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collective
kolektif

Albay Yuri A. Gagarin 9 Mart 1934'te Rusya'da Moskova'nın batısındaki bölgede bulunan bir kolektif çiftlikte doğdu. - Colonel Yuri A. Gagarin was born on a collective farm in a region west of Moscow, Russia on March 9, 1934.

collective
(Hukuk) toplu

Toplu çıkarlar korunmalıdır. - Collective interests must be protected.

Rol Dili, Japonca'da erkek ve kadın toplu isimler içerir. - Role-Language includes male and female collective nouns in Japanese.

collective
{s} müşterek
collective
{i} ortak girişim
collective
{s} ortaklaşa
collective
birlik
collective
(Askeri) toplu meteoroloji yayınları
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kolektif şirket
collective
birlikte
collective
kohektif
collective
(Ticaret) toptan
collective
{i} topluluk adı
collective
ortak

Bireysel suçların sonucunun ortak cezalandırma olması gerekir. - The consequence of individual crimes should be collective punishment.

collective
kollektif
collective
ortaklaşma
collective
topluluk ismi
collective
collective bargaining işverenle işçi temsilcileri arasındaki toplu görüşme ve pazarlık
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(Askeri) TOPLU METEOROLOJİ YAYINLARI: Avrupa gibi geniş bölgede, belirli saatte yapılan bütün hava tahminlerinin, yine bu bölge dahilindeki bütün meteoroloji istasyonlarına, radyo yayınları ile bildirmesi
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collective agreement toplu sözleşme
collective
biriktirilmiş
collective
{s} genel
collective
ortaklaşa çiftlik
İngilizce - İngilizce
plural of collective
collective
Formed by gathering or collecting; gathered into a mass, sum, or body; congregated or aggregated; as, the collective body of a nation
collective
A group dedicated to a particular cause or interest

There are, however, a number of contemporary artists and art collectives that have defined their practice precisely around the facilitation of dialogue among diverse communities.

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Having plurality of origin or authority; as, in diplomacy, a note signed by the representatives of several governments is called a collective note
collective
: Deducing consequences; reasoning; inferring
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: Expressing a collection or aggregate of individuals, by a singular form; as, a collective name or noun, like assembly, army, jury, etc
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consisting of a number of persons or objects considered as gathered into a mass, or sum
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{a} apt to gather or infer, whole, full
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farm farm in which a group of farmers pool their land, domestic animals, and agricultural implements, retaining as private property enough only for the members' own requirements The profits of the farm are divided among its members colonial influence the consequences of, for example, British colonial cativity in parts of the devloping world commercial agriculture a system of agriculture in which food and materials are produced specifically for sale in the market
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members of a cooperative enterprise set up on the principle of collectivism or ownership and production by the workers involved usually under the supervision of a government; "collective farms"
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Collective actions, situations, or feelings involve or are shared by every member of a group of people. It was a collective decision The country's politicians are already heaving a collective sigh of relief. = joint + collectively col·lec·tive·ly The Cabinet is collectively responsible for policy
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Gathered into a whole Of or by all the individuals in a group acting together
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set up on the principle of collectivism or ownership and production by the workers involved usually under the supervision of a government; "collective farms"
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A farm owned by a collection of people
collective
Expressing a collection or aggregate of individuals, by a singular form; as, a collective name or noun, like assembly, army, jury, etc
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members of a cooperative enterprise
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{i} cooperative enterprize (i.e. factory, farm, etc.)
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A collective is a business or farm which is run, and often owned, by a group of people who take an equal share of any profits. He will see that he is participating in all the decisions of the collective. = co-operative. shared or made by every member of a group or society
collective
Describes the control which adjusts the pitch of the rotor blades; causing the heli to ascend or descend without the need to change the rotor RPMs This is usually the up and down movement of the left stick on the Tx Having the ability to do this means you can use the momentum of the blades when spinning to do an autorotation if the engine dies and gives quicker response time as well
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Multi-agent clusters resulting from agent attraction based on tags (attributes) A collective can itself be an agent with detectors, effectors, rules, tags, etc
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done by or characteristic of individuals acting together; "a joint identity"; "the collective mind"; "the corporate good"
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Organization that administers rights granted by the copyright system on behalf of copyright owners who have joined that collective
collective
A communication or processing activity in which many messages or compute primitives are linked together
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The collective term for two or more types of thing is a general word or expression which refers to all of them. Social science is a collective name, covering a series of individual sciences. + collectively col·lec·tive·ly other sorts of cells
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A collective noun or name
collective
Tending to collect; forming a collection
collective
{s} combined; communal, common; obtained through cooperation
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denoting a number of persons or things considered as one group or whole For example, "flock" is a collective noun Now that you understand this concept, we can all breathe a collective sigh of relief
collective
relating to, consisting of, or denoting an aggregate or group; opposed to individual
collective
Deducing consequences; reasoning; inferring
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A collective amount of something is the total obtained by adding together the amounts that each person or thing in a group has. Their collective volume wasn't very large. = combined + collectively col·lec·tive·ly In 1968 the states collectively spent $2 billion on it
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forming a whole or aggregate
collective
definition: group of roles gathered for a game address: shared game space
collectives