简明英汉词典

in public
adv.
当众, 公开地, 公然地

美国传统词典[双解]

public
pub.lic
AHD:[p?b“l1k]
D.J.[6p(blik]
K.K.[6p(bl!k]
adj.Abbr. pub.(形容词)缩写 pub.

(1)

Of, concerning, or affecting the community or the people:
公共的,公众的:社会或民众的,与社会或民众有关的或影响社会或民众的:
the public good.
公众利益

(2)

Maintained for or used by the people or community:
公用的:为民众或社会保养的或供他们使用的:
a public park.
公园

(3)

Capitalized in shares of stock that can be traded on the open market:
有股上市的:由可在自由市场上交易的股份提供资金的:
a public company.
有股上市的公司

(4)

Participated in or attended by the people or community:
公众参与的:由民众或社会参与或处理的:
“Opinions are formed in a process of open discussion and public debate”(Hannah Arendt)
“意见是在一系列的公开讨论和公众的争论中形成的”(汉娜·阿伦特)

(5)

Connected with or acting on behalf of the people, community, or government:
公众的,代表的:与民众、社会或政府相联系的,或代表民众、社会或政府行事的:
public office.
公职

(6)

Open to the knowledge or judgment of all:
众所周知的:所有人都知道的或公开裁判的:
a public scandal.
尽人皆知的丑闻
n.Abbr. pub.(名词)缩写 pub.

(1)

The community or the people as a whole.
公众:作为一个整体的社会或民众

(2)

A group of people sharing a common interest:
同好者:有共同兴趣的一群人:
the reading public.
读者大众

(3)

Admirers or followers, especially of a famous person.See Usage Note at collective noun
追随者:崇拜者或追随者,尤指一个名人的追随者和崇拜者参见 collective noun

习惯用语

go public
To become publicly owned, by launching shares of stock onto the open market:
公开发售股票:通过把股票投入公开市场而使…成为公众所拥有:
The company went public after having been closely held for 12 years.
这个公司在被紧密地控制了十二年之后,终于公开召股了

go public with【非正式用语】
To reveal to the public a previously unknown or secret piece of information:
公布于众:把先前不为大众所知或秘密的情况公布于众:
The president finally had to go public with the scandal.
总统最后只有把这桩丑闻公之于众

in public
In such a way as to be visible to the scrutiny of the people:
公开地:以一种能被民众密切观察的方式:
“A career is born in public-talent in privacy”(Marilyn Monroe)
“事业是基于在私下公开的才智而形成的”(玛丽琳·门罗)

语源

(1)

Middle English publik
中古英语 publik

(2)

from Old French public
源自 古法语 public

(3)

from Latin p?s
源自 拉丁语 p?s

(4)

alteration influenced by p??s} [adult population] * see puberty
受 p??s的影响} [成年人口] *参见 puberty

(5)

of poplicus
poplicus的变化

(6)

from populus [people]
源自 populus [人民]

(7)

[of Etruscan origin]
[源于伊特鲁里亚语]

继承用法

publicness
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

public
[5pQblIk]
adj.

(1)

公众的
public affairs
公众事务
public opinion
公众舆论
Most children go to public elementary and secondary schools.
大多数孩子上的是公立小学和公立中学。

(2)

公用的
The city central public square is hung with coloured flags.
市中心广场上挂着各式彩旗。
public garden
公园

(3)

公开的
a public scandal
公开的丑闻

(4)

国家的;政府的
the public debt
公债

词性变化

public
n.

(1)

公众
The gardens are open to the public.
公园对公众开放。
"But so far, the public has expressed its gratitude to the students in letters to the Press."
"但是到目前为止,公众已经用书信向新闻界对大学生们表示感激。"

(2)

社会人士;爱好者
The television public is increasing rapidly.
爱好电视的人正迅速增加。

习惯用语

in public
公开地;公然;当众
I do not want to speak about it in public.
我不想当众说这件事。
He's not used to making speeches in public; it's so embarrassing.
"他不习惯在大庭广众中演讲,因为这太使人窘迫了。"

英文相关词典

in public
in private    

美国传统词典

public
pub.lic
AHD:[p?b“l1k]
D.J.[6p(blik]
K.K.[6p(bl!k]
adj.Abbr. pub.

(1)

Of, concerning, or affecting the community or the people:
the public good.

(2)

Maintained for or used by the people or community:
a public park.

(3)

Capitalized in shares of stock that can be traded on the open market:
a public company.

(4)

Participated in or attended by the people or community:
“Opinions are formed in a process of open discussion and public debate”(Hannah Arendt)

(5)

Connected with or acting on behalf of the people, community, or government:
public office.

(6)

Open to the knowledge or judgment of all:
a public scandal.
n.Abbr. pub.

(1)

The community or the people as a whole.

(2)

A group of people sharing a common interest:
the reading public.

(3)

Admirers or followers, especially of a famous person.See Usage Note at collective noun

习惯用语

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.

go public withInformal
To reveal to the public a previously unknown or secret piece of information:
The president finally had to go public with the scandal.

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)

语源

(1)

Middle English publik

(2)

from Old French public

(3)

from Latin p?s

(4)

alteration influenced by p??s} [adult population] * see puberty

(5)

of poplicus

(6)

from populus [people]

(7)

[of Etruscan origin]

继承用法

publicness
n.

英汉法学大词典

in public
当众

英汉航海大词典

in public
prep.公开地,公开

英汉化学大词典

in public
adv.公开地

英汉计算机大词典

in public
adv.公开地

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