[kuh-myoon-l, kom-yuh-nl] /kəˈmyun l, ˈkɒm yə nl/
used or shared in common by everyone in a group:
a communal jug of wine.
of, by, or belonging to the people of a ; shared or participated in by the public:
communal land; Building the playground was a communal project.
pertaining to a or a :
engaged in by or involving two or more :
belonging or relating to a community as a whole
relating to different groups within a society: communal strife
of or relating to a commune or a religious community
1811 in reference to communes; 1843 in reference to communities, from French communal (Old French comunal, 12c.), from Late Latin communalis, from communa (see commune (n.)).
- Communal aerial
noun 1. a television or radio receiving aerial from which received signals are distributed by cable to several outlets
[kuh-myoon-l-iz-uh m, kom-yuh-nl-] /kəˈmyun lˌɪz əm, ˈkɒm yə nl-/ noun 1. a theory or system of government according to which each commune is virtually an independent state and the nation is merely a federation of such states. 2. the principles or practices of ownership. 3. strong allegiance to one’s own ethnic group rather than to […]
[kom-yuh-nal-i-tee] /ˌkɒm yəˈnæl ɪ ti/ noun 1. the state or condition of being . 2. a feeling or spirit of cooperation and belonging arising from common interests and goals.
[kuh-myoon-l-ahyz, kom-yuh-nl-] /kəˈmyun lˌaɪz, ˈkɒm yə nl-/ verb (used with object), communalized, communalizing. 1. to make ; to make (land, a business, etc.) the property of the : The town communalized the estate for a public park. /ˈkɒmjʊnəˌlaɪz/ verb 1. (transitive) to render (something) the property of a commune or community