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  1. public

    • IPA[ˈpʌblɪk]

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    • adj.
      of or concerning the people as a whole;open to or shared by all the people of an area or country
    • n.
      ordinary people in general; the community;a section of the community having a particular interest or connection
    • noun: public, plural noun: publics

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    • ph.
      become a public company

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      (chiefly in North America) a school supported by public funds.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a notorious wanted criminal: yesterday's public enemies and villains have a habit of becoming present-day cult figures

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    • n.
      the principles, often unwritten, on which social laws are based.

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    • n.
      (in the UK) a private fee-paying secondary school, especially one for boarders: they didn't go to public school his precise English public-school accent

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an act that is illegal because it interferes with the rights of the public generally: it is alleged that the use of these roads by numerous heavy goods vehicles at night amounts to a public nuisance the premises cause undue public nuisance

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    • n.
      a position of authority or service involving responsibility to the public, especially within ... the right to hold public office he has never been elected to public office

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    • n.
      an act, condition, or thing that is illegal because it interferes with the rights of the public ... it is alleged that the use of these roads by numerous heavy goods vehicles at night amounts to a public nuisance the premises cause undue public nuisance

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • adj.
      of or concerning the people as a whole: public concern public affairs
    • n.
      ordinary people in general; the community: the library is open to the public the public has made an informed choice

    Oxford American Dictionary