Repolling



noun
1.
a sampling or collection of opinions on a subject, taken from either a selected or a random group of persons, as for the purpose of analysis.
2.
Usually, polls. the place where votes are taken.
3.
the registering of votes, as at an election.
4.
the voting at an election.
5.
the number of votes cast.
6.
the numerical result of the voting.
7.
an enumeration or a list of individuals, as for purposes of taxing or voting.
8.
poll tax.
9.
a person or individual in a number or list.
10.
the head, especially the part of it on which the hair grows.
11.
the back of the head.
12.
the rear portion of the head of a horse; the nape.
13.
the part of the head between the ears of certain animals, as the horse and cow.
14.
the broad end or face of a hammer.
verb (used with object)
15.
to take a sampling of the attitudes or opinions of.
16.
to receive at the polls, as votes.
17.
to enroll (someone) in a list or register, as for purposes of taxing or voting.
18.
to take or register the votes of (persons).
19.
to deposit or cast at the polls, as a vote.
20.
to bring to the polls, as voters.
21.
to cut short or cut off the hair, wool, etc., of (an animal); crop; clip; shear.
22.
to cut short or cut off (hair, wool, etc.).
23.
to cut off the top of (a tree); pollard.
24.
to cut off or cut short the horns of (cattle).
verb (used without object)
25.
to vote at the polls; give one’s vote.
noun
1.
the casting, recording, or counting of votes in an election; a voting
2.
the result or quantity of such a voting: a heavy poll
3.
Also called opinion poll

a canvassing of a representative sample of a large group of people on some question in order to determine the general opinion of the group
the results or record of such a canvassing

4.
any counting or enumeration: a poll of the number of men with long hair
5.
short for poll tax
6.
a list or enumeration of people, esp for taxation or voting purposes
7.
the striking face of a hammer
8.
the occipital or back part of the head of an animal
verb (mainly transitive)
9.
to receive (a vote or quantity of votes): he polled 10 000 votes
10.
to receive, take, or record the votes of: he polled the whole town
11.
to canvass (a person, group, area, etc) as part of a survey of opinion
12.
(mainly US) to take the vote, verdict, opinion, etc, individually of each member (of a jury, conference, etc)
13.
(sometimes intransitive) to cast (a vote) in an election
14.
(computing) (in data transmission when several terminals share communications channels) to check each channel rapidly to establish which are free, or to call for data from each terminal in turn
15.
to clip or shear
16.
to remove or cut short the horns of (cattle)

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