Pronunciation of Collective
/kəlˈɛktɪv/, /kəlˈɛktɪv/, /k_ə_l_ˈɛ_k_t_ɪ_v/
Synonyms for collective:
multicultural, market-driven, short-staffed, bloated, indivisible, factional, C TO C, sectional, understaffed, consumer-facing, accredited, top-heavy, land-based, unlisted, paperless, business-to-business, mom-and-pop, market-led, multiagency, offshore, breakaway, self-service, tertiary, brick-and-mortar, cliquey, collectively, entrepreneurial, not-for-profit, mutually, nonprofit, upstart, tribal, competitive, segmented, all-night, limited, simple, mercantile, consumer-to-business, labor-intensive, ragtag, close-knit, self-financing, overstaffed, monopolistic, undermanned, infant, anticompetitive, one-stop, drive-through.
Other synonyms and related words:
concurrent, predatory, business, multicultural, cumulative, all-night, communal, public, limited, sectional, concerted, incarnate, made-up, cooperative, collectivized, unanimous, built, knockdown, top-heavy, agglomerate, cliquey, distributed, agglomerative, undermanned, collectively, understaffed, bodied, not-for-profit, socialist, With, aggregative, short-staffed, lean, indivisible, disembodied, infant, business-to-business, nonprofit, brick-and-mortar, agglomerated, labor-intensive, tribal, offshore, socialistic, Among, upstart, soviet, corporate, factional, tertiary, clustered, collectivised, competitive.
done, uncut, final, sum, universal, exhaustive, intact, undivided, unified, unsevered, thorough, full, entire, conclusive, unabridged, all, whole, complete, total, solid, through, plenary, finished, accomplished, comprehensive, integral.
Sense 1 (noun)
Usage examples for collective:
- It consists of collective results made up of large numbers of single factors. - "An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy", W. Tudor Jones.
- The collective lights confuse the link- bearers into one vague whole. - "The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles", Jean Henri Fabre.
- Society is necessary to give us our share and place in the collective life of humanity, but solitude is necessary to the maintenance of the individual life. - "The Intellectual Life", =Philip Gilbert Hamerton.