collectivisme

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Etymology[edit]

From French collectivisme, from collectif 'collective, fromLatin collectus, the past participle of colligere 'to collect', from col- (a form of co- 'together') + legere 'to lay, place'

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  • IPA(key): /kɔlɛktivˈɪzmə/

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collectivisme n (plural collectivismen or collectivismes, diminutive collectivismetje n)

  1. The ideological system collectivism, in which the means (of production) must be owned and controlled by people collectively

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From collectif (collective), from Latin collectus, the past participle of colligere (to collect), from col- (a form of co- (together)) + legere (to lay, place).

Noun[edit]

collectivisme m (plural collectivismes)

  1. The ideological system collectivism, in which the means are owned and controlled by people collectively

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