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airway (pl.) the collective band of frequencies used for broadcasting by radio stations. [1/3 definitions]
British Empire the collective name for the lands formerly ruled by the British monarch.
collective a collective body or group, esp. one in which ownership is shared among all members. [1/4 definitions]
collectivization the act or process of organizing or reorganizing an economy, business, or industry based on collective ownership and joint control of the means of production and distribution.
collectivize to organize or reorganize (an economy, business, or industry) based on collective ownership and control of the means of production and distribution.
communal of or belonging to members of a community; public; collective. [1/2 definitions]
contribute to give individually or with others to a common fund or collective effort. [2/5 definitions]
contributor one that contributes individually or with others to a common fund or collective effort. [1/3 definitions]
discrimination the act, or collective acts, of making invalid, unfair, or hurtful differentiations, as in prejudice against people of minority groups. [1/3 definitions]
distributive in grammar, indicating individual instead of collective reference to members of a group, as the words "each" and "every". [1/4 definitions]
heredity the collective traits or tendencies inherited in such a way. [1/2 definitions]
job action a collective action by workers, such as a temporary strike or slowdown, that is undertaken to force a company to change its policies, esp. in regard to working conditions.
materiel the collective supplies and materials used by a business or other organization. [1/2 definitions]
ministry the collective body of such ministers. [1/5 definitions]
nationalism the collective spirit and aspirations of a nation. [1/2 definitions]
navy the collective body of warships belonging to a given country. [1/3 definitions]
personality that which distinguishes a person from others; collective characteristic qualities of a person. [1/3 definitions]
philanthropy collective efforts made to do good for others, esp. in the form of making monetary donations or engaging in charitable works. [1/3 definitions]
population the collective human inhabitants of an area. [1/4 definitions]
prophecy the collective sayings of such a person. [1/3 definitions]
public opinion the collective or general opinion of a people, esp. as a deciding factor in the creation of social policy or in actions of a political nature.