a piece of land cultivated by members of a community, esp. in an urban area
A community garden encourages an urban community’s food security, allowing citizens to grow their own food or donate what they have grown.
a piece of land gardened by a cooperative group of people living in the area
Most community gardens are open to the public and provide green space in urban areas, along with opportunities for social gatherings, beautification, education, and recreation.
- Community health
noun a field within public health concerned with the study and improvement of the health of biological communities Examples Community health tends to focus on geographic areas rather than people with shared characteristics. Word Origin by 1856
- Community home
noun (in Britain) 1. a home provided by a local authority for children who cannot remain with parents or relatives, or be placed with foster parents 2. a boarding school for young offenders Former name approved school, (formal) community home with education on the premises, CHE
- Community hospital
noun a local general hospital, esp. for short-term patient care Examples Most babies are born at the community hospital.
- Community language
plural noun 1. a language spoken by members of a minority group or community within a majority language context