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- adv. In a collection; in a collective manner; together as a whole; bunched together; to be treated as a single unit, rather than the items that make up the collection separately.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a mass, or body; in a collected state; in the aggregate; unitedly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a collective manner; in a mass or body; in a collected state; in the aggregate; unitedly: as, the citizens of a state collectively considered.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in conjunction with; combined
Sabar, the national pulse of Senegal, is also the term collectively used to describe the intricate and sophisticated genre of Senegalese inspired dancing that originated on the urban streets of Dakar.
They're taking our name collectively to support Al Jazeera, but they're doing it without public approval,'' Kaufman said.
While you sleep, there are also forces that push you toward waking up, which I refer to collectively as the “drive to wake.”
The Tea Party collectively is not extreme; it is too diverse/disorganized for that — its got loads of extremists puling it in loads of directions and the sum of these vectors is as of yet unkown
What this has done to us collectively is the same thing it has done to us individually.
But our water usage, collectively, is one thing that strongly affects the health of our surrounding environment.
In the layers and interstices of the economy where money handlers and bookkeepers were jointly active, communities of Hindus, Sikhs, and Muslims of Indian origin collectively referred to as Hindkis were quite prominent.
The West suffers collectively from the Oslo Syndr ...
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With this sort of thing, there's a "collective" problem when things go wrong so I don't see any harm in collectively giving impartial advice to people.
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