overcount

 
[ˌəʊvə'kaʊnt]     [ˌoʊvə'kaʊnt]    
  • vt. 计数过度
  • n. 计数过度

overcount的用法和样例:

例句

  1. The 2000 census was said to have produced a net overcount, but still missed about 4m people, 1m of them Latinos.
    据说2000年那次普查在净人数上是多计的,但仍有400万人没有被统计,其中有100万是拉美裔。
  2. Such people, if they vote, are more likely to vote Democratic, so Democrats tend to favour an overcount and Republicans an undercount.
    这些人在投票中多半会支持民主党,故民主党人更愿意多计,共和党人则更想少计。
  3. The ILO is careful not to count ordinary household chores as child labor;nonetheless, in different ways, its estimates both overcount and undercount the problem.
    国际劳工组织作风谨慎,未将从事一般家庭杂活的小孩视为童工,但从某些方面来看,这种方式不但高估、也低估了这个问题。
  4. The ILO is careful not to count ordinary household chores as child labor; nonetheless, in different ways, its estimates both overcount and undercount the problem.
    国际劳工组织作风谨慎,未将从事一般家庭杂活的小孩视为童工,但从某些方面来看,这种方式不但高估、也低估了这个问题。
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