civismo


civismo
m.
1 community spirit.
2 civility, politeness.
3 civism, patriotism, community spirit, good citizenship.
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civismo
nombre masculino
1 good citizenship, community spirit
2 (al servicio de los demás) civility
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SM sense of civic responsibility, public-spiritedness
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masculino public-spiritedness
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= civic behaviour, civic mindedness, civic responsibility, civics, civil behaviour, social capital, civism.
Ex. This study tested the relationship between civic behaviour and involvement in the job.
Ex. Anywhere on the planet, the 'library' building serves as a proud monument to the civic mindedness of the local population.
Ex. This program is designed to foster civic responsibility by teaching young people how to participate effectively in a democracy.
Ex. The history of civics dates back to Plato in ancient Greece and Confucius in ancient China.
Ex. In Poland this sort of civil behaviour is perhaps not dead, but is breathing on a lung-machine and has a bad case of tuberculosis.
Ex. The author examines social capital as a theoretic construct with the potential to enhance the understanding of public relations contribution to the organisational bottom line.
Ex. For them, it will be the taxpayers at the end of the day who will have to bear the cost of their lack of civism and responsibility.
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* falta de civismo = lack of public spirit.
* falto de civismo = uncivic.
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masculino public-spiritedness
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= civic behaviour, civic mindedness, civic responsibility, civics, civil behaviour, social capital, civism.

Ex: This study tested the relationship between civic behaviour and involvement in the job.

Ex: Anywhere on the planet, the 'library' building serves as a proud monument to the civic mindedness of the local population.
Ex: This program is designed to foster civic responsibility by teaching young people how to participate effectively in a democracy.
Ex: The history of civics dates back to Plato in ancient Greece and Confucius in ancient China.
Ex: In Poland this sort of civil behaviour is perhaps not dead, but is breathing on a lung-machine and has a bad case of tuberculosis.
Ex: The author examines social capital as a theoretic construct with the potential to enhance the understanding of public relations contribution to the organisational bottom line.
Ex: For them, it will be the taxpayers at the end of the day who will have to bear the cost of their lack of civism and responsibility.
* falta de civismo = lack of public spirit.
* falto de civismo = uncivic.

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civismo
masculine
public-spiritedness, civic-mindedness
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civismo sustantivo masculino
public-spiritedness
civismo sustantivo masculino civility, civic-mindedness
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civismo nm
1. [urbanidad] public-spiritedness, good citizenship
2. [cortesía] civility, politeness
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civismo
m civility
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civismo nm
: community spirit, civic-mindedness, civics
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civismo n community spirit

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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