Synonyms for Collective:
bilateral, coefficient, collaborative, common, co-operating, shared, co-operative, co-active, mutual, collusive.
assembled, banded, assorted, accumulated, composed, consolidated, aggregate, composite, group, cooperative, combined, grouped, bunched, cumulative, collectivist, concentrated, gathered, concerted, collected.
comprehensive, integral, unabridged, full, final, done, sum, solid, total, uncut, universal, unsevered, thorough, finished, through, intact, plenary, exhaustive, accomplished, unified, whole, entire, undivided, conclusive, all, complete.
combined, concerted, assembled, gathered, aggregate, common, cooperative, concentrated, consolidated, shared, unified, corporate, grouped, mutual, cumulative.
omnipresent, general, universal, master, common, mass, prevalent, generic, ubiquitous.
n.business, accredited, business-to-business, brisk, brick-and-mortar, bloated, all-night, big, anticompetitive. agrarian, agribusiness, agricultural, agronomy, agroindustry, Agronomics, agrochemical, the CAP, breed, agriculture. •collective (noun)
agglomerative, assembled, agglomerated, corporate, agglomerate, aggregate, clustered, aggregative, built, socialist, socialistic, collectivised, made-up, mass, collectivized.
simple, brick-and-mortar, accredited, bloated, all-night, business-to-business, anticompetitive, indivisible. distributed, brisk, uneven, cooperative. business, big. Among. •accumulated
•Other relevant words:
agglomerative, clustered, concerted, all-night, agglomerated, collectivized, combined, built, made-up, agglomerate, collectivised, consolidated, corporate, brick-and-mortar, cumulative, indivisible, socialist, group, distributed, business-to-business, gathered, accumulated, aggregative, business, cooperative, Among, collectivist, concentrated, socialistic.
Usage examples for collective
Three very pressing letters were therefore written to Mr Brandon; and the writers were much surprised to receive, in a short time, a collective answer, in which he stated that he would not only be present at the wedding, but that he thought of spending several months in New York. – The Late Mrs. Null by Frank Richard Stockton