Adjective: социальный общественный светский общительный
Noun: вечеринка встреча собрание соцстрах


social contacts - связи в обществе

cutbacks on social security spending. - сокращение расходов на социальное обеспечение.

social dialect - диалект определённого слоя общества, социолект

social and political earthquakes - социальные и политические потрясения

social elite - сливки общества

social evolution - развитие общества

social expenditure - затраты на общественные нужды

social fabric - общественное устройство

social and economic factors - социальные и экономические факторы

social ferment - брожение в обществе

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He is on the social. - Он живёт на пособие.

The old social order has gone forever. - Старый общественный порядок ушёл навсегда.

At the age of ten I was a social bust. - В десятилетнем возрасте я был изгоем.

He has never been a good social mixer. - Он никогда не был душой компании.

Social drinking may lead to alcoholism. - Употребление спиртного "за компанию" может привести к алкоголизму.

He has excellent social skills. - У него отличные социальные навыки.

Social groups form everywhere. - Социальные группы образуются повсюду.

Most humans are social beings. - Большинство людей являются социальными существами.

She felt like a social outcast. - Она ощущала себя изгоем.

the unspoken rules of social intercourse - негласные правила поведения в обществе

She likes to arrive at social events early. - Она любит приезжать на светские мероприятия пораньше.

Her sister is much more social than she is. - Её сестра гораздо более общительная, чем она сама.

She has poor social skills. - У неё плохие социальные навыки /навыки общения/.

He's living on the social now. - Сейчас он живёт на пособия. (брит. разг. the social = social security)

Racism and sexism are major social problems. - Расизм и сексизм являются большими социальными проблемами.

Economic and Social Council - Экономический и Социальный Совет (в ООН)

Language is a social and cultural phenomenon. - Язык — это социальное и культурное явление.

His wife is sadly lacking in social graces I must add. - От себя добавлю, что его жена, к сожалению, не умеет себя вести в приличном обществе.

Max definitely lacked social graces. - Максу явно не хватало светских манер /умения вести себя в обществе/.

People are concerned about corruption and social inequality. - Людей волнует коррупция и социальное неравенство.

Elephants are social animals. - Слоны — животные стадные.

She refuse to comply with the social worker's instructions. - Она отказалась соблюдать предписания социального работника.

The book is rich with examples of Indian culture and social life. - Эта книга богата примерами, описывающими индейскую культуру и общественную жизнь.

The lack of social life is overbalanced by the amount of money I'll save living here. - Сумма денег, которую я сэкономлю, живя здесь, с лихвой окупит недостаток досуга.

Poverty is a hard-to-treat social malady. - Бедность — это трудноизлечимый социальный недуг.

She elbows her way into the best social circles. - Она пытается пробиться в высшие слои общества.

We must even out the differences between social classes. - Нужно сгладить разницу между социальными группами.

AIDS victims often experience social ostracism and discrimination. - Жертвы СПИДа нередко подвергаются общественному остракизму и дискриминации.

People have shown surprising apathy toward these important social problems. - Люди проявили удивительное безразличие к столь важным социальным проблемам.

Outgoing people are more high-spirited and less anxious about social situations. - Общительные люди более жизнерадостны и меньше озабочены социальными проблемами.

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Связанные термины:

anti-social: Someone who is anti-social is unwilling to meet and be friendly with other people.

box social: a fund-raising event at which donated box meals are auctioned

social bee: any of several bees, as the honeybees or bumblebees, that live together in communities

social club: A social club is a club where members go in order to meet each other and enjoy leisure activities.

social evil: anything detrimental to a society or its citizens, as alcoholism, organized crime, etc

social fund: (in Britain) a social security fund from which loans or payments may be made to people in cases of extreme need

social life: Your social life involves spending time with your friends, for example at parties or in pubs or bars.

social norm: Norms are ways of behaving that are considered normal in a particular society.

