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collectively

[ kuh-lek-tiv-lee ]
/ kəˈlɛk tɪv li /
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adverb
as a whole group rather than as individual persons or things:There have been a number of different polls released in the last two weeks, and collectively they give us an accurate picture of public opinion.
according to collectivism, a system in which economic control, especially of the means of production, is shared or centralized:As one of the reforms, we developed agricultural production cooperatives in which almost 100% of the land is farmed collectively.
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OTHER WORDS FROM collectively

non·col·lec·tive·ly, adverbun·col·lec·tive·ly, adverb
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