an accountant whose services are available to the public at large, in contrast to one employed on a full-time basis by a company.
- Public-address system
[puhb-lik-uh-dres] /ˈpʌb lɪk əˈdrɛs/ noun 1. a combination of electronic devices that makes sound audible via loudspeakers to many people, as in an auditorium or out of doors. public-address system noun 1. a system of one or more microphones, amplifiers, and loudspeakers for increasing the sound level of speech or music, used in auditoriums, public […]
noun 1. the implementation of public policy, largely by the executive branch. 2. a field of study preparing persons for careers in such work.
noun 1. an official of a city, county, or state government. 2. a person appointed to administer the estate of a deceased person, especially during the period when a will is being contested.
noun, (used with a singular or plural verb) 1. matters of general interest or concern, especially those dealing with current social or political issues.
noun 1. Chiefly British. a person who owns or manages a tavern; the keeper of a pub. 2. Roman History. a person who collected public taxes. 3. any collector of taxes, tolls, tribute, or the like. noun 1. (in Britain) a person who keeps a public house 2. (in ancient Rome) a public contractor, esp […]