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ge·sell·schaft \ gə-ˈzel-ˌshäft \
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Definition of gesellschaft

: a rationally developed mechanistic type of social relationship characterized by impersonally contracted associations between persons; also : a community or society characterized by this relationship — compare gemeinschaft
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German, companionship, society
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