noun, plural pú·bli·cos [poo-bli-kohz; Spanish poo-blee-kaws]. /ˈpu blɪˌkoʊz; Spanish ˈpu βliˌkɔs/.
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Origin of público
Example sentences from the Web for público
This they did coram publico in the cart, while the chairman kept us amused.Mystic London:|Charles Maurice Davies
Peter of Blois mentions a law book which he had procured a quodam publico mangone librorum.
She there became a constant attendant on one of those pandemoniums where the favorite game of monte was dealt pro bono publico.
Senatus maestus, tamquam in publico luctu, veste mutata pro eo deprecabatur.Selections from Viri Romae|Charles Franois L'Homond
For the equites equo publico high moral character, good health and the equestrian fortune were necessary.