collective farm Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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collective farmnoun [C]

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(​originally in ​countries that had a communistsystem of ​government) a ​largefarm or ​group of ​farmsowned by the ​state but ​controlled by the ​workers
(Definition of collective farm from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “collective farm”
in Chinese (Simplified) (原共产主义国家的)集体农场,集体农庄…
in Chinese (Traditional) (原共產主義國家的)集體農場,集體農莊…
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