Associations to the word «Civic»
CIVIC, adjective. Of, relating to, or belonging to a city, a citizen, or citizenship; municipal or civil.
CIVIC, adjective. Of or relating to the citizen, or of good citizenship and its rights and duties.
CIVIC CENTER, noun. (US) Alternative form of civic centre
CIVIC CENTERS, noun. Plural of civic center
CIVIC CENTRE, noun. (UK) a building or building complex within a town, borough or city which houses municipal offices. Civic centres have generally replaced town halls in this role, though old town halls are often still in use.
CIVIC CENTRE, noun. A convention centre, auditorium or arena, generally located near the center of town.
CIVIC CENTRES, noun. Plural of civic centre
CIVIC CROWN, noun. (historical) (Ancient Rome) A crown or garland of oak leaves and acorns, bestowed on a soldier who had saved the life of a citizen in battle.
CIVIC CROWNS, noun. Plural of civic crown
CIVIC HACKER, noun. One who collaborates with others to create, build, and invent open source solutions using publicly-released data, code and technology to solve social, economic, and environmental challenges relevant to their neighborhood, city, state, or country.
CIVIC, adjective. Of or relating or belonging to a city; "civic center"; "civic problems".
CIVIC, adjective. Of or relating to or befitting citizens as individuals; "civil rights"; "civil liberty"; "civic duties"; "civic pride".
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