Commune ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Commune ( noun )

  1. A small administrative district in some countries, especially in France.
  2. An intentional community of people living together and sharing resources.

Origin:

From middle french commune ("a community"), from latin communia ("a public place"), from communis ("common").

Examples:

  1. She grew up in a small commune in rural France.
  2. The commune was a utopia where everyone lived and worked together in harmony.
  3. The local commune is responsible for maintaining the roads and collecting taxes.
  4. They founded a commune in the countryside to live off the land.
  5. The commune's economy was based on collective ownership and cooperation.

(As a verb)

Commune ( verb )

  1. A small administrative district in some countries, especially in France.
  2. An intentional community of people living together and sharing resources.

Origin:

From middle french commune ("a community"), from latin communia ("a public place"), from communis ("common").

Examples:

  1. She grew up in a small commune in rural France.
  2. The commune was a utopia where everyone lived and worked together in harmony.
  3. The local commune is responsible for maintaining the roads and collecting taxes.
  4. They founded a commune in the countryside to live off the land.
  5. The commune's economy was based on collective ownership and cooperation.
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