civilisation

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İngilizce - İngilizce
Alternative spelling of civilization
a society in an advanced state of social development (e g , with complex legal and political and religious organizations); "the people slowly progressed from barbarism to civilization"
Commonwealth spelling of civilization
the social process whereby societies achieve civilization
the quality of excellence in thought and manners and taste; "a man of intellectual refinement"; "he is remembered for his generosity and civilization"
{i} society, culture (of a group of people or a particular place); highly developed social and economic structure (also civilization)
a particular society at a particular time and place; "early Mayan civilization"
civilization
The act or process of civilizing or becoming civilized

The teacher's civilization of the child was no easy task.

civilization
The state or quality of being civilized

He was a man of great civilization.

civilization
Human society, particularly civil society

I'm glad to be back in civilization after a day with that rowdy family.

civilization
An organized culture encompassing many communities, often on the scale of a nation or a people; a stage or system of social, political, or technical development

Modern civilization is a product of industrialization and globalization.

civilization
{n} the act of civilizing, a civilized state, refinement, improvement, politeness
civilization
According to the Russian astrophysicist Kardashev, civilizations can be classified according to their energy outputs as follows
civilization
A stage or system of social, political or technical development of a large scale order encompassing several or many communities, often on the nation or people scale. (ancient civilisations; western civilisation; the Aztec civilisation.) cf culture
civilization
Civilization is the state of having an advanced level of social organization and a comfortable way of life. our advanced state of civilisation. Andean civilization Indus civilization Mesoamerican civilization
civilization
the quality of excellence in thought and manners and taste; "a man of intellectual refinement"; "he is remembered for his generosity and civilization"
civilization
The reflection in humanity of some particular cyclic influence, leading to an initiation; the reaction of humanity to the purpose of any particular world period; concerns the masses and the racial consciousness, while either culture concerns the individual and the unseen spiritual
civilization
a particular society at a particular time and place; "early Mayan civilization"
civilization
The act of civilizing, or the state of being civilized; national culture; refinement
civilization
A persons preferred human society, with its facilities, in contrast to either wilderness, or uncivilised society
civilization
the social process whereby societies achieve civilization
civilization
A country or group of countries with a common cultural background
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Rendering a criminal process civil
civilization
a society in an advanced state of social development e
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Cultures with an agricultural surplus, social stratification, labor specialization, a formal government, rule by power, monumental construction projects, and a system of record keeping
civilization
with complex legal and political and religious organizations; "the people slowly progressed from barbarism to civilization" the social process whereby societies achieve civilization
civilization
The act of rendering a criminal process civil
civilization
The act or state of civilizing or being civilized
civilization
- The type of culture and society developed by a particular nation or region or in a particular epoch: The ways in which people organize themselves
civilization
a society in an advanced state of social development (e g , with complex legal and political and religious organizations); "the people slowly progressed from barbarism to civilization"
civilization
society characterized by developments such as a written language, urbanization, government, and division of labour
civilization
with complex legal and political and religious organizations; "the people slowly progressed from barbarism to civilization"
civilization
{i} society, culture (of a group of people or a particular place); highly developed social and economic structure (also civilisation)
civilization
Collectively, those people of the world considered to have a high standard of behavior and / or a high level of development. Commonly subjectively used by people of one society to exclusively refer to their society, or their elite sub-group, or a few associated societies, implying all others, in time or geography or status, as something less than civilised, as savages or barbarians. cf refinement, elitism, civilised society, the Civilised World
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civi·li·za·tion civilizations in BRIT, also use civilisation1. A civilization is a human society with its own social organization and culture. The ancient civilizations of Central and Latin America were founded upon corn
civilization
An economic engine built on ideas
civilization
A communal understanding; the achievements of a communal understanding; e.g., Ancient Roman Civilization - the communal understanding of the ancient Romans, or what the communal understanding of the ancient Romans achieved: buildings, conquests, roads, laws
civilization
The act of civilizing, or the state of being civilized; the state of being refined in manners, from the grossness of savage life and improved in arts and learning
civilization
humans living together in an organized way
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