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pridev

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coactive

pridev

collective
/ kəlektɪv /

pridev

ETYM Latin collectivus: cf. French collectif.
1. Forming a whole or aggregate.
2. Set up on the principle of collectivism or ownership and production by the workers involved usually under the supervision of a government.

common
/ kɑːmən /

pridev

Sinonimi:
ordinary · widespread · mutual · usual · vernacular · vulgar · plebeian · vulgar · unwashed · simple

1. Of no special distinction or quality; widely known or commonly encountered; average or ordinary or usual; SYN. ordinary, widespread.
2. Common to or shared by two or more parties; SYN. mutual.
3. Commonly encountered; SYN. usual.
4. Being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language; SYN. vernacular, vulgar.
5. Of or associated with the great masses of people; SYN. plebeian, vulgar, unwashed.
6. To be expected; standard; SYN. simple.

concomitant
/ kɑːnkɑːmətənt /

pridev

ETYM French, from Latin con- + comitari to accompany, comes companion. Related to Count a nobleman.
Accompanying.
Accompanying; conjoined.

concurrent
/ kənkɜːrənt /

pridev

Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a computer operation in which two or more processes (programs) have access to the microprocessor’s time and are therefore carried out nearly simultaneously. Because a microprocessor can work with much smaller units of time than people can perceive, concurrent processes appear to be occurring simultaneously but in reality are not.

congregate
/ kɑːŋɡrəɡet /

pridev

Providing or being group services or facilities designed especially for elderly persons requiring supportive services

cooperative
/ koʊɒpərətɪv /

pridev

Done with or working with others for a common purpose or benefit; co operative

corporate
/ kɔːrpərət /

pridev

Sinonimi:
collective · incorporated

ETYM Latin corporatus, p. p. of corporare to shape into a body, from corpus body. Related to Corpse.
1. Done by or characteristic of individuals acting together; SYN. collective.
2. Of or belonging to a corporation.
3. Organized and maintained as a legal corporation; SYN. incorporated.

corporational

pridev

corporative

pridev

1. Of or relating to a corporation
2. Of or relating to corporatism

correlative
/ kɒrelətɪv /

pridev

Sinonimi:
correlate · correlated

ETYM Cf. French corrélatif.
1. Mutually related; SYN. correlate, correlated.
2. (Grammar) Indicating a reciprocal or complementary relation.

cumulative
/ kjuːmjələtɪv /

pridev

ETYM Cf. French cumulatif.
Characterized by accumulation; serving to collect or amass; cumulative; additional.
Increasing; growing by successive additions; gathering strength as it grows; expressing addition.

dividual
/ dɪvɪdʒuːəl /

pridev

Shared, divided

dividuous

pridev

gregarious
/ ɡrəɡeriəs /

pridev

ETYM Latin gregarius, from grex, gregis, herd; cf. Skr. jar to approach. Related to Congregate, Egregious.
1. Seeking and enjoying the company of others.
2. Tending to form a group with others of the same kind.
3. Living in herds; tending to flock together; fond of society.

joint
/ dʒɔɪnt /

pridev

ETYM French, p. p. of joindre. Related to Join.
1. Affecting or involving two or more.
2. Involving both houses of a legislature.
3. United or combined.

mutual
/ mjuːtʃəwəl /

pridev

ETYM French mutuel, Latin mutuus, orig., exchanged, borrowed, lent; akin to mutare to change. Related to Mutable.
Experienced or expressed by each toward the other.

promiscuous
/ proməskwəs /

pridev

ETYM Latin promiscuus; pro before, in place of, for + miscere to mix. Related to Mix.
Not selective of a single class or person.
Mixed in haphazard fashion; indiscriminate.

public
/ pʌblɪk /

pridev

ETYM Latin publicus, poblicus, from populus people: cf. French public. Related to People.
Not private; open to or concerning the people as a whole.

shared
/ ʃerd /

pridev

Held or experienced in common with another.

union
/ juːnjən /

imenica

Sinonimi:
unification · uniting · labor union · trade union · trades union · brotherhood · sum · join

ETYM French, from Latin unio oneness, union, a single large pearl, a kind of onion, from unus one. Related to One, Onion, Unit.
1. The state of being united.
2. Making or becoming a single unit; SYN. unification, uniting.
3. The occurrence of a uniting of separate parts.
4. An organization of employees formed to bargain with the employer; SYN. labor union, trade union, trades union, brotherhood.
5. A set containing all and only the members of two or more given sets; SYN. sum, join.
6. A political unit formed from previously independent people or organizations.
7. A device on a national flag emblematic of the union of two or more sovereignties (typically in the upper inner corner).
A form of pipe fitting where two extension pipes are joined at a separable coupling.
Association of workers, see trade union.

zajednički

prilog

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collectively
/ kəlektɪvli /

prilog

In a mass, or body; in a collected state; in the aggregate; unitedly.

commonly
/ kɑːmənli /

prilog

1. Usually; generally; ordinarily; frequently; for the most part.
2. In common; familiary.

communally
/ kɒmjʊnəli /

prilog

By a group of people rather than an individual.

conjunctly

prilog

corporately
/ kɔːrpərətli /

prilog

In partnership, in collaboration, jointly

in common
/ ɪn ˈkɑːmən /

prilog

Sharing equally with another or others.

jointly
/ dʒɔɪntli /

prilog

Sinonimi:
collectively · conjointly · together · put together

1. In collaboration or cooperation.
2. In conjunction with; combined; SYN. collectively, conjointly, together, put together.

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