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collectively

adverb
 
 
/kəˈlektɪvli/
as a group: She has a staff of four who collectively earn almost $200,000.Sharing
Translations of “collectively”
in Chinese (Traditional) 集體地, 全體地,共同地…
in Russian совместно, сообща…
in Turkish birlikte olarak, ortaklaşa, müştereken…
in Chinese (Simplified) 集体地, 全体地,共同地…
in Polish wspólnie, łącznie…
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