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turnout

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turnout /ˈtɚnˌaʊt/ noun
plural turnouts
turnout
/ˈtɚnˌaʊt/
noun
plural turnouts
Learner's definition of TURNOUT
[count]
: the number of people who go to or participate in something到场人数;参加人数
see also turn out at 1turn 1
US : an area next to a road where vehicles can stop路边临时停车处;路侧停车带
called also (British) lay-by
BNC: 10654 COCA: 8011

turnout

1 of 2

noun

turn·​out ˈtərn-ˌau̇t How to pronounce turnout (audio)
1
: the number of people who participate in or attend an event
a heavy voter turnout
2
a
: a place where something (such as a road) turns out or branches off
b
: a space adjacent to a highway in which vehicles may park or pull into to enable others to pass
c
: a railroad siding
3
: an act of turning out
4
chiefly British
5
: a clearing out and cleaning
6
a
: a coach or carriage together with the horses, harness, and attendants
b
c
: manner of dress : getup
7
: net quantity of produce yielded

turn out

2 of 2

verb

turned out; turning out; turns out

intransitive verb

1
a
: to come or go out from home in or as if in answer to a summons
voters turned out in droves
b
: to get out of bed
2
a
: to prove to be in the result or end
the play turned out to be a flop
it turned out that we were both wrong
b
: to become in maturity
nobody thought he'd turn out like this
c
: end
stories that turn out happily

transitive verb

1
: to put out by or as if by turning a switch
turn out the lights
2
: to produce often rapidly or regularly by or as if by machine
a writer turning out stories
3
a
: to turn inside out
turning out his pockets
b
: to empty the contents of especially for cleaning or rearranging
also : clean
4
a
b
: to put (an animal, such as a horse) to pasture
5
: to equip, dress, or finish in a careful or elaborate way
6
: to call (a guard, a company, etc.) out from rest or shelter and into formation

Synonyms

Example Sentences

Noun The opening game of the season brought only a small turnout. a 50 percent voter turnout Verb we turn out early on workdays it's our practice to turn out the room after guests stay over
Recent Examples on the Web
Noun
In March 2021, President Joe Biden signed an Executive Order directing each agency of the federal government to evaluate ways to encourage voter registration and turnout. Vanessa Swales, Journal Sentinel, 6 Sep. 2022 Take Your Souls to the Polls is an annual effort spearheaded by the faith community to increase voter turnout among communities of color. Tonya Alanez, BostonGlobe.com, 4 Sep. 2022 Following a Sunday-morning service, churchgoers in Boynton Beach made a half-mile trip north to hit the polls as part of an effort to increase voter turnout in this month’s primary elections. Wells Dusenbury, Sun Sentinel, 14 Aug. 2022 With the midterms slightly more than four months away, Democrats are hoping that anger over last week’s rulings will increase turnout and win over some wavering voters. John Cassidy, The New Yorker, 26 June 2022 The new mail-in ballot system, instituted during the pandemic, could drastically increase turnout. Benjamin Oreskesstaff Writer, Los Angeles Times, 8 May 2022 The system was supposed to be less costly and increase voter turnout. Anchorage Daily News, 17 Mar. 2022 Cayo Cotter said voting before election day became one solution to increase youth turnout. Mabinty Quarshie, USA TODAY, 10 Mar. 2022 Yet by 2018 black voter registration and turnout rates in the Peach State surpassed those of whites. Jason L. Riley, WSJ, 18 Jan. 2022
Verb
Of course, thousands of people are expected to turn out to pay their respects as the late queen makes her final journey back to London. Elizabeth Kuhr, NBC News, 10 Sep. 2022 For organizations like City Ranch, meanwhile, the goal isn’t necessarily to turn out professional riders. Sarah Enelow-snyder, Washington Post, 2 Aug. 2022 The questions can be teed up for consideration during the spring primary, when Republican voters are more likely to turn out than Democrats. CBS News, 29 July 2022 They are expected to turn out at the demonstration at Palisades Park. Los Angeles Times, 16 July 2022 So yes, there is precedent, and a whiff of hope that things could turn out to be just peachy. Michael Silver, San Francisco Chronicle, 2 Sep. 2022 An Athens developer is building what is slated to be Greece’s largest mall, betting that Greeks and tourists will turn out for an in-person shopping experience even as large malls struggle elsewhere. Anne Kadet, WSJ, 30 Aug. 2022 The Brahmas defended the option run well and made a few big plays on offense to inspire hope that this season will turn out different from last year’s forgettable campaign. Zach Mason, San Antonio Express-News, 25 Aug. 2022 But pretending that everything will always turn out well isn’t the solution either. Sam Reed, Glamour, 18 Aug. 2022 See More

Word History

First Known Use

Noun

1688, in the meaning defined at sense 3

Verb

1546, in the meaning defined at transitive sense 4a

Time Traveler
The first known use of turnout was in 1546
BNC: 10654 COCA: 8011
turnout

noun¹

1number of people who vote in an election選舉中的投票人數ADJECTIVE | VERB + TURNOUT | PHRASES ADJECTIVEgood, heavy, high, huge, massive, strong高投票率record創紀錄的投票人數a record turnout for an election有史以來最多的投票人數low, poor低投票率40%, 70%, etc. * 40%、70% 等的投票率electoral, voter選舉投票率Voter turnout was high at the last election.上次選舉的投票率很高。VERB + TURNOUTdepress, suppress (both NAmE) 壓低/壓制投票率That could depress turnout in a few states.這可能會抑制在少數幾個州的投票數。boost, increase提高/增加投票數PHRASESa decline in turnout, a fall in turnout, an increase in turnout投票數的減少/下降/增加
turnout

noun²

2number of people who go to a meeting, event, etc.會議或比賽的參加人數ADJECTIVE | VERB + TURNOUT ADJECTIVEbig, fantastic, good, great, impressive, large很多的參與人數;大量的出席者disappointing, poor令人失望的參與人數;很少的出席者VERB + TURNOUTattract (especially BrE) 吸引參與者The concert attracted a large turnout.音樂會吸引了大批的觀眾。get, have到場人數達到⋯I think we will have the biggest turnout we've had for quite some time.我認為我們的參與人數將是很長時間以來最多的。
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0_0: Translations of turnout
  • # v.
    出: arise, come out, exceed, expend, go out, happen
    發生: arise, bechance, befall, chance, come, eventuate

0_0: Definitions of turnout
  • # noun.
    - the number of people attending or taking part in an event, especially the number of people voting in an election.
    - a carriage or other horse-drawn vehicle with its horse or horses.
    - the way in which a person or thing is equipped or dressed.
    * his turnout was exceedingly elegant
    - the ability to rotate the legs outward at the hips.
    * she has good natural turnout

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