Definition of communally in English:

communally

Pronunciation /kəˈmyo͞on(ə)lē/ /kəˈmjun(ə)li/ /ˈkämyənəlē/ /ˈkɑmjənəli/

Translate communally into Spanish

adverb

See communal

‘‘There was no formal decision to live communally,’ Maher says.’
  • ‘With the addition of land to which title is held by state governments, the total amount of American land owned communally is 39.8 percent.’
  • ‘People also have a tendency not to take breaks communally anymore except for the odd lunch or drinks after work.’
  • ‘The village has a green, communally owned by the freeholders and stocks in the churchyard.’
  • ‘Like our school board, he knows that ‘sound knowledge of any kind is communally generated and public in nature.’’