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civic

adjective [before noun]     /ˈsɪv.ɪk/
of a town or city or the people who live in it 城鎮的;城市的;市民的 The Prime Minister met many civic leaders, including the mayor and the leaders of the immigrant communities. 首相接見了許多市政領導,包括市長和移民社團的領導人。 She felt it was her civic duty (= her duty as a person living in the town) to tell the police. 她覺得把這件事告訴警方是她作為市民應盡的義務。 The opera house is a great source of civic pride. 該歌劇院是市民的一大驕傲。 Towns, cities and villages (general)Local government and politics
(Definition of civic from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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