polling station

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polling station (plural polling stations)

  1. (British, Canada, Australia) a place where voters go to cast their ballot in an election or referendum; a voting station
    • 2017 October 22, Sam Jones, “Catalonia weighs up declaration of independence”, in the Guardian[1]:
      Dastis defended the Spanish police’s actions as they tried to halt the referendum, even though other members of the government have apologised for the violent scenes when officers raided polling stations, charged the crowds with batons and fired rubber bullets.


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