Translation for 'in public' from English to Russian
SYNO in public | publically | publicly
на людях {adv}in public
Partial Matches
общественный {adj}public
общественность {ж}public
общественный транспорт {м}public transport
уличная библиотека {ж} [общественный книжный шкаф]
public bookcase
государственное учреждение {с}
public office
народные волнения {мн}public unrest
пиар {м}public relations {pl} <PR>
чино́вница {ж} [разг.]
public official [female]
общественный туалет {м}public restroom [Am.]
всенародный опрос {м}
public opinion poll
весною {adv}in spring
на самом деле {adv}in fact
по-шведски {adv}
in Swedish
по-норвежски {adv}
in Norwegian
по-датски {adv}
in Danish
по-фински {adv}
in Finnish
всуе {adv} [устр.] [книжн.]in vain
иметься [несов.] в большом числеto abound (in)
письменно {adv}in writing
летом {adv}in summer
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Usage Examples English
  • The State of Texas has pledged $25 million in public funds annually for 10 years to pay the sanctioning fees for the race.
  • Many of Ayckbourn's plays, including "Private Fears in Public Places", "Intimate Exchanges", "My Wonderful Day" and "Neighbourhood Watch", have had their New York premiere at 59E59 Theaters as part of the annual Brits Off Broadway Festival.
  • The New York chapter of the ACLU defended Billie Boggs, a woman with mental illness who exposed herself and defecated and urinated in public.
  • Influenced by his "favorite living hero in public life" John Bright, Carnegie started his efforts in pursuit of world peace at a young age, and supported causes that opposed military intervention.
  • The rate of corporal punishment in public schools is higher only in Mississippi.

  • He insisted on separate apartments and ignored her in public.
  • In public opinion surveys around the globe, people surveyed tend to think that extreme poverty has not decreased.
  • The majority of employees work within the service sector, predominantly in public administration, education and health.
  • A wave of economic protests in February and March 2011 prompted the Algerian government to offer more than $23 billion in public grants and retroactive salary and benefit increases.
  • Upon adopting Sharia Penal Code, the Ministry of Religious Affairs banned Christmas decorations in public places, but did not forbid celebration of Christmas in places of worship and private premises.

  • Technological research in Brazil is largely carried out in public universities and research institutes, with the majority of funding for basic research coming from various government agencies.
  • Bush's steep decline in public approval was a significant part of Clinton's success.
  • In 1650, the Minuet, originally a peasant dance of Poitou, was introduced into Paris and set to music by Jean-Baptiste Lully and danced by the King Louis XIV in public.
  • Acts reports that Apollos arrived in Achaia with a letter of recommendation from the Ephesian Christians and "greatly helped those who through grace had believed, for he powerfully refuted the Jews in public, showing by the Scriptures that the Christ was Jesus.
  • They are installed in public buildings like the triumphal arch, city gate, and thermae.

  • Widely accepted in Western Christianity, including by the Roman Catholic Church, some Anglican and Lutheran churches (it is part of the Lutheran confessions set out in the "Book of Concord"), and ancient liturgical churches, the Athanasian Creed over time has been used in public worship less and less frequently.
  • He occasionally gave speeches in public to great reception; he had the charge of exhibiting gladiatorial shows and wild beast events in the province, and statues were erected in his honour by the senate of Carthage and of other senates.
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