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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -polled-, *polled*, poll, polle
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polled    (v) (p ou1 l d)

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
得票[とくひょう, tokuhyou] (n,vs) number of votes polled; poll votes; (P) [Add to Longdo]
得票数[とくひょうすう, tokuhyousuu] (n) number of votes obtained (polled) [Add to Longdo]
無角[むかく, mukaku] (adj-no) hornless; polled [Add to Longdo]
無角牛[むかくぎゅう, mukakugyuu] (n) polled cattle [Add to Longdo]

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Poll \Poll\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Polled}; p. pr. & vb. n.
     1. 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.
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              When he [Absalom] pollled his head.   --2 Sam. xiv.
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              His death did so grieve them that they polled
              themselves; they clipped off their horse and mule's
              hairs.                                --Sir T.
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     2. To cut off; to remove by clipping, shearing, etc.; to mow
        or crop; -- sometimes with off; as, to poll the hair; to
        poll wool; to poll grass.
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              Who, as he polled off his dart's head, so sure he
              had decreed
              That all the counsels of their war he would poll off
              like it.                              --Chapman.
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     3. To extort from; to plunder; to strip. [Obs.]
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              Which polls and pills the poor in piteous wise.
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     4. To impose a tax upon. [Obs.]
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     5. To pay as one's personal tax.
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              The man that polled but twelve pence for his head.
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     6. To enter, as polls or persons, in a list or register; to
        enroll, esp. for purposes of taxation; to enumerate one by
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              Polling the reformed churches whether they equalize
              in number those of his three kingdoms. --Milton.
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     7. 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.
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              And poll for points of faith his trusty vote.
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     8. (Law) To cut or shave smooth or even; to cut in a straight
        line without indentation; as, a polled deed. See {Dee?
        poll}. --Burrill.
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     {To poll a jury}, to call upon each member of the jury to
        answer individually as to his concurrence in a verdict
        which has been rendered.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Polled \Polled\, a.
     Deprived of a poll, or of something belonging to the poll.
     (a) Lopped; -- said of trees having their tops cut off.
     (b) Cropped; hence, bald; -- said of a person. "The polled
         bachelor." --Beau. & Fl.
     (c) Having cast the antlers; -- said of a stag.
     (d) Without horns; as, polled cattle; polled sheep.
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