social unit: a person or a group of persons, as a family, functioning as a unit in society

social wasp: any of several wasps, as the hornets or yellowjackets, that live together in a community

social work: Social work is work which involves giving help and advice to people with serious family problems or financial problems.

social action: individual or group behavior that involves interaction with other individuals or groups, esp. organized action toward social reform

social change: If there is a change in something, it becomes different.

social circle: a group of people who are socially connected

social class: a broad group in society having common economic, cultural, or political status

social column: a column in a newspaper or magazine that details the activities of members of fashionable society

Social Credit: (esp in Canada ) a right-wing populist political party, movement, or doctrine based on the socioeconomic theories of Major C. H. Douglas ; the federal party in Canada was dissolved in 1993

social gaming: Social gaming is the activity of playing online games with other members of the same online group.

Social Gospel: a movement among some U.S. Protestants beginning around 1870, seeking to eliminate poverty, ignorance, etc. by reforming society according to Christian principles

social issue: An issue is an important subject that people are arguing about or discussing .

social market: an economic system in which industry and commerce are run by private enterprise within limits set by the government to ensure equality of opportunity and social and environmental responsibility

social media: Social media refers to websites and computer programs that make communication possible with the use of computers or mobile phones . Social media can take the singular or plural form of the verb .

social misfit: a person who does not conform to others' views of what is normal or acceptable in society

social order: The social order in a place is the way that society is organized there.

social phobia: a type of anxiety disorder characterized by shyness and heightened self-consciousness in particular social situations

social scene: You can refer to an area of activity as a particular type of scene .

social skills: the skills that are necessary in order to communicate and interact with others

social worker: A social worker is a person whose job is to do social work.

social activity: An activity is something that you spend time doing.

social benefits: the social welfare provision made available to those in need

social capital: the network of social connections that exist between people, and their shared values and norms of behaviour, which enable and encourage mutually advantageous social cooperation

Social Chapter: The social chapter is an agreement between countries in the European Union concerning workers' rights and working conditions.

Social Charter: a declaration of the rights, minimum wages, maximum hours, etc, of workers in the European Union, later adopted in the Social Chapter

social climber: You describe someone as a social climber when they try to get accepted into a higher social class by becoming friendly with people who belong to that class.

social-climbing: You describe someone's behaviour as social climbing when they try to get accepted into a higher social class by becoming friendly with people who belong to that class.

social context: The context of an idea or event is the general situation that relates to it, and which helps it to be understood .

social contract: (in the theories of Locke, Hobbes, Rousseau, and others) an agreement, entered into by individuals, that results in the formation of the state or of organized society, the prime motive being the desire for protection, which entails the surrender of some or all personal liberties

social control: the enforcement of conformity by society upon its members, either by law or by social pressure

social dancing: → ballroom dancing

social democrat: any socialist who believes in the gradual transformation of capitalism into democratic socialism

social disease: a sexually transmitted disease

social distance: the extent to which individuals or groups are removed from or excluded from participating in one another's lives

social drinker: a person who drinks alcohol occasionally and usually only in social situations

social drinking: the practice of drinking alcohol occasionally and usually only in social situations

social dumping: the practice of allowing employers to lower wages and reduce employees' benefits in order to attract and retain employment and investment

social evening: a social gathering for the purpose of promoting companionship, communal activities, etc

social history: a view of historical events seen in terms of social trends

social housing: Social housing is housing which is provided for rent or sale at a fairly low cost by housing associations and local councils .

social justice: the principle that all members of society have equal rights and opportunities

social mobility: a person's ability to move to a different social class, usually from a lower to a higher social class

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Однокоренные слова:

dissocial - необщительный
socialism - социализм
socialist - социалистический, социалист
socialite - занимающий высокий пост
sociality - общительность, общественный инстинкт, общественный характер
socialize - общаться, социализировать, обобществлять, национализировать
socially - социально, в обществе, неофициально, в общественном отношении, приветливо
unsocial - необщительный, антиобщественный

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