Definition of social capital in English:

social capital

Syllabification: so·cial cap·i·tal

noun

The networks of relationships among people who live and work in a particular society, enabling that society to function effectively.
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  • Also, there has been discussion about a fourth bottom line - the criteria of social capital.
  • Central to the design of the village was the principle of bridging social capital.
  • Exchanging political stories probably yielded intrinsic satisfaction based on the previously developed social capital.

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