Translation of civic in Spanish:


civil, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈsɪvɪk//ˈsɪvɪk/


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    (authorities) civil
    (leader) de la ciudad
    a civic event un acto municipal oficial
    • The third civic building is the Central Library, west of the City Hall.
    • Fears that young members of the community are being forced to move away from the town have prompted civic leaders to investigate the issue.
    • Political control, mismanagement and corruption have ensured that civic bodies which provide water are bankrupt.
    • Representatives from every parish in the diocese, along with civic and business leaders, gathered in tribute.
    • The biggest proposal however is for a completely new civic centre to be located somewhere in the estate.
    • Among them were business leaders and civic dignitaries who helped raise £20,000.
    • Being linked to the advertising industry, it comes at virtually no cost to the civic administration.
    • The town needed a new building that combined the civic role of a town hall with the cultural dimension of a small theatre.
    • The situation sparked allegations of unfairness and excessive bureaucracy from the town's unemployed and civic leaders.
    • A market town's civic leaders have decided it is time one of its hidden garden treasures became less of a secret for tourists.
    • Perhaps a few people involved in civic administration might feel more important if we became a city but I oppose the idea.
    • Could a new civic centre become a reality?
    • Now business and civic leaders are wondering when they can expect a decision on the £53m scheme.
    • Administration of civic bodies should be handed over to the military for at least two years so that things can be speeded up.
    • Business, community and civic leaders have a key role to play here.
    • Such concerns pushed civic leaders toward municipal control of those networks.
    • We also had civic buildings, including a courthouse.
    • However packed it gets, this great civic expanse always retains its symbolic force.
    • They were not what people expected of a major civic building in their city or community.
    • Why has a city of 14 million allowed a civic administration of a few thousand to hold it to ransom?
    • The relationship between military and civic virtue is also revealed as deeply ambiguous in these translations.
    • The least satisfactory aspect concerned the civic virtue of locals.
    • Instead, most scholars working on this topic have assumed that civic virtue must be promoted indirectly.
    • What kinds of activities work best as training grounds for civic engagement and why?
    • Whether it a case of laziness or a lack of civic pride is unclear.
    • There is no older civic duty than public participation in the law.
    • The aim of the competition is to recognise improvements made by local communities to create civic pride in their area.
    • Colleges provided the opportunity and social support to develop the habit of civic engagement.
    • But, again, this just seems another public relations exercise when civic attitudes have not really changed.
    • We have to reclaim both areas as civic duty in our lives.
    • It was designed to reeducate the local populace on law and order and civic duty.
    • Materialistic values were far stronger among young people than civic virtues.
    • Some would contend that a sense of civic duty alone is enough to compel people to vote.
    • Great civic leaders of less evangelical eras than ours did not speak of visions.
    • Contribute to community building, foster civic engagement, create a sense of community.
    • You should see that as your editorial responsibility as well as your civic duty in this time of national tragedy.
    • Findings also support claims that civic journalism complements traditional journalism.
    • There was a time when we had a national, personal and civic pride.
    • The priority of the new administration was to be civic pride, something we wanted to restore in the borough, making people proud to be here.
    • They must share an equal commitment to civic virtue in a democratic society.
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    (virtues/education/duty) cívico