Meaning of MUTUALLY in English

MUTUALLY

adverb

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

mutually beneficial (= it has advantages for everyone who is involved )

an arrangement that is mutually beneficial

mutually incompatible

Politeness and truth are often mutually incompatible .

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

acceptable

The agreement of a mutually acceptable reserve price is key.

These few basic rules can make your group maximally helpful:-Meet regularly at a mutually acceptable time and place.

The havens said instead that they wanted multilateral negotiations to achieve a mutually acceptable and beneficial set of standards.

This commission would be composed of mutually acceptable and appropriate international personalities and representatives from governments and international organizations.

advantageous

Unless he thought there might be a mutually advantageous way to handle the matter between ourselves.

What he was denying was their ability to achieve the outcomes to which the opportunities for mutually advantageous trade clearly pointed.

beneficial

Obtaining frankness within families about the feelings and expectations they have of each other can be mutually beneficial .

Some of those diets were the result of a mutually beneficial alliance between physicians and food producers.

The justification for participating in international arrangements is that they are mutually beneficial to all participants.

It encourages open communication, and learning about processes of living in mutually beneficial ways.

Community Linking is direct people to people contact which leads to equal, mutually beneficial relationships across cultures.

Cleaning symbiosis on the other hand is a true form of mutually beneficial arrangement with both cleaner and host benefiting.

To ensure a mutually beneficial outcome it is necessary that both parties be fully informed of all relevant information.

What looks like a zero sum confrontation can, with a little goodwill, be transformed into a mutually beneficial nonzero sum game.

consistent

Nodes on different levels which are mutually consistent have excitatory connections between them.

Thus, the three methods may be viewed as mutually supportive and mutually consistent .

convenient

This takes place at a time prearranged to be mutually convenient .

All candidates are required to attend for interview and practical tests at some mutually convenient time.

exclusive

Both questions have to receive affirmative answers, and they are not mutually exclusive .

Of course, the three subcategories overlap, somewhat, and so are not mutually exclusive .

Young next to old, doing-well next to down-and-out: a heterogeneous mass present for its own mutually exclusive reasons.

Gessler maintains that fear and heat of passion are not mutually exclusive defenses.

To a large extent these two approaches have been mutually exclusive , not to say antagonistic.

This is the case of choosing from among mutually exclusive projects with widely differing costs.

There are two mutually exclusive arguments deployed against it.

These proposals were not mutually exclusive , and most officials wanted a combination of the three, with an emphasis on one.

incompatible

A parallel universe, mutually incompatible , like matter and anti-matter.

In a turbulent economy, the planning and control functions turned out to be mutually incompatible .

Although these types of theory are mutually incompatible , both regularly obtain empirical support in experiments by different researchers.

reinforcing

Moreover, these are mutually reinforcing trends.

This programme was designed to improve their relationship with Gary by providing opportunities for mutually reinforcing activities.

The two processes are, so to speak, symbiotically related; they are the mutually reinforcing determinants of development.

These relationships, and the position of the woman as symbolic of her culture, are mutually reinforcing .

The dependence and the normal justification theses are mutually reinforcing .

The circular and mutually reinforcing nature of the social production of facts about child abuse can be illustrated diagrammatically.

But these criteria are also sometimes mutually reinforcing .

Hooliganism and segregation were mutually reinforcing .

supportive

A sense of loss of mutually supportive family relationships.

Thus, the three methods may be viewed as mutually supportive and mutually consistent.

It is essential that relationships between education and clinical staff are mutually supportive .

The findings may be regarded as mutually supportive .

She thought more highly of herself and in later years was successful in establishing a mutually supportive and caring marital relationship.

Unfortunately, they have not always been mutually supportive .

■ VERB

agree

Sandoz and CoCensys have mutually agreed to discontinue their agreement after its March expiration.

reinforce

Here, as so often in the New Testament, word and sacrament mutually reinforce one another.

Several unique, yet mutually reinforcing , factors have been at work to stimulate the pace of the process.

On the contrary, they can be mutually reinforcing .

Groups of work-inhibited students may reinforce mutually held beliefs that school is a negative environment.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

mutually exclusive

Both questions have to receive affirmative answers, and they are not mutually exclusive .

But educators there have shown that high academic standards and the concepts under-girding school-to-work are not mutually exclusive .

However, he did not seem to comprehend the possibility that self organisation and compulsion are mutually exclusive .

Of course, the three subcategories overlap, somewhat, and so are not mutually exclusive .

The transcripts start with either coding segment 1 or segment 2; coding segments 1 and 5 are mutually exclusive .

These proposals were not mutually exclusive , and most officials wanted a combination of the three, with an emphasis on one.

This is the case of choosing from among mutually exclusive projects with widely differing costs.

To a large extent these two approaches have been mutually exclusive , not to say antagonistic.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

It was a mutually agreed upon decision.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Certainly, contrary to the opinions of some of their firmest advocates, they are not necessarily mutually contradictory.

Diffusion occurs between mutually soluble or miscible liquids.

Gessler maintains that fear and heat of passion are not mutually exclusive defenses.

Indeed, they were not always mutually distinct.

It was in their interest to have an efficient, mutually agreed Code of Practice.

The open organization is willing to test the notion that the two alternatives need not be mutually exclusive.

Thus, the three methods may be viewed as mutually supportive and mutually consistent.

To a large extent these two approaches have been mutually exclusive, not to say antagonistic.

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