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society

noun /səˈsaɪ·ə·ti/ ( plural societies)
B1 a large group of people who live in the same country or area and have the same laws, traditions, etc. sociedad Racism is still a problem in modern society.
an organization for people who have the same interest sociedad the London Zoological Society the National Geographic Society
(Definition of society from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

society

noun /səˈsaiəti/ ( plural societies)
mankind considered as a whole sociedad He was a danger to society.
a particular group or part of mankind considered as a whole sociedad middle-class society modern western societies.
an association or club asociación, sociedad a model railway society.
the class of people who are wealthy, fashionable or of high rank in any area alta sociedad high society.
company or companionship compañía I enjoy the society of young people.
(Definition of society from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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