social - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "social" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

social / социальный, общественный, светский
имя прилагательное
social, societal
public, social, community, communal, common, societal
secular, worldly, temporal, social, lay, profane
communicative, sociable, outgoing, gregarious, companionable, social
имя существительное
party, evening, reception, soiree, entertainment, social
meeting, meet, appointment, gathering, bout, social
meeting, assembly, collection, congregation, convention, social
имя прилагательное
of or relating to society or its organization.
alcoholism is recognized as a major social problem
(of a bird) gregarious; breeding or nesting in colonies.
Waxwings are social birds and where suitable food supplies are found, flocks of several hundred birds have been recorded here.
имя существительное
an informal social gathering, especially one organized by the members of a particular club or group.
a church social
Endemic to the South Island, the kea is a highly intelligent, curious, social , and adaptable bird.
It's always unsettling when friends leave: it creates a huge gap in the community and on the social calendar.
Elizabeth enjoys the social interaction, the companionship and the activities.
Binge drinking can cause significant health problems for young people and it is now clear it is a major social problem in our communities.
When there is no cash, there is no social mobility and therefore no threat to the status quo.
We have stated that we support business as long as it retains an ethical outlook with a concern for social responsibility and the community.
Both Miki and I are really sociable people and the thing I missed most was social company.
Money, social status, talent, opportunity and chance all define the contours of our inequality.
For centuries, marriage has been a basic element of social organization in societies around the world.
Indeed, the rural exodus changed the social structure of the rural population in the South irrevocably.