kibbutz

[n] - (Israel) a collective farm owned by its members
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kibbutz

noun a collective farm or settlement owned by its members in modern Israel; children are reared collectively
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kibbutz

Israeli collective settlement, usually agricultural and often also industrial, in which all wealth is held in common. Profits are reinvested in the ... [7 related articles]
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kibbutz

kibbutz: see collective farm.
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Kibbutz

A Kibbutz is a co-operative village, or communal farm, in Israel, where all property is collectively owned and work is organised on a collective basis. Members contribute by working according to their capacity and in return receive food, clothing, housing, medical services, and other domestic services according to their needs. Dining rooms, kitchen...
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kibbutz

Israeli communal collective settlement with collective ownership of all property and earnings, collective organization of work and decision-making, and communal housing for children. A modified version, the Moshav Shitufi, is similar to the collective farms that were typical of...
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Kibbutz

Israeli collective village based on socialist principles.
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