collectivize : Definition, Usages, News and More

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kuh lek ti vahyz

  • v  bring under collective control; of farms and industrial enterprises

  • Raymond Tallis in
    Still, as Tallis says (with a clunkiness rare in his writing): "We have transformed everything by virtue of our unique human ability to collectivize the sentience that we share with other animals and make of it a property of a community of minds."
  • Peter Mandelson in Reuters Canada
    We need to see those numbers as a matter of urgency to enable us to collectivize what is on the table and prepare texts for multilateral agreement by the WTO membership as a whole,Mandelson said in a speech to business leaders in Brussels.

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