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polling place

  
     ( polling places    plural  ) A polling place is the same as a polling station.  
  (AM)      n-count  
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polling     
Polling is the act of voting in an election.      n-uncount   (=voting)  
There has been a busy start to polling in today's local elections...     


polling booth        ( polling booths    plural  )
1       n-count   Polling booths are the places where people go to vote in an election.  
usu pl   (=polling station)  
In Darlington, queues formed at some polling booths.     
2       n-count   A polling booth is one of the partly enclosed areas in a polling station, where people can vote in private.  
When you are there, in the polling booth, nobody can see where you put your cross.     
polling day     
Polling day is the day on which people vote in an election.  
  (mainly BRIT)      n-uncount  
in AM, usually use election day     
polling place        ( polling places    plural  ) A polling place is the same as a polling station.  
  (AM)      n-count  
polling station        ( polling stations    plural  ) A polling station is a place where people go to vote at an election. It is often a school or other public building.  
  (BRIT)      n-count  
Queues formed even before polling stations opened.     
in AM, use polling place     

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