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civ·ics
[siv-iks]
NOUN [(USED WITH A SINGULAR VERB)]
1.
the study or science of the privileges and obligations of citizens.
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Civics is the study of the theoretical and political and practical aspects of citizenship, its rights ..... Look up civics in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

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Define civics: the study of the rights and duties of citizens and of how government works.

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Define civic: of or relating to a city or town or the people who live there — civic in a sentence.

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Civics definition, the study or science of the privileges and obligations of citizens. See more.

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civics meaning, definition, what is civics: the study of the way in which a local government works and of the rights and duties of…. Learn more.

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civics definition: ⌂ the branch of political science that deals with civic affairs and the duties and rights of citizenshipOrigin of civics; from civic: see -ics...

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Studying civics gives meaning to values that have come to define what it means to be an American. Many of these values are expressed in the U.S. Constitution ...

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If something is related to or benefits an individual citizen, it can be described as civic. People often say that it is your civic duty to vote.