Meaning of JOINTLY in English

JOINTLY

adverb

Etymology: Middle English, from joint + -ly

1. : in a joint manner: as

a. : together , unitedly

activities carried on jointly with other societies — Mech. Engineering

written jointly with other scientists — Current Biography

owned jointly by several companies

specifically : so as to be or become liable to a joint obligation

b. : in joint tenancy or in tenancy by the entirety, or with the right of survivorship

2. : in proportion to the product

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