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society

noun (PEOPLE) 人群     /səˈsaɪ.ə.ti/ US  /-t̬i/
[C or U] a large group of people who live together in an organized way, making decisions about how to do things and sharing the work that needs to be done. All the people in a country, or in several similar countries, can be referred to as a society 社會 a classless/multicultural/capitalist/civilized society 無階級/多元文化/資本主義/文明的社會 These changes strike at the heart of British/American/modern society. 這些變化衝擊了英國/美國/現代社會的核心。 There's a danger that we will end up blaming innocent children for society's problems. 我們最後有可能會把社會問題怪罪到無辜的孩子頭上。 We must also consider the needs of the younger/older members of society. 我們必須考慮到社會上年輕人/老年人的需求。 Society - general words
[U] ( also high society) the part of society that consists of people who are rich, powerful and fashionable 上層社會 a society hostess/ball/function 上流社會的女主人/舞會/宴會 Wealthy people
[U] formal the state of being together with other people 交往;相伴 She prefers her own society (= likes to be alone). 她喜歡獨處。 Friends, acquaintances and contemporaries
(Definition of society noun (PEOPLE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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