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The Definition of - survey (noun)

    verb (used with object)
    1.
    to take a general or comprehensive view of or appraise, as a situation, area of study, etc.
    2.
    to view in detail, especially to inspect, examine, or appraise formally or officially in order to ascertain condition, value, etc.
    3.
    to conduct a survey of or among:
    to survey TV viewers.
    4.
    to determine the exact form, boundaries, position, extent, etc., of (a tract of land, section of a country, etc.) by linear and angular measurements and the application of the principles of geometry and trigonometry.
    verb (used without object)
    5.
    to survey land; practice surveying.
    noun, plural surveys.
    6.
    an act or instance of surveying or of taking a comprehensive view of something:
    The course is a survey of Italian painting.
    7.
    a formal or official examination of the particulars of something, made in order to ascertain condition, character, etc.
    8.
    a statement or description embodying the result of this:
    They presented their survey to the board of directors.
    9.
    a sampling, or partial collection, of facts, figures, or opinions taken and used to approximate or indicate what a complete collection and analysis might reveal:
    The survey showed the percentage of the population that planned to vote.
    10.
    the act of determining the exact form, boundaries, position, etc., as of a tract of land or section of a country, by linear measurements, angular measurements, etc.
    11.
    the plan or description resulting from such an operation.
    12.
    an agency for making determinations:
    U.S. Geological Survey.

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Word Origin & History of - survey

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