Survey

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How would I say Survey as in "Please fill our our visitor Survey before you begin your tour through the museum'"

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updated JUL 24, 2008
posted by Corina-Romero

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Truly, I think there are few places that can compete with WR on this matter.

updated JUL 24, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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Thanks for the suggestion.

updated JUL 24, 2008
posted by Zoltán
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Try using firefox argentinian or spanish version which incorporates RAE search.

updated JUL 23, 2008
posted by pisacaballo
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Its is the disadvantage of living in a non-Windows environment using an obscure operating system, eCS. For me, many things does not work, on the other hand, it is a blessing. If I run into an obvious virus and try to use it, I receive a message that it requires Microsoft Windows to run.

So, I will not bring up this subject any more. (I hope I will remember this, being an old f'rt.)

updated JUL 23, 2008
posted by Zoltán
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The period causes no trouble for my machine. I just now clicked on your {"noun."}, and that worked, too.

But I agree that the WR dictionary is far superior to the one at this site. (No offense!) It gives examples of usage, and a list of compound phrases in which the word is used.

updated JUL 23, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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That is true James, but I still have difficulty with words that being next to a punctuation. For example, in your second sentence you have "nouns" and the "double click" function give me translation into Spanish, but at the and of your sentence you have "noun." and the "double click" will not find an answer because it thinks the period is part of the word.
I wonder if it is only me? Regardless, I have WR running when I am on this site.

updated JUL 23, 2008
posted by Zoltán
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nouns (not plurals)

It does work with plurals. Click on the word nouns here and it will take you to the definition of the word noun.

updated JUL 23, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Hi, discovered the "double click" function yet? Just click on the word you are looking for and it will lead you directly to the dictionary and the different "discussions" with the word involved.
This works with verbs (infinitives only) , nouns (not plurals) , adjectives...Try it and you will see.
I hope that's useful.

updated JUL 23, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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encuesta

updated JUL 23, 2008
posted by Austin