(n.) = survey ; poll ; survey questionnaire. Ex: Indicative abstracts abound in phrases such as 'is discussed' or 'has been surveyed', but do not record the outcome of the discussion or survey. Ex: The results of these polls can often be used as a basis for further information action. Ex: The survey questionnaires and methodology were pilot-tested late in 81. ---- * encuesta judicial = inquest. * encuesta por correo = mail survey. * encuestas = survey research. * encuesta sobre el uso del tiempo = time-use survey. * metodología para la realización de encuestas = survey methodology. * rellenar una encuesta = fill out + a survey. * resultados de las encuestas = poll ratings. (v.) = survey ; poll. Ex: Chapters 7 and 8 introduced the problems associated with author cataloguing and have surveyed the purpose of cataloguing codes. Ex: College freshman enrolled in English composition classes were polled to determine their attitudes towards two different methods of bibliographic instruction: the lecture-discussion practicum and the workbook.