Being extroverted or outgoing.
James is a very social guy, he knows lots of people.
Of or relating to society.
Relating to social media or social networks.
Fred hated going down to the social to sign on.
Relating to a nation's allies (cf. the Social War)
What's your social?
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Friendly, as said of persons, signifies having the disposition of a friend; as said of acts, it signifies befitting or worthy of a friend. The adjective friendly does not reach the full significance of the nouns "friend" and "friendship;" one may be friendly to those who are not his friends, and to be in friendly relations often signifies little more than not to be hostile. In its application to persons, accessible is used of public and eminent persons, who might, if disposed, hold themselves at a distance from others. Companionable and sociable refer to manner and behavior, cordial and genial express genuine kindliness of heart. We speak of a cordial greeting, a favorable reception, a neighborly call, a sociable visitor, an amicable settlement, a kind interest, a friendly regard, a hearty welcome. The Saxon friendly is stronger than the Latin amicable; the amicable may be merely formal; the friendly is from the heart. Fond is commonly applied to an affection that becomes, or at least appears, excessive. Affectionate, devoted, and tender are almost always used in a high and good sense; as, an affectionate son; a devoted friend; "the tender mercy of our God," Luke i, 78. Compare FRIENDSHIP.
accessible, affable, affectionate, amicable, brotherly, companionable, complaisant, cordial, favorable, fond, friendly, genial, hearty, kind, kindly, loving, neighborly, sociable, tender, well-disposed
adverse, alienated, antagonistic, bellicose, belligerent, cold, contentious, disaffected, distant, estranged, frigid, hostile, ill-disposed, indifferent, inimical, unfriendly, unkind, warlike
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sociable, social, mixeradjective
a party of people assembled to promote sociability and communal activity
relating to human society and its members
"social institutions"; "societal evolution"; "societal forces"; "social legislation"
living together or enjoying life in communities or organized groups
"a human being is a social animal"; "mature social behavior"
relating to or belonging to or characteristic of high society
"made fun of her being so social and high-toned"; "a social gossip colum"; "the society page"
composed of sociable people or formed for the purpose of sociability
"a purely social club"; "the church has a large social hall"; "a social director"
tending to move or live together in groups or colonies of the same kind
"ants are social insects"
marked by friendly companionship with others
"a social cup of coffee"
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How to use Social in a sentence?
I see in industrialization the central problem of building in our time. If we succeed in carrying out this industrialization, the social, economic, technical, and also artistic problems will be readily solved.
If buyers are hesitant to go shopping because they want to avoid contact with others, this could dampen home sales directly, as social distancing is practiced by more people for longer periods of time, a slowdown in consumer spending could eventually lead to job loss and lower incomes.
We've never finished the first wave, we didn't complete that social distancing period that we needed to do.
It's crazy, we can tweet whenever we want and we can use social media and Instagram and make the world a better place, instead of a worse one, which so many people use it for, we need to use our resources and... what we have and make the world a better place for other people, other people, people who need us.
To extract and translocate the amount of coral used to build the saru, as well as the structures and walls throughout Leluh, would have required a highly structured social order that could organize and demand significant labor and logistical support from the population.
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- مجتمعي, اجتماعيArabic
- socialCatalan, Valencian
- společenský, sociálníCzech
- gesellig, kontaktfreudig, gesellschaftlich, Sozial-, sozialGerman
- اجتماعی, سوسیالPersian
- sosiaalinen, sotu, hetu, ekstrovertti, ulospäinsuuntautunut, yhteiskunta, tutustumistilaisuus, yhteiskunnallinen, sossuFinnish
- sòisealta, caidreamhachScottish Gaelic
- szociális, társasági, társadalmiHungarian
- estroverso, socievole, socialeItalian
- maatschappelijk, sociaalDutch
- sosialen, sosialNorwegian
- towarzyski, społecznyPolish
- социальный, общительный, общественныйRussian
- sosyal, toplumsalTurkish
- xã hộiVietnamese
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