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- n. Plural form of kolkhoz.
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The farmers were to be forced together to work on kolkhozy, the collective farms.
The rest are distributed between kolkhozy (fishing collectives) and private fishing companies (referred to henceforth as the “new” companies).
Sholokhov's more recent work, for example, Podnyataya tselina, 1932 and 1959 (Virgin Soil Upturned) - a novel describing compulsory collectivization and the introduction of kolkhozy - has a vitality that never flags and shows us
The Soviet kolkhozy, or collective farms-hardly paragons of agricultural efficiency-went bankrupt as communism collapsed, and villagers abandoned the land.