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Collective farm in Russian 🇷🇺

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collective farm колхоз
How to say “collective farm” in Russian? “Колхоз”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “колхоз” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on collective farm in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
1. Visual Association: Imagine a group of farmers working together on a farm. The word "kolkhoz" in Russian can be remembered by visualizing this collective effort.
2. Sound Similarity: The sound of "колхоз" (kolkhoz) is somewhat similar to “collective hos” as in hoses. Imagine farmers with hoses working in a line on a farm.
3. Breaking Down: Split the word into "кол" (kol) and "хоз" (khoz). "Кол" sounds like "coal," and "хоз" sounds like "host." Visualize a host organizing coalitions of farmers.

– "Колхоз" (kolkhoz) refers to a collective farm in the Soviet Union where the land and resources were communally owned and managed by the workers.
– The term originates from the combination of the Russian words "коллективное хозяйство" (kollektivnoe khozyaystvo), which means "collective economy/farming."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– коллективное хозяйство (kollektivnoe khozyaystvo)

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In modern use, "колхоз" (kolkhoz) can sometimes be used derogatorily to refer to something disorganized or chaotic, akin to saying something is a "mess" or "haphazard" in English.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. В Советском Союзе многие люди работали в колхозе.
V Sovetskom Soyuze mnogiye lyudi rabotali v kolkhoze.
(In the Soviet Union, many people worked on collective farms.)

2. Его семья жила в колхозе и выращивала овощи и фрукты.
Yego sem'ya zhila v kolkhoze i vyrashchivala ovoshchi i frukty.
(His family lived on a collective farm and grew vegetables and fruits.)

3. В наше время некоторые используют слово "колхоз" как шутливое оскорбление, указывая на беспорядок.
V nashe vremya nekotorye ispol'zuyut slovo "kolkhoz" kak shutlivoye oskorbleniye, ukazyvaya na besporyadok.
(Nowadays, some people use the word "kolkhoz" as a humorous insult to indicate a mess.)

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