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social

1. relating to or engaged in social services
2. (esp of certain species of insects) living together in organized colonies
3. (of plant species) growing in clumps, usually over a wide area

social

  1. (of certain species of insects and some animal species, including humankind) living together in organized colonies or groups.
  2. pertaining to human society and/or to human interaction in organizations, groups.

social

Pertaining to a group, community or the public. A hot buzzword applied to many products, social implies being able to easily find and share comments and content with others who are related to you in some manner (friends, colleagues, community, etc.). See social network and social networking site.
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Asocial influx of individuals, a number of agricultural crises and a general economic downturn are all playing a role in the erosion of language, community and character across rural Wales.
I and my family recently attended asocial function down south in which the fug of tobacco after the airiness of our own public places was prevalent.
From the visual surprise of the opposite body types they depict to the surreal nature of the mythical scenes they document, these images present childhood as a period characterized by ambiguous gender roles, a tendency toward the asocial, and a dreamlike unreality at once pleasant and jarring.
ASOCIAL media-based alerts service which gives people in Northumberland the latest information about winter weather problems now has more than 13,500 subscribers.
Asocial worker visited the family nine months before Sanam's death, but found no injuries on the little girl, the jury was told.
ASOCIAL time is crowned with a new meeting or two, meetings that can be of a personal or a professional nature and meetings you can be sure will be as enjoyable as they will be productive.
They're not nearly as radical as Bengston himself was as an avatar of the southern California "new artist"--prosperous and beachy instead of abject and pale, garden-party smooth instead of asocial and gnarly, and, above all, automorively well equipped.
ASOCIAL enterprise which provides home care is moving into catering, and plans to roll out its new service across the North East.
Asocial worker told the custody hearing, which will decide if 416 children from the group are taken into care, that at least five of them under 18 were pregnant or have children.
The "position" of the pseudo-autonomous people Kossoff portrays migh t be that of the asocial separatist, who mistakes isolation for radical individualism, or, on the other hand, simply that of the tragic, alienated melancholic.
ASOCIAL worker who hid his mother's death from her family so he could swindle them out of their inheritance was last night branded a "disgrace".
ASOCIAL worker has accepted thousands of pounds in compensation after a young offender sprayed oven cleaner in her face.

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