[pohl-ster] /ˈpoʊl stər/
a person whose occupation is the taking of public-opinion .
a person who conducts opinion polls
1939, from poll (n.) + -ster.
[pohl-tey-ker] /ˈpoʊlˌteɪ kər/ noun 1. a person or organization that conducts polls; pollster.
[pohl] /poʊl/ noun 1. a capitation tax, the payment of which is sometimes a prerequisite to exercise the right of suffrage. noun 1. a tax levied per head of adult population 2. an informal name for (the former) community charge A tax required as a qualification for voting. After the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution […]
[puh-loot-nt] /pəˈlut nt/ noun 1. something that . 2. any substance, as certain chemicals or waste products, that renders the air, soil, water, or other natural resource harmful or unsuitable for a specific purpose. /pəˈluːtənt/ noun 1. a substance that pollutes, esp a chemical or similar substance that is produced as a waste product of […]
[puh-loot] /pəˈlut/ verb (used with object), polluted, polluting. 1. to make foul or unclean, especially with harmful chemical or waste products; dirty: to pollute the air with smoke. 2. to make morally unclean; defile. 3. to render ceremonially impure; desecrate: to pollute a house of worship. 4. Informal. to render less effective or efficient: The […]