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public [ˈpʌblɪk]  [ˈpʌblɪk] 


public 基本解释


形容词公开的; 公众的,公共的; 政府的; 人人知道的,知名的

名词大众; 社会; 公共场所; (文学家等的)爱读者

public 同义词



public 反义词



public 相关词组

1. in public : 当众, 公开地;


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public 相关例句


1. public的解释

1. The city central public square is hung with coloured flags.

2. They made the secret public.


1. The gardens are open to the public.

2. The museum is open to the public.

public 情景对话



B:You’re (doing your part for/ helping/ helping out) the environment by using public transportation, too.



Apply for a school-(申请学校)

A:I’m trying to decide what school to apply for.

B:Are you thinking about a public school or a private one?


A:I’m not sure. What’s the difference between them?

B:Public schools are usually state funded, whereas private schools usually get their funding elsewhere.


A:Which is better?

B:One isn’t necessarily better than the other. It depends a lot on the school administration and the teachers.

A:I hear you have to wear unifomp3s at private schools.

B:Yeah, sometimes.


A:Where did you go yesterday?


B:I went to play tennis in the public park.

A:How often do you play tennis?

B:Twice a week. How about you?

A:I seldom play tennis. I prefer football and basketball.


B:But it is very difficult to gather a team of players together.

A:I usually play with my schoolmates.

B:Do you like watching football matches?

A:Yes, I went to the Tian He Sports Center for the football match last Sunday.

B:Oh, I watched it on television. It was an exciting match.

public 网络解释

1. 公用的:在这个实例中,People将数据都封装起来,usePeople则使用People类提供的两个公用的(public)方法来设置成员变量的值,以及打印这些成员变量的值. 5) 外部类不能访问静态(static)变量. ___________

public 词典解释

1. 平民;百姓;民众
    You can refer to people in general, or to all the people in a particular country or community, as the public .

    e.g. Lauderdale House is now open to the public...
    e.g. Pure alcohol is not for sale to the general public...

2. 志趣相投(或从事同一类活动、具有共同特征)的群体
    You can refer to a set of people in a country who share a common interest, activity, or characteristic as a particular kind of public .

    e.g. Market research showed that 93% of the viewing public wanted a hit film channel.
    e.g. ...the American voting public.

3. 公众的;大众的
    Public means relating to all the people in a country or community.


    e.g. The President is attempting to drum up public support for his economic program.

4. 政府的;国家的;公共事务的
    Public means relating to the government or state, or things that are done for the people by the state.

    e.g. The social services account for a substantial part of public spending.

...publicly funded legal services.

5. 公用的;公共的
    Public buildings and services are provided for everyone to use.

    e.g. ...the New York Public Library...
    e.g. The new museum must be accessible by public transport.

6. (场所)公共的,公开的
    A public place is one where people can go about freely and where you can easily be seen and heard.


    e.g. ...the heavily congested public areas of international airports...
    e.g. I avoid working in places which are too public.

7. (人物或生活)公众的
    If someone is a public figure or in public life, many people know who they are because they are often mentioned in newspapers and on television.


    e.g. The Archbishop of Canterbury yesterday hit out at public figures who commit adultery...
    e.g. I'd like to see more women in public life, especially Parliament.

8. (声明、事件等)公开的,公之于众的
    Public is used to describe statements, actions, and events that are made or done in such a way that any member of the public can see them or be aware of them.

    e.g. The National Heritage Committee has conducted a public inquiry to find the answer...
    e.g. The comments were the ministry's first detailed public statement on the subject...

He never spoke publicly about the affair...
Every move the President makes is publicly discussed as openly as possible.

9. 公之于众的;公开的;人人皆知的
      If a fact is made public or becomes public, it becomes known to everyone rather than being kept secret.


      e.g. Blair wants any new evidence on IRA pub bombs made public...
      e.g. The facts could cause embarrassment if they ever became public.

10. 出现在公众视线中;为公众熟知的;广为人知
      If someone is in the public eye, many people know who they are, because they are famous or because they are often mentioned on television or in the newspapers.

      e.g. One expects people in the public eye to conduct their personal lives with a certain decorum...
      e.g. He has kept his wife and daughter out of the public eye.

11. 上市;公开出售股份
      If a company goes public, it starts selling its shares on the stock exchange.

      e.g. In 1951 AC went public, having achieved an average annual profit of more than £50,000.

12. 公开地;当众
      If you say or do something in public, you say or do it when a group of people are present.


      e.g. Bylaws are to make it illegal to smoke in public.

13. to wash your dirty linen in public -> see dirty

public 英英释义


1. a body of people sharing some common interest

    e.g. the reading public

2. people in general considered as a whole

    e.g. he is a hero in the eyes of the public

    Synonym: populaceworld


1. affecting the people or community as a whole

    e.g. community leaders
           community interests
           the public welfare

2. not private
    open to or concerning the people as a whole

    e.g. the public good
           public libraries
           public funds
           public parks
           a public scandal
           public gardens
           performers and members of royal families are public figures


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