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polling day

noun [U] uk   us   mainly UK (US usually election day)
the day when people vote in an election
Translations of “polling day”
in Chinese (Traditional) 投票日…
in Russian день выборов…
in Turkish seçim günü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 投票日…
in Polish dzień wyborów…
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