The Word is:”public”
1. of or concerning the people as a whole.
synonyms: popular, general, common, communal, collective, shared, joint, universal, widespread
“there is a great public demand for information on food”
“a public library”
synonyms: open (to the public), communal, not private, not exclusive, accessible to all, available, free, unrestricted, community
“plans are afoot to ban smoking in public places”
antonyms: private, restricted
2. done, perceived, or existing in open view.
“he wanted a public apology in the Wall Street Journal”
“he never made his views public”
3. of or provided by the state rather than an independent, commercial company.
constitutional, democratic, civic, civil, official,
communal, nationalized, state-owned;
“the public sector of the economy”
of, for, or acting for a university.
“public examination results”
noun: public; noun: the public
1. ordinary people in general; the community.
“the library is open to the public”
“the opinion polls do not reflect the true opinions of the British public”
plural noun: publics
“the reading public”
the people who watch or are interested in an artist, writer, or performer.
noun: one’s public; plural noun: one’s publics
“some famous last words to give my public”
synonyms: audience, spectators, concertgoers, theatregoers, followers, following, fans,
“he was adored by his public and his pupils”
short for public bar or public house.