Spanish translation of “social”
social adjective /ˈsəuʃəl/
› concerning or belonging to the way of life and welfare of people in a community
social problems. › concerning the system by which such a community is organized
social class. › living in communities
Ants are social insects. › concerning the gathering together of people for the purposes of recreation or amusement
a social club His reasons for calling were purely social. socialism noun › the belief or theory that a country’s wealth (its land, mines, industries, railway/railroads etc) should belong to the people as a whole, not to private owners
radical socialism. socialist noun › a person who believes in and/or practises socialism.
socialize verb ( (also socialiseBritish)) › to mix socially (eg with guests at a party etc)
relacionarse, mezclarse con la gente
She enjoys socializing and making new friends. socially adverb › in a social way
I’ve seen him at various conferences, but we’ve never met socially. social science noun › the study of people in society.
› one of a group of academic subjects connected with the study of people in society, for example geography, history, or politics.
social security noun › (British ) money that the government pays regularly to people who do not have a job or who cannot work because they are too ill or old; welfare
He’s living on social security (also adjective) social security benefits/payments. › (in the US) a system in which people who are working make regular payments to the government, and which pays money to old people and to people who cannot work because of illness.
social studies noun plural › the study of people in society; social science.
social work noun › work which deals with the care of people in a community, especially of the poor, under-privileged etc.
social worker noun ›