kȍlektīv


kȍlektīv
kȍlektīv m {{c=0}}1. {{001f}}grupa ljudi okupljena na nekom zajedničkom projektu, poslu, zadatku, promoviranju neke ideje {{/c}}[glumački ∼; stranački ∼] {{c=0}}2. {{001f}}ljudi koji čine organizaciju; organizacija, radna zajednica ili jedinica {{/c}}[tvornički ∼; radni ∼]
✧ {{001f}}njem. lat.

Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika. 2013.

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  • elective — e|lec|tive1 [ ı lektıv ] adjective 1. ) an elective position is one that someone holds because people have voted for them 2. ) elective medical treatment is treatment that you choose to have, rather than treatment that is necessary a ) AMERICAN… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • kȍlektīvan — kȍlektīv|an prid. 〈odr. vnī〉 koji se odnosi na kolektiv, koji ima svojstva kolektiva [∼na svijest]; skupni, zajednički, udružen ∆ {{001f}}∼na odgovornost 1. {{001f}}preuzimanje skupne odgovornosti grupe ljudi za održavanje zajedničke imovine ili …   Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika

  • sȅlektīvan — sȅlektīv|an prid. 〈odr. vnī〉 1. {{001f}}koji ima sposobnost odabiranja 2. {{001f}}koji se zasniva na odabiru [∼an upis u srednje škole] …   Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika

  • collective — col|lec|tive1 W3 [kəˈlektıv] adj [only before noun] shared or made by every member of a group or society ▪ a collective decision made by all board members ▪ our collective responsibility for the environment collective 2 collective2 n 1.) a group… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • elective — e|lec|tive1 [ıˈlektıv] adj formal 1.) an elective position or organization is one for which there is an election ▪ the 34 elective seats in the National Assembly 2.) elective medical treatment is treatment that you choose to have, although you do …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • selective — se|lec|tive [sıˈlektıv] adj 1.) careful about what you choose to do, buy, allow etc selective about/in ▪ We re very selective about what we let the children watch. ▪ selective schools (=that choose which students to accept) ▪ He has a very… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • collective bargaining — col|lec|tive bar|gain|ing [ kə,lektıv bargənıŋ ] noun uncount discussions between employers and LABOR UNIONS about pay and working conditions …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • selective — se|lec|tive [ sı lektıv ] adjective ** 1. ) careful about what you choose or accept 2. ) accepting or using only some things, not the things you do not want: Selective breeding has given us much leaner turkeys. a selective memory (=remembering or …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • collective — /kəˈlɛktɪv / (say kuh lektiv) adjective 1. formed by collection. 2. forming a collection or aggregate; aggregate; combined. 3. relating to a group of individuals taken together. 4. (of a fruit) formed by the coalescence of the pistils of several… …   Australian English dictionary


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