French translation of 'turnout'
1. (= attendance)
(at meeting) assistance f
[of voters] (in election) participation f
It was a good turnout. Il y a eu beaucoup de monde.
a high turnout une participation importante
a low turnout une faible participation ⧫ une forte abstention
2. (US) (= layby) aire f de stationnement sur le bas-côté
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First, a high turnout is the best antidote to extremism.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
That might be optimistic: insiders predict a far lower turnout for the mayoral election.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Advisers will point out that a low turnout and a winter poll tend to disadvantage Labour.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
And little wonder that the turnout at elections is so low.The Sun (2008)
Early indications suggested a woefully low turnout.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Eight unions walk out over three days from tomorrow but none had a 50 per cent vote turnout.The Sun (2014)
Eighty eight per cent of people polled demanded a referendum and the turnout was bigger than in the local elections.The Sun (2008)
Forced underground, opposition activists have been waging their own battle to ensure a big turnout today.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
In the last general election she held the constituency on a 58 % turnout with the Conservatives in second place.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The poll also suggested a big turnout in the most unpredictable election for decades.The Sun (2010)
The polls were kept open an extra four hours because the turnout was so high.The Sun (2009)
The result was also a disappointment for women, despite a high turnout of 62%.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The winning margin was fewer than 30,000 votes on a turnout of 56 per cent.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
There were signs of a high turnout - something both camps claimed would bring them victory.The Sun (2008)
Turnout at general elections is too low.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Turnout in the election was astonishing.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Turnout in the vote was only 25 per cent and only 21 per cent of members backed it.The Sun (2015)
Unusually, there was also some sunshine as early indicators suggested a high turnout.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
We fought hard, but the country voted out on a big turnout.The Sun (2016)
It may be that people show little interest in the elections and that turnout is low.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Its policies are set largely by committees of inner-city head teachers elected on a low turnout.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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British English: turnout NOUN
The turnout at an event is the number of people who go to it or take part in it.
On the big night there was a massive turnout.
Translation of turnout from the Collins English to French Dictionary