Public

  • 41public — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. popular, common, general; civic, political, national; notorious, known, published; communal, free. See publication, populace, humanity.Ant., private. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Open to the public]… …

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  • 42public — See: air one s dirty linen in public or wash one s dirty linen in public, in public, in the public eye …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 43public —   Lehulehu; ākea.    ♦ Open to the public, hāmama ia i ka lehulehu.    ♦ Public school, kula aupuni.    ♦ To lay before the public, hō ike ākea, ho ākea, hō ike i mua o ka lehulehu.    ♦ To take a public stand, kū ākea …

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  • 44Public — (as used in expressions) National Public Radio New York Public Library Public Broadcasting Service …

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  • 45public — adj 1. general, common, communal, joint, united, collective; national, nationwide, statewide, countrywide; widespread, universal, world wide; ecumenical, catholic, extensive, comprehensive; civic, popular, plebeian, proletarian. 2. unrestricted,… …

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • 46public — Adjective: Belonging to the entire community. Unrestricted in participation. Noun: The people. The populace; the community. That vast multitude, which includes the ignorant, the unthinking, and the credulous, who, in making purchases, do not stop …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 47Public —          CHAMFORT (Sébastien Roch Nicolas, dit Nicolas de)     Bio express : Moraliste français (1741 1794)     «Le public est gouverné comme il raisonne. Son droit est de dire des sottises, comme celui des ministres est d en faire.»     Source …

    Dictionnaire des citations politiques

  • 48public — [15] Public means etymologically ‘of the people’. It comes via Old French public from Latin pūblicus, an alteration (apparently inspired by pūber ‘adult’, source of English puberty) of poplicus ‘of the people’, which was derived from populus… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 49public — 1. publi m. public 2. a, publi, ico adj. public, publique …

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  • 50public — / pʌblɪk/ adjective referring to all the people in general ■ noun ♦ the public or the general public the people …

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  • 51public — [15] Public means etymologically ‘of the people’. It comes via Old French public from Latin pūblicus, an alteration (apparently inspired by pūber ‘adult’, source of English puberty) of poplicus ‘of the people’, which was derived from populus… …

    Word origins

  • 52Public — See: JOHN Q. PUBLIC …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 53Public — See: JOHN Q. PUBLIC …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 54public — 1. adjective /ˈpʌblɪk/ a) Pertaining to the affairs or official affairs of all people, not just those of a private group; contrasted with private. b) Open to all. Ant: private See Also: people, population, pub …

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  • 55Public — See: John Q. Public …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 56public — see one does not wash one’s dirty linen in public …

    Proverbs new dictionary

  • 57públic — pú|blic Mot Pla Adjectiu variable …

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  • 58públic — I. adj. m. (sil. blic), pl. públici; f. sg. públicã, pl. públice II. s. n. (sil. blic) …

    Romanian orthography

  • 59public — When referring to a message, it means that the message is available for everyone to see. See also private …

    Dictionary of telecommunications

  • 60public — pub·lic || pÊŒblɪk n. place that is accessible to the general population; population as a whole, populace; community, group of people with common interests or qualities adj. open to all people, freely accessible; pertaining to an entire… …

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