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collective British & World English

Done by people acting as a group

collective English Thesaurus

collective ownership of the means of production

collective farm British & World English

A jointly operated amalgamation of several smallholdings, especially one owned by the state

collective mark British & World English

A trademark or service mark that identifies members of a union, cooperative, or other collective organization

collective noun British & World English

A count noun that denotes a group of individuals (e.g. assembly, family, crew)

collective memory British & World English

The memory of a group of people, passed from one generation to the next

collective bargaining British & World English

Negotiation of wages and other conditions of employment by an organized body of employees

collective ownership British & World English

Ownership of something, typically land or industrial assets, by all members of a group for the mutual benefit of all

collective security British & World English

The cooperation of several countries in an alliance to strengthen the security of each

collective unconscious British & World English

(In Jungian psychology) the part of the unconscious mind which is derived from ancestral memory and experience and is common to all humankind, as distinct from the individual’s unconscious