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  • Info A collective is a group of entities that share or are motivated by at least one common issue or interest, or work together to achieve a common objective. more...
  • From this body of water the island group later took its collective name.
  • She has red hair and is known as a leader when working within collectives.
  • In the collective memory of the town, this date still plays an important role.
  • This is studied in the field of collective action and public choice theory.
  • She will lead the women of a village when her family collective is the ruling one.
  • The Central Committee was a collective body elected at the annual party congress.
  • He continued to tour with the collective until his death.
  • It was also supported by an economy based on the collective property of the land.
  • There is one research that does not only look at the collective data from the whole population but an individual.
  • Initially formed as a film and acting collective, the group became mostly known for its electronic music.
  • A main goal of risk communication is to improve collective and individual decision making.
  • Instead, a voice vote would decide the collective action of the group.
  • The second was to create underground collectives in major cities throughout the country.
  • His father was a physician's assistant and his mother worked on a collective farm.
  • From that point on, various regional collectives adopted the flag for their use.
  • It was the first French club team to become European champion in a collective sport.
  • The charter has thus placed a strong focus upon individual and collective rights of the people of Canada.
  • The collective survived for about two years but was not successful.
  • The Civil War is one of the central events in America's collective memory.
  • His works has been presented in collectives shows too.
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Words starting with collective

Meaning of collective

  • noun Members of a cooperative enterprise
  • adjective Forming a whole or aggregate