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Shared or divided and not shared or divided

distributed

adjective

spread or shared in a particular way

collective

adjective

involving all the members of a group

common

adjective

used, done, or shared by two or more people

undivided

adjective

together as one unit, not separated into parts

simple

adjective

not divided into separate parts

corporate

adjective

shared by or including all the members of a group

personal

adjective

used about services or objects that you do not share with anyone else

indivisible

adjective

not able to be separated or broken into parts

among

preposition

used for stating which people receive parts of something when it is divided up

uneven

adjective

not fairly balanced or equally shared

food rave

a very large party where people eat, sell or share many different types of food, usually held outside or in a large public building

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