- Having to do with people and government office as opposed to the military or religion.
- She went into civil service because she wanted to help the people.
- Behaving in a reasonable or polite manner.
- It was very civil of him to stop the argument.
Related to people and government office as opposed to miliary or religion
behaving in a reasonable or polite manner
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civil m, f (masculine and feminine plural civils)
Borrowed from Latin civilis.
civil m (plural civils)
cìvīl m (Cyrillic spelling цѝвӣл)
- civilian (not related to the military armed forces)
declension of civil
- (Castilian) IPA: /θiˈβil/
- (Others) IPA: /siˈβil/
- Homophone: sibil (non-Castilian dialects)
- Rhymes: -il
civil m and f (plural civiles)
- civil (all senses)
- civil; having to do with people and organizations outside military or police, sometimes also outside of other team-based activities, such as a professional sports team