English version

sense of community

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsense of communitysense of communitythe feeling that you belong to a community community
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sense of communityToday's crowded world militates against a sense of community.These were, first, what human psychic needs does a sense of community arise to satisfy?Collectively taking care of our elderly provides a sense of community in our otherwise competitive economy.A sense of community is a source of satisfaction that appeals to many.There is an indescribable sense of community here.The results highlighted the attachment people feel to their area and the strong sense of community spirit.In turn, that sense of community is what is expected to make New Traditional neighborhoods desirable in this age of isolation.To bring about this sense of community, Eliot includes historical and contemporary Londoners of various social classes.
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