
One who polls; specifically: (a) One who polls or lops trees
polling
Connecting to another system to check for e-mail and messages
polling
Access method in which a primary network device inquires weather secondaries have data to transmit The inquiry message gives the secondary device the right to transmit
polling
A process in which a device polls the terminals connected to it, asking whether or not they have data to be sent to the host
polling
Mechanism to handle asynchronous events by actively checking to determine if an event has occurred
polling
A control message sent from a master terminal to a slave terminal as an invitation for the slave to transmit
polling
During the night provided you have completed the 'end of day' procedure correctly, details of card payments will be collected via your equipment through a phone line This process is known as polling, and relates to off-line terminals only
polling
The ability of the fax machine to call remote locations and to retrieve any waiting fax messages
polling
- Sending pull messages at preprogrammed rates Often used to simulate push Polling is problematic because if the pull rate is too low then information may be stale when you receive it If the pull rate is too high then you waste time and bandwidth sending unneeded pull requests An example of polling is setting your computer to check the POP server every 5 minutes for new email Your computer sends a message "is anything new? Give it to me"...how about now? how about now?..." This results in a lot of network traffic An application or person that does this is a network hog
polling
Polling is the act of voting in an election. There has been a busy start to polling in today's local elections = voting
polling
Primary link station systematic interrogation of secondary link stations Used to avoid contention/collisions, determine operational status, and determine preparedness to transmit data
polling
The process or collecting call and network event records by periodically contacting a storage device, mediation system or file storage unit and requesting data transmission Can be performed on a dial-up basis or using dedicated data communications facilities or local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs) or the Internet
polling
Plunder, or extortion
polling
Polling is the fax mode of operation where the caller requests the remote answering machine to send a fax
polling
The act of topping, lopping, or cropping, as trees or hedges
polling
Connecting to another system to check for things like mail or news
polling
A communications control method used by some computer/terminal systems whereby a "master" station asks many devices attached to a common transmission medium, in turn, whether they have information to send
polling
The act of voting, or of registering a vote
polling
a process in which the status of devices attached to a bus system is periodically sampled
polling
Polling is a routine that is constantly being performed by your computer It checks each device individually to see if there is any new information or if the device is ready to send or receive data
polling
{i} voting, electing; elections
polling
the action of taking a poll
polling
A method of updating data in a system, where one task sends a message to a second task on a regular basis, to check if a data point has changed If so, the change in data is sent to the first task This method is most effective when there are few data points in the system Otherwise, exception reporting is generally faster Although it has an exception-reporting architecture, the Cascade DataHub can support polling as needed
polling
A feature which permits a fax machine to call another machine and request it to transmit documents Pages must be left in the document feeder or in memory and the polling unit must have the passcode of the unit it is calling
polling
Interrogation of devices for purposes such as to avoid contention, to determine operational status, or to determine readiness to send or receive data
polling
A centrally controlled technique of sequentially calling a number of drops to permit them to transmit information back to a field master or to the traffic operations center
polling
The transmission of a signal from the BTS to the mobile station to find out if the mobile station is still within the vicinity of the BTS
polling
The process of repeatedly testing until a condition becomes true Polling can be inefficient if the time between tests is short compared with the time it will take for the condition to become true A polling thread should sleep between consecutive tests in order to give other threads a chance to run An alternative approach to polling is to arrange for an interrupt to be sent when the condition is true, or to use the wait and notify mechanism associated with threads
polling
A process in which a number of peripheral devices, remote stations, or nodes in a computer network are interrogated, one at a time, to determine if service is required
polling
This is the approach used most often for task management Using this approach, a task attempts to execute during regular intervals Based on its status, the task will leave some sort of marker (a file or a db record) indicating if any dependent task should be executed Dependent tasks must also be scheduled on a polling basis to check for the marker and determine whether they need to run This approach leads to extremely high latency for task startup On average, the time between the original event (that the first task was watching for) and the execution of the dependent task is 1/2 of the sum of the polling intervals for both tasks This means that if the first task is set to poll on 1 minute intervals, and the second on 5 minute intervals, on average there will be a 3 minute latency between the originating event and the execution of the second task
polling
a certificate revocation list (CRL) delivery model which requires the certificate user to request the current CRL whenever verifying a digital certificate One polling problem is the time delay between certificate authority (CA) certificate revocation and CA publication of a new CRL
polling
A media-access-control strategy in which a controlling computer mediates access to the communication channel
polls
plural of poll
polls
third-person singular of poll
polls
A place where votes are cast and recorded
polls
If popularity is equated with goodness, then James Last, Elvis Prestley and Elton John must be the best Fortunately, there are some listeners who are aware enough to treat popularity polls with the contempt they deserve, and not follow the sheep As with political opinion polls, the main function of musical polls is to influence opinion rather than reflect it
polls
{i} place where people vote
polls
the place where people vote
polls
Refers to the polls on the CyberStitchers EGA Yahoo! Groups page These are used for voting and indicating attendance Voting is limited to current chapter members
pollster
A professional whose primary job is conducting pre-election polls
pollster
someone who conducts surveys of public opinion; "a pollster conducts public opinion polls"; "a headcounter counts heads
pollster
{i} one who conducts surveys, one who conducts a poll
pollster
A pollster is a person or organization who asks large numbers of people questions to find out their opinions on particular subjects. someone who works for a company that prepares and asks questions to find out what people think about a particular subject
public opinion poll
poll: an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people
public opinion poll
survey of general public opinion
push poll
pseudo-poll in which supporters of a candidate conduct biased surveys intended to disparage the opponent (the questions are formed in a way that highlights the opponent's faults)
red poll
hornless short-haired breed of beef and dairy cattle
straw poll
A straw poll is the unofficial questioning of a group of people to find out their opinion about something. A straw poll conducted at the end of the meeting found most people agreed with Mr Forth. an informal test of several people's opinions to see what the general feeling about something is
straw poll
informal or unofficial opinion poll
tracking poll
An opinion poll in which the same sample, such as a small number of voters, is questioned periodically to measure shifts in opinion
poll

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    pōl

    Telaffuz

    /ˈpōl/ /ˈpoʊl/

    Etimoloji

    [ pOl ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English pol, polle "head, hair of the head" (recorded in English since c.1290), from Middle Low German pol, poll "head" or Middle Dutch pōle "head, top", both from Proto-Germanic *pūliō(n), *pull-, *puls- (“head, top, round”) from Proto-Indo-European *bōul- (“orb, round object, bubble”). Akin to Danish puld "crown of a hat", Swedish dialectal pull "head". Meaning "collection of votes" is first recorded 1625, from notion of "counting heads".

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