B2 relating to or involving people in general, rather than being limited to a particular group of people公众的，大众的
The new tax caused a huge amount of public anger.
She will be making a public appearance, signing copies of her latest novel.
Her speech failed to generate the public support she had been hoping for.
The public mood changed dramatically after the bombing.
The government is trying to restore public confidence in its management of the economy.
B1 provided by the government from taxes to be available to everyone公立的，公共的
In the survey, a majority of people favoured higher taxes and better public services over tax cuts.
The prime minister has announced that public spending will be increased next year.
We must stop public money being misspent in this way.
The new government's policy is to transfer state industries from the public sector to the private sector.
It is illegal for public officials to solicit gifts or money in exchange for favours.
A public place is one where a lot of people are.人很多的
B1 all ordinary people公众，大众
Mass murders hold a gruesome fascination for the public.
Companies publish annual reports to inform the public about the previous year's activities.
The garden in all its glory is now open to the public.
The police are appealing to the public for any information about the missing girl.
The company only supplies its goods to the building trade, not direct to the public.
the group of people who are involved with you or your organization, especially in a business relationship（尤指存在商业关系的）大众
B2 in a place where people can see you公开地，当众