- collective ► ADJECTIVE 1) done by or belonging to all the members of a group. 2) taken as a whole; aggregate.► NOUN ▪ an enterprise owned or operated cooperatively.DERIVATIVES collectively adverb collectivity noun.
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collectively — UK US /kəˈlektɪvli/ adverb ► together: »Industrialized countries collectively spend over $240bn subsidizing intensive agriculture … Financial and business terms
Collectively — Col*lect ive*ly, adv. In a mass, or body; in a collected state; in the aggregate; unitedly. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
collectively — I adverb altogether, as a group, as a whole, as one, en banc, en bloc, en masse, fully, in a body, in all, in conjunction, in its entirety, integrally, in the aggregate, in toto, mutually, together, totally, unitedly, wholly, withal II index en… … Law dictionary
collectively — adv. Collectively is used with these adjectives: ↑responsible Collectively is used with these verbs: ↑bargain, ↑call, ↑decide, ↑know, ↑refer, ↑term … Collocations dictionary
collectively — col|lec|tive|ly [kəˈlektıvli] adv as a group ▪ All members of the cabinet are collectively responsible for decisions taken. ▪ Rain, snow and hail are collectively known as precipitation … Dictionary of contemporary English
collectively — col|lec|tive|ly [ kə lektıvli ] adverb * together, as a group: People refer to these different medical conditions collectively as heart disease. the right to join unions and bargain collectively … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
collectively */ — UK [kəˈlektɪvlɪ] / US adverb together, as a group People refer to these different medical conditions collectively as heart disease. the right to join unions and bargain collectively … English dictionary
collectively — adverb as a group: The islands, which are northwest of Australia, are collectively known as Indonesia … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
collectively — adverb see collective I … New Collegiate Dictionary
collectively — See collective. * * * … Universalium