from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Mutually dependent: "Today, the mission of one institution can be accomplished only by recognizing that it lives in an interdependent world with conflicts and overlapping interests” ( Jacqueline Grennan Wexler).
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- adj. mutually dependent; reliant on one another.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Mutually dependent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Mutually dependent.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. mutually dependent
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*** The court based this decision on its finding that the long-term interdependent nature of the 10-year relationship between appellant and Blanchard “fulfills any definitional criteria of the term ‘family.’”
This concept is sometimes referred to as the interdependent utility.
A long-term interdependent couple is a long-term interdependent couple, no matter what the gender or sexuality of the people in it.
But its all-pervasiveness also means the origin of all things in their interdependence, that is, their interdependent origination, hence emptiness.
At uuworld.org's blogs, Sonja Cohen tracks Unitarian Universalists in the media and Shelby Meyerhoff monitors the UU blogosphere aka the interdependent web.
The Public Victory will help you become interdependent, that is, help you learn to work cooperatively with others, so that you can say, “I am a team player and I have power and influence with people.”
But what Fukuyama and Ritschl and Hume were getting at was the notion of interdependent preferences.
At various times, the idea that leadership is greater than the individual leader has been referred to as interdependent, boundary-less, collective or connected leadership.
If form and habit be regarded as functionally interdependent, that is to say, if neither form nor habit can vary without corresponding variation in the other, and if habit and opinion concerning advantage are also functionally interdependent, it follows self - evidently that form and opinion concerning advantage (and hence form and cunning) will be functionally interdependent also, and that there can be no great modification of the one without corresponding modification of the other.
Wang Qishan Vice Premier Wang Qishan, who led the Chinese delegation, said Friday that the two countries have become "interdependent," so that "improving China-U.S. cooperation is critically important for both countries and for the whole world."