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English - Etymology

From Middle French _social_, from Latin _sociālis_ (“of or belonging to a companion or companionship or association, social”), from _socius_ (“a companion, fellow, partner, associate, ally”), from _sequor_ (“follow”). Cognate with English _seg_ (“man, companion, fellow”). More at seg.

From Middle French social, from Latin sociālis (of or belonging to a companion or companionship or association, social), from socius (a companion, fellow, partner, associate, ally), from sequor (follow). Cognate with English seg (man, companion, fellow). More at seg.

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* IPA(key): /səʊʃl̩/ * Rhymes: -əʊʃəl

  • IPA(key): /səʊʃl̩/
  • Rhymes: -əʊʃəl

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SOCIAL (_plural_ SOCIALS) * A festive gathering to foster introductions. _They organized a SOCIAL at the dance club to get people to know each other._ * (Canadian Prairies) A dance held to raise money for a couple to be married. * (UK, colloquial) Abbreviation of _social security benefit_., the UK government department responsible for administering such welfare benefit, for its employees. Fred hated going down to the SOCIAL to sign on. * (US, colloquial) Abbreviation of _social security number_. What's your SOCIAL? * (dated, Ireland) A dinner dance event, usually held annually by a company or sporting club. TRANSLATIONS

social (plural socials)

  1. A festive gathering to foster introductions.
    They organized a social at the dance club to get people to know each other.
  2. (Canadian Prairies) A dance held to raise money for a couple to be married.
  3. (UK, colloquial) Abbreviation of social security benefit., the UK government department responsible for administering such welfare benefit, for its employees.
    Fred hated going down to the social to sign on.
  4. (US, colloquial) Abbreviation of social security number.
    What's your social?
  5. (dated, Ireland) A dinner dance event, usually held annually by a company or sporting club.

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SOCIAL (_comparative_ MORE SOCIAL, _superlative_ MOST SOCIAL) * Being extroverted or outgoing. _James is a very SOCIAL guy; he knows lots of people._ * Of or relating to society. _Teresa feels uncomfortable in certain SOCIAL situations._ _Unemployment is a SOCIAL problem._ * (Internet) Relating to social media or social networks. _SOCIAL gaming_ * (rare) Relating to a nation's allies (compare the Social War) * (botany, zoology) Cooperating or growing in groups. _a SOCIAL insect_ ANTONYMS * antisocial * unsocial * asocial DERIVED TERMS RELATED TERMS * sociality TRANSLATIONS

social (comparative more social, superlative most social)

  1. Being extroverted or outgoing.
    James is a very social guy; he knows lots of people.
  2. Of or relating to society.
    Teresa feels uncomfortable in certain social situations.
    Unemployment is a social problem.
  3. (Internet) Relating to social media or social networks.
    social gaming
  4. (rare) Relating to a nation's allies (compare the Social War)
  5. (botany, zoology) Cooperating or growing in groups.
    a social insect

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English - External Links

* social in _Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary_, G. & C. Merriam, 1913 * social in _The Century Dictionary_, The Century Co., New York, 1911

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Asturian - Etymology

From Latin _sociālis_.

From Latin sociālis.

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Asturian - Adjective

SOCIAL (_epicene_, _plural_ SOCIALES) * social

social (epicene, plural sociales)

  1. social

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Catalan - Etymology

From Latin _sociālis_.

From Latin sociālis.

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Catalan - Adjective

SOCIAL

social

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French - Etymology

From Latin _sociālis_ (“of or belonging to a companion, companionship or association, social”), from _socius_ (“a companion, ally”).

From Latin sociālis (of or belonging to a companion, companionship or association, social), from socius (a companion, ally).

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French - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /sɔ.sjal/ * Homophones: sociale, sociales * Hyphenation: so‧cial

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SOCIAL m (_feminine_ SOCIALE, _masculine plural_ SOCIAUX, _feminine plural_ SOCIALES) * social, related to society, community _Un devoir SOCIAL._ _A SOCIAL obligation._ * social, living in society _l'homme est un animal SOCIAL._ _Man is a SOCIAL animal._ * mundane, related to social life Était-ce parce que la vie SOCIALE de Gilberte devait présenter les mêmes contrastes que celle de Swann

social m (feminine sociale, masculine plural sociaux, feminine plural sociales)

  1. social, related to society, community
    Un devoir social.
    A social obligation.
  2. social, living in society
    l'homme est un animal social.
    Man is a social animal.
  3. mundane, related to social life
    Était-ce parce que la vie sociale de Gilberte devait présenter les mêmes contrastes que celle de Swann

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French - Noun

SOCIAL

social

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French - External Links

* “social” in _le Trésor de la langue française informatisé_ (_The Digitized Treasury of the French Language_).

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Galician - Etymology

From Latin _sociālis_.

From Latin sociālis.

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Galician - Adjective

SOCIAL m, f (_plural_ SOCIAIS) * social DERIVED TERMS * socializar * socialmente

social m, f (plural sociais)

  1. social

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Middle French - Etymology

First known attestation 1355, borrowing from Latin _sociālis_.

First known attestation 1355, borrowing from Latin sociālis.

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Middle French - Adjective

SOCIAL m (_feminine singular_ SOCIALE, _masculine plural_ SOCIAULX, _feminine plural_ SOCIALES) * allied (on the same side) * social (tending to spend time with others) DESCENDANTS * English: social (borrowed) * French: social

social m (feminine singular sociale, masculine plural sociaulx, feminine plural sociales)

  1. allied (on the same side)
  2. social (tending to spend time with others)

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Middle French - References

* ^ “social” in _le Trésor de la langue française informatisé_ (_The Digitized Treasury of the French Language_). * Godefroy, Frédéric, _Dictionnaire de l'ancienne langue française et de tous ses dialectes du IXe au XVe siècle (1881)_

  1. ^ “social” in le Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).

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Portuguese - Etymology

From Latin _sociālis_.

From Latin sociālis.

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Portuguese - Pronunciation

* (Portugal) IPA(key): /su.ˈsjaɫ/

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Portuguese - Adjective

SOCIAL

social

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Spanish - Etymology

From Latin _sociālis_ (“of or belonging to a companion, companionship or association, social”), from _socius_ (“a companion, ally”).

From Latin sociālis (of or belonging to a companion, companionship or association, social), from socius (a companion, ally).

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Spanish - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): [so̞θi.äl]

  • IPA(key): [so̞θi.äl]

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Spanish - Adjective

SOCIAL

social

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Swedish - Adjective

SOCIAL * (not comparable) SOCIAL, pertaining to living conditions and society (of an issue) * social, kind, friendly, welcoming (of a person) DECLENSION RELATED TERMS * antisocial * asocial * socialbidrag * socialfall * socialisering * socialism * socialist * socialkontor

social

  1. (not comparable) social, pertaining to living conditions and society (of an issue)
  2. social, kind, friendly, welcoming (of a person)

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