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Translation of "community" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

community

noun [C, + sing/pl verb]
 
 
/kəˈmjuː.nə.ti/ US  /-t̬i/
the people living in one particular area or people who are considered as a unit because of their common interests, social group or nationality
社区;群体;社团,团体,界
He's well-known in the local community.
他在当地非常出名。
There's a large black/white/Jewish community living in this area.
在该地区有一个大的黑人/白人/犹太人社区。
Her speech caused outrage among the gay community.
她的演说激起了同性恋群体的愤怒。
Drug trafficking is a matter of considerable concern for the entire international community (= all the countries of the world).
毒品走私是整个国际社会都相当关注的问题。
There's a real sense of community (= caring and friendly feeling) in this neighbourhood.
在该地区有一种真正的社区归属感。
Groups of people
specialized a group of animals or plants that live or grow together
(动植物的)群落
Plants and animals - general words
the community [S] the general public
公众,群众
Unlike the present government, we believe in serving the community.
与现任政府不同,我们信奉服务大众。
Ordinary people
(Definition of community from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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