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com·mu·nal

 (kə-myo͞o′nəl, kŏm′yə-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a commune.
2. Of or relating to a community.
3.
a. Of, belonging to, or shared by the people of a community; public.
b. Marked by collective ownership and control of goods and property.

[French, from Late Latin commūnālis, from Latin commūnis, common; see common.]

com′mu·nal′i·ty (kŏm′yə-năl′ĭ-tē) n.
com·mu′nal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.communally - by a group of people rather than an individual; "the mills were owned communally"
Translations

communally

[ˈkɒmjuːnəlɪ] ADV [live, eat] → en comunidad
to act communallyobrar como comunidad
the property is held communallyla propiedad pertenece a la comunidad

communally

[ˈkɒmjʊnəli] adven commun

communally

advgemeinsam; to be communally ownedGemein- or Gemeinschaftseigentum sein

communally

[ˈkɒmjuːnlɪ] adv (see adj) → in comune, in una comunità
References in classic literature ?
At the very beginning of human society, long before the commencement of history, the primitive groups of savages who then constituted mankind were instinctively led to express their emotions together, communally, in rhythmical fashion.
The communally sensitive areas of UP will not see Dalits voting for Muslims, especially not after such incidents as Bijnaur," Mohan said.
He cites the power of imagination for fighting injustice for educators, especially when employed communally.
The category of Judaica broadsides in particular includes an astonishing variety of texts prepared for public or semi-public display: communally promulgated regulations; rabbinic responsa; wall calendars; commercial advertisements; poems and riddles in celebration of weddings and public events; dirges; eulogies; educational charts; fundraising circulars; reports of current events; amulets; announcements; prayers both for daily recitation and for special occasionssome celebratory, others tragicoften with vernacular instructions; and so much more.
Known then as Italian Swiss Colony, Asti Winery was communally owned by many local families, producing a variety of wines from numerous local vineyards.
Members live communally but stoically, with scarce food, punishments, and censorship under the strict rule of the greatly revered and feared leader, Reverend Ezekiel (who is "married" to the mothers).
The Native students, if they are more communally connected, are actually less likely to be a STEM major," researcher Joy Pendley told the Oklahoma Daily.
ROAST commences at 1pm - diners are seated communally in The Furnace at long trestle tables while organic chickens and joints of sirloin, lamb or pork are dispatched from the kitchen un-carved, accompanied by the necessary cutlery for diners to divvy up according to size of appetite and/or love of yorkies, roasties and the trimmings.
The triple attack took place in Qara Tappah, in the ethnically and communally mixed Diyala province, according to an official from the Kurdish Asayish security forces.
The local administration was reluctant to allow Modi to address a rally in the Muslim majority Beniabagh area within the city limits as the area is congested and is considered communally sensitive.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, who is struggling to cope with the aftermath of clashes in Muzaffarnagar in which nearly 50 were killed and 40,000 displaced, said social media was emerging as a key platform to spread communally sensitive material.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday criticised the state government of Uttar Pradesh for banning a 'yatra' (pilgrimage) planned by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) in the communally sensitive city of Ayodhya.

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