Synonyms of survey in English:

survey


See definition of survey

verb

1‘Jack stood back to survey his work’

SYNONYMS

look at, look over, take a look at, observe, view, contemplate, regard, see, gaze at, stare at, eye, get a bird's-eye view of

scrutinize, examine, inspect, scan, study, consider, review, vet, weigh up, take stock of

informal size up

literary behold

2‘the BBC surveyed four thousand drug users and their families’

SYNONYMS

interview, question, canvass, poll, cross-examine, investigate, research, study, probe, sample

3‘a structural engineer should be asked to survey the house’

SYNONYMS

make a survey of, value, carry out a valuation of, estimate the value of

appraise, assess, prospect

triangulate


noun

1‘there is now a need for a survey of the current literature’

SYNONYMS

study, consideration, review, overview

scrutiny, scrutinization, examination, inspection, exploration, appraisal, synopsis, outline, overall picture

2‘a survey of sexual behaviour’

SYNONYMS

poll, review, investigation, enquiry, study, probe, questionnaire, opinion poll, sampling, census, cross-examination, quiz, research

3‘make a thorough survey of the property’

SYNONYMS

valuation, appraisal, assessment, estimate, estimation, pricing