- The people in general, regardless of membership of any particular group.
- Members of the may not proceed beyond this point.
- 2007 May 4, Martin Jacques, w:The Guardian, The Guardian
- :Bush and Blair stand condemned by their own publics and face imminent political extinction.
- French: public(fr)m
- German: (t, de, Publikum, n)
- Spanish: píºblico(es)m
- Pertaining to the affairs or official affairs of all people, not just those of a private group; contrasted with private.
- Open to all.
- Funded by the government.
- (context, of a company) trade, Traded publically via a stock market.
Etymology: From publicus
- Dutch: publiek
- French: public
- French, public
- German: í¶ffentlich
- Italian: pubblico(it)
- Spanish: píºblico
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