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community relationsnoun [plural]

uk   us   SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
the ​relationship that a ​company, ​organization, etc. has with the ​people who ​live in the ​area in which it ​operates: "Great ​communityrelations are ​part of the team's ​marketingplan," Carter said. A comprehensive ​communityrelationsprogram can ​help any ​organizationachievevisibility within its ​community.build/improve community relations Their problem is how to ​buildcommunityrelations when they are only able to ​employ a ​smallproportion of the ​localpopulation.
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