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collectivismnoun [U]

 /kəˈlek·təˌvɪz·əm/
politics & government a ​politicalsystem in which a country's ​land and ​industry are ​owned and ​managed by a ​government or by all of ​itscitizens together
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collectivismnoun [U]

uk   us   /kəˈlektɪvɪzəm/ POLITICS, ECONOMICS
a ​theory or ​politicalsystembased on the ​principle that all ​factories, ​farms, etc., should be ​controlled by or for all the ​people of a country: They believed in ​industrial collectivism, that ​industry should be ​run by the workpeople for the workpeople, through the ​tradeunions.
(Definition of collectivism from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “collectivism”
in Chinese (Simplified) 集体主义, 集体主义制度…
in Chinese (Traditional) 集體主義, 集體主義制度…
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