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public

adjective /ˈpablik/
of, for, or concerning, the people (of a community or nation) in general
público
a public library a public meeting Public opinion turned against him The public announcements are on the back page of the newspaper This information should be made public and not kept secret any longer.
publicly adverb
públicamente
The minister publicly admitted that he had made an error of judgement.
publicity /-ˈblisə-/ noun advertising
publicidad, anuncios
There is a lot of publicity about the dangers of smoking.
the state of being widely known
publicidad
Film stars usually like publicity.
publicize /-saiz/ verb ( (also publiciseBritish )) to make widely known; to advertise
hacer publicidad (de)
We are publicizing a new product.
public holiday noun a day on which all (or most) shops, offices and factories are closed for a holiday.
fiesta nacional
public house noun ( usually abbreviated to pub /pab/) (etc) a house where alcoholic drinks are sold to the public.
bar, pub
public relations noun ( also PR) the attitude, understanding etc between a firm, government etc and the public.
relaciones públicas
public school noun (in Britain) a private school for students between the ages of 13 and 18 who usually live at the school while they are studying there. The parents pay for the students’ education
Colegió Publico
(also adjective) a public schoolboy.
(in Australia, Scotland, and the US) a free local school that is paid for by the government.
Colegió Publico
public service announcement noun (especially American) an announcement on television or radio given as a service to the public.
anuncio de utilidad pública
public spirit noun a desire to do things for the good of the community.
civismo
public-spirited adjective
de espíritu/carácter cívico, de buen ciudadano
public transport noun the bus, tram and train services provided by a state or community for the public
transporte público
a campaign to encourage more people to use public transport.
in public in front of other people, not in private
en público
They are always quarrelling in public.
the public noun plural people in general
el público
This swimming pool is open to the public every day.
public opinion poll noun a way of finding out public opinion by questioning a certain number of people.
encuesta/sondeo de opinión pública
the public is singular: The public is entitled to know the facts.
Translations of “public”
in Arabic حَدائق عامّة, حَمّامات عامّة, نَقْل عام…
in Korean 공중 -, 여론…
in Malaysian awam, terbuka, org ramai…
in French public…
in Italian pubblico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人們, 民眾的,大眾的…
in Vietnamese công khai, công luận, công cộng…
in Portuguese público…
in Thai สาธารณะ…
in German öffentlich…
in Catalan públic…
in Indonesian publik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人们, 公众的,大众的…
(Definition of public from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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