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questionnaire

noun [C] uk   /ˌkwes.tʃəˈneər/  us   /-ˈner/
B1 a list of questions that several people are asked so that information can be collected about something: Visitors to the country have been asked to fill in a detailed questionnaire.
Translations of “questionnaire”
in Korean 설문지…
in Arabic استِطلاع…
in Portuguese questionário…
in Catalan qüestionari…
in Japanese アンケート, 質問表…
in Italian questionario…
in Chinese (Traditional) 問卷, 情況調查表…
in Russian анкета, вопросник…
in Turkish anket, sormaca…
in Chinese (Simplified) 问卷, 情况调查表…
in Polish ankieta, kwestionariusz…
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