society

society
{sə'saiəti}
1. общество (и биол.), общественост
2. дружество
the Royal SOCIETY Британското кралско научно дружество
3. рел. орден, секта
the SOCIETY of Jesus йезуитският орден
4. светско/висше общество
5. компания, група, общество, общуване
to be at one's best/to be embarrassed in SOCIETY най-добре се проявявам/смущавам се, когато съм в компания/между хора
to prefer SOCIETY to solitude предпочитам да съм между хора, отколкото да съм сам
6. attr светски
SOCIETY news/gossip/column жур. светски новини, новини за/от висшето общество
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{sъ'saiъti} n 1. общество (и биол.); общественост; 2. дружест
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светски; сдружение; общество; общественост; дружество;
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1. attr светски 2. society news/gossip/column жур. светски новини, новини за/от висшето общество 3. the royal society Британското кралско научно дружество 4. the society of jesus йезуитският орден 5. to be at one's best/to be embarrassed in society най-добре се проявявам/смущавам се, когато съм в компания/между хора 6. to prefer society to solitude предпочитам да съм между хора, отколкото да съм сам 7. дружество 8. компания, група, общество, общуване 9. общество (и биол.), общественост 10. рел. орден, секта 11. светско/висше общество
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society[sə´saiəti] n 1. общество; общественост; 2. дружество; 3. светско общество, хайлайф; \society news светски новини (във вестник); 4. компания; I enjoy the \society of young people обичам (приятно ми е) да съм в компания с млади хора; 5. attr светски; S. of Jesus Йезуитският орден; the S. Islands геогр. о. Таити.

English-Bulgarian dictionary. 2013.

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