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survey 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/sərˈvā/,
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surveys, 3rd person singular present; surveyed, past tense; surveyed, past participle; surveying, present participle;
  1. (of a person or their eyes) Look carefully and thoroughly at (someone or something), esp. so as to appraise them
    • - her green eyes surveyed him coolly
    • - I surveyed the options
  2. Investigate the opinions or experience of (a group of people) by asking them questions
    • - 95% of patients surveyed were satisfied with the health service
  3. Investigate (behavior or opinions) by questioning a group of people
    • - the investigator surveyed the attitudes and beliefs held by residents
  4. Examine and record the area and features of (an area of land) so as to construct a map, plan, or description
    • - he surveyed the coasts of New Zealand
Noun
  1. A general view, examination, or description of someone or something
    • - the author provides a survey of the relevant literature
  2. An investigation of the opinions or experience of a group of people, based on a series of questions

  3. An act of surveying an area of land
    • - the flight involved a detailed aerial survey of military bases
  4. A map, plan, or detailed description obtained in such a way

  5. A department carrying out the surveying of land
    • - the U.S. Geological Survey

  1. a detailed critical inspection
  2. consider in a comprehensive way; "He appraised the situation carefully before acting"
  3. look over carefully or inspect; "He surveyed his new classmates"
  4. sketch: short descriptive summary (of events)
  5. surveil: keep under surveillance; "The police had been following him for weeks but they could not prove his involvement in the bombing"
  6. view: the act of looking or seeing or observing; "he tried to get a better view of it"; "his survey of the battlefield was limited"
  7. Surveying or land surveying is the technique and science of accurately determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional position of points and the distances and angles between them. ...
  8. Statistical surveys are used to collect quantitative information about items in a population. Surveys of human populations and institutions are common in political polling and government, health, social science and marketing research. ...
  9. A Survey is a book of fifty-two caricatures and humorous illustrations by British essayist, caricaturist and parodist Max Beerbohm. It was published in Britain in 1921 by William Heinemann and in the United States in the same year by Doubleday, Page & Company of New York.
  10. The act of surveying; a general view, as from above; A particular view; an examination, especially an official examination, of all the parts or particulars of a thing, with a design to ascertain the condition, quantity, or quality; as, a survey of the stores of a ship; a survey of roads and ...
  11. (surveys) Studies designed to obtain information from a large number of respondents through written questionnaires, telephone interviews, door-to-door canvassing, or similar procedures.
  12. (Surveys) From time to time, SWASFAA surveys the membership for feedback regarding training needs, conference preferences, and other Association activities and projects. The identities of individual respondents are protected in order to guarantee confidentiality.
  13. Surveys are another method by which we gather information about our visitors. From time to time, we request visitors' input in order to evaluate potential features and services. The decision to answer a survey is completely yours. We use information gathered from surveys to improve our service.
  14. (Surveys) We may occasionally conduct on-line surveys. All surveys are voluntary and you may decline to participate.
  15. (((surveys))) can also be abbreviated. A proper ((survey)), unlike an abbreviated ((survey)), involves the attempt to describe relevant factors and to omit nothing which is relevant to the issue.
  16. (360 Surveys) allow multiple team members to give valuable feed back regarding the effectiveness of an individual's performance. Results are used to enhance and develop the interpersonal skills and effectiveness of key employees. Sample
  17. (Surveys) A sequence of focused, predetermined questions in a fixed order, often with predetermined, limited options for responses. ...
  18. (Surveys) A survey, also called questionnaires, is a method of primary data collection based on communication with a representative sample of individuals. Surveys are usually descriptive in nature, yet can also be used to provide casual explanations or explore ideas. ...
  19. (Surveys) Catalina Sky Survey · impact event · LINEAR · meteoroid · NASA NEAT · Near-Earth Object (NEO) · Orbit@home · Palermo Scale · Sentry · Spacewatch · Torino Scale · WISE
  20. (Surveys) Handout a mini-survey at the beginning of a presentation that asks for opinions and knowledge concerning the subject material. A facilitator can use the survey results to make a point, illustrate concepts, and incorporate in the presentation.
  21. (Surveys) If you choose to complete an online or mailed survey, we may ask for some or all of the following information: your name, e-mail address, phone number, mailing address, type of business you are in, product information, preferences, applicable identification number or password, as well ...
  22. (Surveys) Methods to collect consumer and employee opinions about a product or service. Used to collect in a systematic way, information from a sample of individuals. Various surveys to determine customer and employee satisfaction, wants and needs. ...
  23. (Surveys) Mixed Feelings On The Rugby World Cup
  24. (Surveys) Occasionally, we ask users to voluntarily participate in online surveys. Our online surveys may ask visitors for contact information (e.g. e-mail address), financial information (e.g. yearly combined household income), and demographic information (e.g. zip code, age, location). ...
  25. (Surveys) Research conducted by an independent firm and used to support arguments before the US Patent and Trademark Office or civil courts when trying to prove various aspects of trademark viability. ...