mutual

[adj] - experienced or expressed by each toward the other
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Mutual

• (a.) Reciprocally acting or related; reciprocally receiving and giving; reciprocally given and received; reciprocal; interchanged; as, a mutual love, advantage, assistance, aversion, etc. • (a.) Possessed, experienced, or done by two or more persons or things at the same time; common; joint; as, mutual happiness; a mutual effort.Mutual:...
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Mutual

Mu'tu·al adjective [ French mutuel , Latin mutuus , orig., exchanged, borrowed, lent; akin to mutare to change. See Mutable .] 1. Reciprocally acting or related; reciprocally receiving and giving; reciprocally given and received; reciprocal; interchanged; as, a ...
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mutual

A business organisation, such as an insurance company or building society, owned by its members or policyholders. Any profits are shared among the members through bonus payments, dividends or reductions in future premiums
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mutual

adj., adv. referring to anything in which both parties have reciprocal rights, understanding or agreement.
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Mutual

Any valid contracts made has to have consideration which is mutual. It is reciprocal right or agreement between the parties to something. For instance, a marriage between a man and woman is mutual if they want to marry each other.It also refers to understanding between two parties for a business deal and that they trust each other that such underst...
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Mutual

Anything in which both parties have reciprocal rights, understanding, or agreement.
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Mutual

Reciprocal.In contracts there must always be a consideration in order to make them valid. This is sometimes mutual, as when one man promises to pay a sum of money to another in consideration that he shall deliver him a horse, and the latter promises to deliver him the horse in consideration of being paid the price agreed upon. When a man and a woma...
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Mutual

The shortened version of "a mutual changeover", the swapping of duties between station staff or trainmen. By this process, two people could agree to swap duties and then inform the supervisor by mutually signing a "changeover slip".
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