noun, plural públicos
[poo-bli-kohz; Spanish poo-vlee-kaws] /ˈpu blɪˌkoʊz; Spanish ˈpu vliˌkɔs/ (Show IPA)
(especially in Puerto Rico) a taxi that picks up and discharges passengers along a fixed route.
pro bono publico
[proh boh-noh poo-bli-koh; English proh boh-noh puhb-li-koh] /proʊ ˈboʊ noʊ ˈpu blɪˌkoʊ; English proʊ ˈboʊ noʊ ˈpʌb lɪˌkoʊ/
adverb, Latin.
for the public good or welfare.
pro bono publico
/ˈprəʊ ˈbəʊnəʊ ˈpʊblɪkəʊ/
for the public good

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