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survey /ˈsɜːveɪ $ ˈsɜːr-/ noun [countable]
survey /səˈveɪ $ sər-/ verb [transitive]

براورد کردن ، نقشه برداری کردن از ، مساحی کردن پیمودن ، زمین پیمایی مساحی ، بازرسی کردن ، ارزیابی کردن ، نقشه برداری زمینی ، اب نگاری دریایی ، بررسی کردن ، تحقیق کردن ، کاوش منطقه ، تحقیق ، نمونه گیری ، پیمایش ، زمینه یابی ، بازدید کردن ، ممیزی کردن ، مساحی کردن ، پیمودن ، بررسی کردن ، بازدید ، ممیزی ، براورد ، نقشه برداری ، بررسی ، مطالعه مجمل ، بردید ، علوم مهندسی: ممیزی ، معماری: نقشه برداری ، قانون ـ فقه: خلاصه ، روانشناسی: زمینه یابی ، بازرگانی: بازرسی ، براورد کردن ، جمع اوری اطلاعات ، علوم نظامی: بررسی

: survey 1

علوم دریایی: مساحی

: survey 2

علوم دریایی: بازدید فنی
کامپیوتر: برآورد پزشکی: بررسی ، سنجش

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- look over, contemplate, examine, inspect, observe, scan, scrutinize, view
- estimate, appraise, assess, measure, plan, plot, size up
- examination, inspection, scrutiny
- study, inquiry, review
Related Words: measure, size, size up
English Thesaurus: investigate, look into something, explore, probe, delve, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. survey1 S2 W2 AC /ˈsɜːveɪ $ ˈsɜːr-/ noun [countable]
[Word Family: noun: survey, surveyor; verb: survey]

1. a set of questions that you ask a large number of people in order to find out about their opinions or behaviour ⇒ poll
carry out/conduct a survey (=do a survey)
We conducted a survey of parents in the village.
survey of
a survey of US businesses
survey shows/reveals (that)
The survey showed that Britain’s trees are in good health.

2. an examination of an area of land in order to make a map of it ⇒ surveyor

3. British English an examination of a house or other building done especially for someone who wants to buy it ⇒ surveyor

4. a general description or report about a particular subject or situation:
a survey of modern English literature

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. survey2 AC /səˈveɪ $ sər-/ verb [transitive]
[Word Family: noun: survey, surveyor; verb: survey]
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Old French; Origin: surveeir 'to look over', from sur- (surcharge) + veeir 'to see']

1. [usually passive] to ask a large number of people questions in order to find out their attitudes or opinions:
Of the 100 companies surveyed, 10% had a turnover of £50 m to £99 m.

2. to look at or consider someone or something carefully, especially in order to form an opinion about them:
She turned to survey her daughter’s pale face.
They got out of the car to survey the damage.

3. British English to examine the condition of a house or other building and make a report on it, especially for people who want to buy it

4. to examine and measure an area of land and record the details on a map:
There were many voyages to survey the ocean depths in the nineteenth century.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. study of sth
ADJ. comprehensive, detailed, extensive, full, in-depth, major, systematic | brief, quick | sample The council undertook a sample survey of primary schools in the county.
regular | annual, monthly, etc. | local, national, nationwide, regional | independent | historical a historical survey of children's clothing
doorstep, postal, questionnaire, telephone | comparative | field | pilot | attitude, customer, opinion A recent customer survey showed widespread ignorance about the availability of organic food.
market (research), marketing
VERB + SURVEY carry out, conduct, do, make, undertake The charity did a survey of people's attitudes to the disabled.
commission | participate in, respond to, take part in 94 per cent of people who took part in the survey said they agreed.
SURVEY + VERB cover sth, deal with sth, examine sth The survey covered 74 species.
ask sth | claim sth, conclude sth, confirm sth, disclose sth, find sth, highlight sth, identify sth, indicate sth, report sth, reveal sth, say sth, show sth, suggest sth A customer satisfaction survey highlighted the need for clearer pricing.
SURVEY + NOUN data, results | method, technique | respondent
PREP. according to a/the ~ According to the survey, many young adults have experimented with drugs of some kind.
in a/the ~ the questions used in the survey
~ into a survey into the state of English in universities
~ on a survey on drivers' attitudes to the police
PHRASES the findings/results of a survey

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. of land or a building
ADJ. full | aerial | archaeological, geological, geophysical, land, seismic | structural, valuation A structural survey of the property revealed serious defects.
VERB + SURVEY carry out, do, make

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. carefully | coldly, coolly, critically Her green eyes surveyed him coolly.
PREP. from I surveyed the scene from my window.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


carry out/do a survey
The survey was carried out by Warwick University.
conduct a survey formal (=do a survey)
a survey conducted by the British Medical Association.
a survey shows/reveals something
Our survey showed that many women are afraid to go out alone at night.
a survey finds something
A survey found that 37 percent of students were born outside the country.
a survey suggests something
Recent surveys suggest that these are the foreign languages most in demand by employers.
a recent/new survey
According to a recent survey, students buy an average of 11.33 books a year for their courses.
an annual survey
Every council will be required to conduct an annual survey of residents.
a national survey
A national survey revealed that one in four 15-year-olds smokes regularly.
an extensive survey
We conducted an extensive survey asking patients to suggest ways in which the service could be improved.
a detailed survey
The author carried out a detailed survey of 32 organizations in Japan and Korea.
an opinion survey
Opinion surveys showed consistently that unemployment remained a matter of concern.
a customer survey
They have begun to listen carefully to their customers, through customer surveys, focus groups, etc.
the results of a survey
The results of the survey have not yet been analysed.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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