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char. public, state-owned; generally accepted or acknowledged; international, of the world; open, overt; righteous; fair, impartial
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What types of situations is it appropriate to use 公 (gōng)?
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It is appropriate to use 公 (gōng) to form words when referring to something that is public, state-owned, generally accepted or acknowledged, international, open, overt, righteous, fair, or impartial.
For example, 公共 (gōnggòng) means "public", 公平 (gōngpíng) refers to "fairness", and 公正 (gōngzhèng) refers to "justice". It can also be used to refer to something that is open and overt, as opposed to something that is hidden or secretive. For example, 公开 (gōngkāi) refers to something that is open and public, while 秘密 (mìmì) refers to something that is secret.
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