1) общество

Society has a right to expect obedience to the law (must work hard for world peace). — Общество вправе ожидать подчинения закону (должно стремиться бороться за мир во всем мире).

Prejudices run deep in/through our society. — Предрассудки глубоко укоренились в нашем обществе.

- primitive society
- advanced society
- affluent society
- high society
- privileged society
- local society
- aristocratic society
- twentieth century society
- industrial society
- leader of local society
- lower classes of society
- place in society
- cistoms in society
- society of nations
- danger to society
- responsibility to society
- structure of society
- traditions of society
- relations betweeen society and the state
- at the dawn of human society
- adapt to society
- be shut off from society
- be excluded from society
- be no longer received in society
- polarize society
- unite society
- society that is based on private property
2) общество, компания, круг, свет, светское общество

Such words are not used in polite society. — В приличном обществе так не выражаются.

- nice society
- intellectual society
- fashionable society
- debating society
- mutual-aid society
- well-known society hostess
- society gossip
- society column
- society fashions
- society man
- society woman
- society occasion
- society for the protection of nature
- manners approved of society
- avoid bad society
- introduce smb into society
- mix in society
- belong to a secret society
- bring smb into the society of interesting people
- disband a society
- enjoy each other's society
- establish a society
- shun smb's society
- spend time in the society of one's friends
- move in good society
- society was started in 1879
3) общество, кружок, объединение, организация
- sports society
- learned society
- open society
- closed society
- secret society
- dramatic society
- Royal Society
- building society
- local film society
- Bible society

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

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