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civic

adjective   /ˈsɪv.ɪk/
of a town or city or the people who live in it civil, cívico The prime minister met many civic leaders, including the mayor and the leaders of the immigrant communities. She felt it was her civic duty (= her duty as a person living in the town) to tell the police. The opera house is a great source of civic pride.659233
(Definition of civic from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

civic

adjective /ˈsivik/
of or belonging to a city or citizen municipal, cívico Our offices are in the new civic centre civic duties.
(Definition of civic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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