mutual definition

  • adjective:
    • Having the exact same commitment each to the other: mutual predators.
    • Directed and received by each toward others; mutual: mutual respect.
    • Possessed in common: shared passions.
    • Of, relating to, or in the form of shared insurance coverage.
    • getting the exact same commitment, each to each other.
    • Reciprocal.
    • Possessed in keeping.
    • had because of the users.
    • Reciprocally acting or associated; reciprocally receiving and providing; reciprocally provided and obtained; reciprocal; interchanged
    • Possessed, experienced, or done-by two or more individuals or things on top of that; typical; shared
    • common to or shared by several events
    • concerning each of two or more individuals or things; especially offered or carried out in return
  • noun:
    • A mutual investment.
    • A mutual fund, etc.
  • others:
    • Reciprocally offered and gotten; relating alike or reciprocally to both edges; interchanged: because, shared love; to entertain a mutual aversion.
    • similarly regarding or influencing a couple of collectively; typical to a couple of combined; dependent on, proceeding from, or exhibiting a particular neighborhood of action; shared alike.
    • typical: found in this good sense loosely and improperly (however infrequently, and by many article writers of large position), especially in the expression a mutual buddy.
    • Based on the concept of mutuality in revealing both burdens and benefits: because, a mutual insurance provider.

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