public

ˈpʌblɪk

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Adjective: общественный государственный публичный открытый
Noun: общественность население публика общество

Фразы:

business affected with a public interest - бизнес, затрагивающий публичные интересы

public building - общественное здание

public charity - общественная благотворительность

public confession - публичное признание

construction subsidized by public funds - строительство, финансируемое из общественных фондов

public convenience(s) - общественный туалет, общественная уборная

public conveyances - общественный транспорт

public policy - государственная политика

to work in the public sector - работать в государственном секторе

in the public interest - в общественных интересах

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Примеры:

The beach is open to the public. - Пляж открыт для всех желающих.

It is too public here. - Здесь слишком многолюдно.

Don't bawl in public! - Не орите на людях!

Public opinion has become vocal. - Общественное мнение подняло свой голос.

Her trial will be public. - Судебное разбирательство по её делу будет открытым.

He is adored by his public. - Его избиратели от него в восторге.

Public Record Office - государственный архив

He is a hero in the eyes of the public. - Он герой в глазах общества.

I don't like talking in public. - Я не люблю выступать на публике.

We must alert the public to the danger. - Мы должны предупредить людей об опасности.

The public bar was crowded. - В баре было полно народу.

He is a beloved public figure. - Он любимец публики.

It is endorsed by public opinion. - Это пользуется поддержкой общественного мнения. / Общественное мнение это одобряет.

There is no risk to public health. - Здоровье людей — вне опасности.

I'm no good at speaking in public. - Я совсем не умею говорить на публике.

The case generated public outrage. - Это дело вызвало возмущение общественности.

the convenience of public conveyances - удобства общественного транспорта

banks that extend credit to the public - банки, которые предоставляют кредиты населению

The public was lulled into complacency. - Народ тешил себя иллюзиями. / Народ убаюкали до состояния благодушия.

In public he wore a painted smile. - На людях он фальшиво улыбался.

He is an excellent public speaker. - Он прекрасный оратор.

Jenkins is unfit for public office. - Дженкинс непригоден для государственных постов.

Ads help shape public opinion. - Рекламные объявления помогают формировать общественное мнение.

Public borrowing has increased. - Объём государственных заимствований вырос.

She relies on public transport. - Она полагается на общественный транспорт.

a rundown of our public services - краткий список наших общественных служб

Their affair is public knowledge. - Их роман является общеизвестным фактом.

She was elected to a public office. - Она была избрана на один из государственных постов.

a scandalous misuse of public funds - скандальная растрата бюджетных средств

the transaction of his public duties - исполнение им общественных обязанностей

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Связанные термины:

go public: If a company goes public, it starts selling its shares on the stock exchange .

in public: If you say or do something in public, you say or do it when a group of people are present.

Joe Public: the general public

public bar: In a British pub, a public bar is a room where the furniture is plain and the drinks are cheaper than in the pub's other bars.

public bill: (in Parliament ) a bill dealing with public policy that usually applies to the whole country

public body: A body is an organized group of people who deal with something officially .

public debt: the total financial obligations incurred by all governmental bodies of a nation

public eye: public attention or notice ; limelight

public gaze: If someone or something is in the public gaze, they are receiving a lot of attention from the general public.

public law: a law that applies to the public of a state or nation

public life: You can use life to refer to the things that people do and experience that are characteristic of a particular place, group, or activity.

public mood: The mood of a group of people is the way that they think and feel about an idea, event, or question at a particular time.

public room: a lounge or other room that is open to all, esp. in a hotel or on a ship

public weal: → the public weal

notary public: a public official, usually a solicitor, who is legally authorized to administer oaths, attest and certify certain documents, etc

public domain: If information is in the public domain, it is not secret and can be used or discussed by anyone.

public enemy: a notorious person, such as a criminal, who is regarded as a menace to the public

public figure: Someone who is referred to as a figure of a particular kind is a person who is well-known and important in some way.

public goods: services such as national defence, law enforcement, and road building, that are for the benefit of, and available to, all members of the public

public health: the activities and services that are designed to improve the standard of health of the general population

public house: A public house is the same as a → pub .

public image: The image of a person, group, or organization is the way that they appear to other people.

public money: money that has been collected by the state, usually through taxation

public office: Someone who is in public office is in a job that they have been elected to do by the public.

public outcry: An outcry is a reaction of strong disapproval and anger shown by the public or media about a recent event.

public policy: A policy is a set of ideas or plans that is used as a basis for making decisions, especially in politics, economics, or business.

public purse: → the public purse

public safety: Safety is the state of being safe from harm or danger .

public school: In Britain, a public school is a private school that provides secondary education which parents have to pay for. The pupils often live at the school during the school term .

public sector: The public sector is the part of a country's economy which is controlled or supported financially by the government.

public spirit: active interest in public welfare or the good of the community

public toilet: A toilet is a room in a house or public building that contains a toilet.

public works: Public works are buildings, roads, and other projects that are built by the government or state for the public.

general public: You can refer to the people in a society as the general public, especially when you are contrasting people in general with a small group.

motoring public: the population that drive road vehicles

notaries public: a public official, usually a solicitor, who is legally authorized to administer oaths, attest and certify certain documents, etc

public affairs: politics ; the business of governing

public analyst: a scientist who tests food, water etc to ensure that they are safe

public building: a building that belongs to a town or state, and is used by the public

public company: A public company is a company whose shares can be bought by the general public.

public defender: A public defender is a lawyer who is employed by a city or county to represent people who are accused of crimes but cannot afford to pay for a lawyer themselves.

public enquiry: an official enquiry, usually into a serious accident or other disaster, or into planning applications . Interested parties can attend, and contribute .

public footpath: a footpath along which the public has right of way

public gallery: the gallery in a chamber of Parliament reserved for members of the public who wish to listen to the proceedings

public holiday: a holiday observed over the whole country

public housing: low-rent housing provided by the state

public inquiry: an official enquiry, usually into a serious accident or other disaster, or into planning applications . Interested parties can attend, and contribute .

public interest: the welfare or well-being of the general public; commonwealth

public lavatory: a public toilet

public library: a library that is open to the public

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Однокоренные слова:

publican - мытарь, трактирщик, откупщик, хозяин гостиницы
publicist - публицист, журналист, агент по рекламе
publicity - реклама, гласность, публичность, огласка, паблисити, рекламирование
publicize - рекламировать, оповещать, оглашать, разглашать, извещать
publicly - публично, открыто, гласно, громогласно
republic - республика, республиканский

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