comiwn, gomiwn, comiwnau, chomiwn, chomiwnau, gomiwnau, nghomiwn, nghomiwnau
Noun(1) the smallest administrative district of several European countries(2) a body of people or families living together and sharing everything
Verb(1) communicate intimately with; be in a state of heightened, intimate receptivity(2) receive Communion, in the Catholic church
(1) In this, Lenin was more Marxist than Marx, who had observed the revolutionary potential of the Russian peasant commune in the 1870s.(2) A mother and her children in a farming commune in Canton.(3) We formed a commune , to share our wallets, share our tools, share our ideas, share our love, play music.(4) She wanted to go back to the commune in the morning and spend time with the artists.(5) One such was the Swiss commune , which, under Lenin's instigation, was organized by Fritz Platten, a friend of mine.(6) Equally as important, peasants were declared the legal owners of their plots of land within the framework of their commune .(7) In 1975 she was pushed out of the city to Kandal province, then to a commune in Pursat province.(8) It was some sort of commune though not necessarily the communist nor hippie type.(9) They saw in the Russian commune the possibility of a direct transition from a precapitalist mode of production to socialism.(10) the purpose of praying is to commune with God(11) we all went out of Beijing by bus to spend a morning at a commune(12) All baptized Christians who believe with us that Jesus Christ is present in the Sacrament, are welcome to commune .(13) How was your commune formed, and what kinds of people joined it?(14) The administrative district or commune embodies a sense of community and self-identification for its residents.(15) Anyone who wants to can, in a free society, even join a voluntary commune , like Brook Farm, or an Israeli kibbutz, and lead as blissfully communistic a life as he or she wishes.(16) This Italian commune in the province of Bologna had a population in 1944 of 4,200 of whom 650 lived in the main town.
1. collective ::
ar y cyd
3. communal settlement ::
4. kibbutz ::
5. communicate ::
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9. interface ::
Different Formscommune, communed, communes, communing
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