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sovkhoz

[ sov-kawz ]
/ ˈsɒv kɔz /
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noun, plural sov·kho·zy [sov-kaw-zee], /ˈsɒv kɔ zi/, sov·khoz, sov·khoz·es.

(in the former U.S.S.R) a state-owned wage-paying farm.

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Origin of sovkhoz

First recorded in 1920–25; from Russian; blend of sovetskoe khozyaistvo “soviet farm”
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British Dictionary definitions for sovkhoz

sovkhoz
/ (sɒfˈkɒz, Russian safˈxɔs) /

noun pl or sovkhozy (sɒfˈkɒzɪ, Russian safˈxɔzi)

(in the former Soviet Union) a large mechanized farm owned by the state

Word Origin for sovkhoz

C20: Russian, from sovetskoe khozyaistvo soviet economy
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