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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Of, concerning, or affecting the community or the people: the public good.
- adjective: Maintained for or used by the people or community: a public park.
- adjective: Capitalized in shares of stock that can be traded on the open market: a public company.
- adjective: Participated in or attended by the people or community: "Opinions are formed in a process of open discussion and public debate” ( Hannah Arendt).
- adjective: Connected with or acting on behalf of the people, community, or government: public office.
- adjective: Enrolled in or attending a public school: transit passes for public students.
- adjective: Open to the knowledge or judgment of all: a public scandal.
- noun: The community or the people as a whole.
- noun: A group of people sharing a common interest: the reading public.
- noun: Admirers or followers, especially of a famous person. See Usage Note at
- idiom: go public To become publicly owned, by launching shares of stock onto the open market: The company went public after having been closely held for 12 years.
- idiom: go public with Informal To reveal to the public a previously unknown or secret piece of information: The president finally had to go public with the scandal.
- idiom: in public In such a way as to be visible to the scrutiny of the people: "A career is born in public—talent in privacy” ( Marilyn Monroe).
- general public plačioji visuomenė
- in publicviešai
- public house pub
- public law valstybinė teisė
- public man visuomeninis veikėja
- public building viešas
- visuomeninis pastatas