from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Synergistic.
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- adj. synergistic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Working together; coöperating.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Working together; coöperating.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. working together; used especially of groups, as subsidiaries of a corporation, cooperating for an enhanced effect
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"We could, in a way, develop together a kind of synergetic partnership," he said.
The goal is "to optimize the synergetic strengths between JLR and Tata Motors in India," said Chairman Ratan Tata in the company's annual report for the fiscal year ended March 31, which was released Monday.
When everybody does that, there's just this synergetic effect that's tremendous.
The rationale behind the comprehensiveness of the strategy was that the programs would be mutually reinforcing and synergetic.
Then the last thing, which is what I'm working on in a lot of cases, is synergetic: the idea that the Earth is a whole system.
The problem is whether this coexistence is synergetic, whether in doing bilateral liaison, you prepare the ground for more multilateral opening, which usually is the case, but also recognizing that many of the rules we need so that open trade operates on the level playing field are not to be negotiated bilaterally.
Phu Hoang and Rachely Rotem: Our creative collaboration is very synergetic in its nature.
Demand side considerations are even more important than supply side and both must be designed to be synergetic whole.
Almost nothing has been done to explore the effects of long term exposure, or synergetic effects of simultaneous exposure to a multiplicity of chemicals.
Think about how the age profile of the BBC and that of Bono's boys have so many synergetic properties.