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Translation of "canvass" - English-Spanish dictionary

canvass

verb   /ˈkæn.vəs/
to try to get political support or votes, especially by visiting all the houses in an area hacer campaña entre I’ve been out canvassing for the Labour Party every evening this week.139
to try to discover information or opinions by asking people sondear The council has been canvassing local opinion/local people to get their thoughts on the proposed housing development.1167
UK formal to suggest an idea or plan to be considered proponer Wind and wave power are now being seriously canvassed as the solution to our energy problems.1161
canvass noun   canvasser noun   /ˈkæn.və.sər/
(Definition of canvass from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

canvass

verb /ˈkӕnvəs/
to go round (an area) asking (people) for (support, votes, custom etc) hacer propaganda, hacer campaña We’re canvassing for the Conservative Party candidate.
canvasser noun
persona que hace campaña a favor de un partido electoral canvassers for the Labour party.
(Definition of canvass from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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