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Определение на английском “community”

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community

noun [C/U]  /kəˈmju·nɪ·t̬i/ us  
all the people who live in a particular area, or a group of people who are considered as a unit because of their shared interests or background: [C] the scientific community [C] Bus fares were raised despite the protests of the community. [U] There’s a real sense of community (= caring and friendly feeling) in this neighborhood. biology A community is also all the various living things that live in a particular area. The community is sometimes used to mean society in general: [U] She believed that the greatest goal in life was to serve the community.
Переводы “community”
на корейский 사회, 공동체, 단체…
на арабский مُجْتَمَع, جَماعة, جالية…
на французский communauté, collectivité…
на турецкий toplum, ahali, topluluk…
на итальянский comunità…
на китайский (традиционный) 社區, 群體, 社團,團體,界…
на русский населенный пункт, община…
на польский społeczność, środowisko…
на испанский comunidad, colectividad…
на португальский comunidade, colônia…
на немецкий die Gemeinschaft, das Gemeinwesen…
на каталонский comunitat…
на японский 地域, (利害、宗教、国籍などが同じ人たちの)社会…
на китайский (упрощенный) 社区, 群体, 社团,团体,界…
(Definition of community from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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