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Spanish translation of “survey”

survey

verb /səˈvei/
to look at, or view, in a general way
mirar, contemplar
He surveyed his neat garden with satisfaction.
to examine carefully or in detail
inspeccionar, examinar
She surveyed the map.
to measure, and estimate the position, shape etc of (a piece of land etc)
hacer un reconocimiento, hacer una inspección; (topografía) medir, apear; levantar el plano (de)
They have started to survey the piece of land that the new motorway will pass through.
to make a formal or official inspection of (a house etc that is being offered for sale).
inspeccionar, hacer un peritaje (de)
surveyor noun a person whose job is to survey buildings or land.
(tierra) agrimensor, topógrafo; (edificios) perito
(Definition of survey from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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