society

[sə'saɪətɪ]
сущ.
1) общество

to polarize a society — разделить общество на два противоположных лагеря

to unite a society — объединить общество

He maintains Islam must adapt to modern society. — Он утверждает, что ислам должен приспосабливаться к современному обществу.

advanced society — современное, передовое общество

affluent society — богатое общество, общество изобилия

capitalist society — капиталистическое общество

civilized society — цивилизованное общество

pluralistic society — плюралистическое общество

primitive society — первобытное общество

2) общественность
3) свет, светское общество

society page — страница светской хроники (в газете)

The couple quickly became a fixture of society pages. — Пара быстро стала постоянным объектом светской хроники.

4) общество, объединение, организация

to establish / found / set up a society — основать, создать, учредить организацию

to disband / dissolve a society — распускать организацию

- friendly society
- honour society
- humane society
- learned society
- literary society
- medical society
- musical society
- secret society
Syn:
5) биол. сообщество

Англо-русский современный словарь. 2014.

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