turnout

  • 1 turnout — turn‧out [ˈtɜːnaʊt ǁ ˈtɜːrn ] noun [singular] the number of people who vote in an election or go to a meeting or other organized event: • Voting drew a record turnout of 85%. * * * turnout UK US /ˈtɜːnaʊt/ noun [S] ► POLITICS the number of people …

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  • 2 Turnout — may refer to:* Turnout (ballet), a rotation of the leg which comes from the hips, causing the knee and foot to turn outward, away from the center of the body * Voter turnout, the percentage of eligible voters who cast a ballot in an election * A… …

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  • 3 turnout — [n1] group assembling for event assemblage, assembly, attendance, audience, congregation, crowd, gate, gathering, number, throng; concept 417 turnout [n2] amount produced aggregate, output, outturn, product, production, productivity, quota,… …

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  • 4 turnout — index result Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 5 turnout — audience, 1816, from TURN (Cf. turn) + OUT (Cf. out) …

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  • 6 turnout — ► NOUN ▪ the number of people attending or taking part in an event …

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  • 7 turnout — [tʉrn′out΄] n. 1. the act of turning out 2. a) a gathering of people, as for a meeting b) the number of people assembled 3. an amount produced; output 4. a) a wider part of a narrow road, enabling vehicles to pas …

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  • 8 turnout — noun 1 number of people who vote in an election ADJECTIVE ▪ good, heavy (esp. AmE), high, huge, massive, strong ▪ record ▪ a record …

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  • 9 turnout — n. attendance participation 1) to attract a (large) turnout 2) a big, enormous, heavy, large; good; record turnout 3) a light, poor, small turnout 4) (a) voter turnout * * * enormous good heavy large …

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  • 10 turnout — [[t]tɜ͟ː(r)naʊt[/t]] turnouts also turn out 1) N COUNT: usu sing, oft supp N The turnout at an event is the number of people who go to it or take part in it. On the big night there was a massive turnout... It was a marvellous afternoon with a… …

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  • 11 turnout —    The proportion of people who turn out to vote in any election. Figures between countries vary, some showing the proportion of the registered electorate who vote, some the proportion of people over the lower voting age limit who do so. In some… …

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  • 12 turnout — UK [ˈtɜː(r)naʊt] / US [ˈtɜrnˌaʊt] noun [uncountable] Word forms turnout : singular turnout plural turnouts a) the number of people who come to an event Sunny weather helped boost the turnout at Sunday s rally. b) the number of voters in an… …

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  • 13 turnout — noun 1 (singular) the number of people who go to a party, meeting, or other organized event: Despite the rain, there was a good turnout. 2 (singular) the number of people who vote in an election: high turnout (=a lot of people voting): Feelings… …

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  • 14 turnout — turn|out [ tɜrn,aut ] noun 1. ) uncount the number of people who come to an event: Sunny weather helped boost the turnout at Sunday s rally. a ) the number of voters in an election: We re expecting a very low turnout for the local elections. 2. ) …

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  • 15 turnout — noun 1) the lecture attracted a good turnout Syn: attendance, audience, house, congregation, crowd, gate, gathering 2) his turnout was very elegant Syn: outfit, clothing, dress, gar …

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  • 16 turnout — n. an audience that has assembled for some purpose. □ How was the turnout at the benefit? □ The turnout was great. We had a full house …

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  • 17 turnout — {n.} The number of people in attendance at a gathering. * /This is a terrific turnout for Tim s poetry reading./ …

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  • 18 turnout — {n.} The number of people in attendance at a gathering. * /This is a terrific turnout for Tim s poetry reading./ …

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  • 19 turnout — noun Date: 1688 1. an act of turning out 2. chiefly British a. strike 3a b. striker 1d 3. the number of people who participate in or attend an event < a heavy voter turnout > 4. a. a place where something (as a road) turn …

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  • 20 turnout — /terrn owt /, n. 1. the gathering of persons who come to an exhibition, party, spectacle, or the like: They had a large turnout at the meeting. 2. quantity of production; output. 3. an act of turning out. 4. the manner or style in which a person… …

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