mutually

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English - Turkish
karşılıklı olarak

Norveççe, İsveççe ve Danimarkaca karşılıklı olarak yüksek derecede anlaşılabilirdir. - Norwegian, Swedish and Danish are mutually intelligible to a high degree.

Evlilik karşılıklı olarak ve son derece eğitici olmalı. - Marriage should be mutually and infinitely educational.

karşılıklı

Norveççe, İsveççe ve Danimarkaca karşılıklı olarak yüksek derecede anlaşılabilirdir. - Norwegian, Swedish and Danish are mutually intelligible to a high degree.

Bence bu karşılıklı olark yararlı. - I think it's mutually beneficial.

tümünü kapsar şekilde
Bilmukabele

"- Nice to meet you! - Mutually.".

(Mukavele) karşılıklı; birbirinden bağımsız şekilde
(zarf) karşılıklı olarak
nezaket
mutual
karşılıklı

İki ülke arasında kültürel değişim devam ederken, onların karşılıklı anlayışı daha da derinleşti. - As cultural exchange continued between the two countries, their mutual understanding became even deeper.

İki insan birbirlerini mükemmel şekilde anlıyorlardı, ve birbirlerinin güçlü niteliklerine karşılıklı saygıları vardı. - The two men understood one another perfectly, and had a mutual respect for each other's strong qualities.

mutual
ortak

Unut gitsin. Sonuçta o bizim ortak arkadaşımız. - Forget it. He is our mutual friend, after all.

Ortak bir arkadaşımız var. - We have a mutual friend.

mutual
müşterek

Müşterek bir sorunu tartışmak için seni buraya çağırdım. - I've asked you here to discuss a mutual problem.

mutually exclusive
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) karşılıklı dışarlayan
mutually exclusive
karşılıklı hariç
mutually beneficial
karşılıklı yararlı
mutually exclusive
ayrışık
mutually ruinous
karşılıklı tahrip edici
mutually dependent
karşılıklı bağımlı
mutually exclusive
bir diğerinden bağımsız olarak hariç tutulan
mutually exclusive
Birbirini dışlayan, ayrışık, aynı anda her ikisi birden doğru olmayan
mutually exclusive events
karsilikli disarlayan olaylar
mutually exclusive goals
(Ticaret) çelişkili amaçlar
mutually offended
küsüşmek
mutual
iki taraflı
mutual
birbirini

Karşılıklı çıkarlar bulursanız, birbirinizle anlaşırsınız. - Find mutual interests, and you will get along with each other.

Aşk ve arkadaşlık birbirini dışlar. - Love and friendship are mutually exclusive.

settle accounts mutually
hesaplaşmak
get meaning mutually
karşılık bulmak
mutual
çift taraflı
mutual
karın belirli bir kısmının poliçe hamiline ödenmesini gerek- tiren sigorta
mutual
{s} iki taraflı, karşılıklı: mutual love karşılıklı sevgi
mutual
(Tıp) İki taraflı, karşılıklı
mutual
mutual insurance karşılıklı sigorta
mutual
mutual love karşılıklı sevgi
mutual
mutual friend müşterek dost
mutual
{s} ortak, müşterek: mutual friend ortak dost
English - English
in the same way, each to the other; reciprocally

The contract was mutually binding.

in a shared manner; equally; affecting all parties the same way

The adventure was mutually beneficial.

{a} reciprocally, in return, by turns
reciprocally, in an interdependent manner
in a mutual or shared manner; "the agreement was mutually satisfactory"; "the goals of the negotiators were not reciprocally exclusive"
in a mutual or shared manner; "the agreement was mutually satisfactory"; "the goals of the negotiators were not reciprocally exclusive
In a mutual manner
mutually assured destruction
Alternative form of mutual assured destruction
mutually exclusive
Describing multiple events or states of being such that the occurrence of any one implies the non-occurrence of all the others
mutually intelligible
Of a speech variety, able to be understood by speakers of another variety

Another important point is that Homer recognises that the speech of Trojans and Greeks was mutually intelligible.

mutually exclusive
A property of a set of categories such that an individual or object is included in only one category
mutually exclusive
events are said to be mutually exclusive if they have no intersection
mutually exclusive
necessitating a choice between mutually exclusive possibilities; "`either' and `or' in `either this or that'"
mutually exclusive
Two things are mutually exclusive when they can't both happen at the same time In fact, if one of the events happens, then it prevents the others from happening For instance, a traffic signal can be green, red, or yellow, but cannot be two or more of those colors at the same time [Note: "Mutually exclusive" is not at all the same thing as "independent " Independence has to do with the probabilities not being affected by the outcome of the other event ]
mutually exclusive
automatically disallowing one thing when a second is accepted
mutually exclusive
Each option is distinct from all other options
mutually exclusive
Two events are mutually exclusive when the occurrence of one precludes the occurrence of the other
mutually exclusive
The selection of one choice precludes the selection of any competitive choice Several machines can do an identical job in capital budgeting, but only one machine is selected and used
mutually exclusive
unable to be both true at the same time
mutually exclusive
If several events are mutually exclusive, then at most one can be "on" at any one time If there are 20 buttons, and they are mutually exclusive, with regard to being "on", then if one of them is "on", then the others must be "off"
mutual
Relating to a form of mutual insurance or financial institution
mutual
You use mutual to describe a situation, feeling, or action that is experienced, felt, or done by both of two people mentioned. The East and the West can work together for their mutual benefit and progress It's plain that he adores his daughter, and the feeling is mutual. + mutually mu·tu·al·ly Attempts to reach a mutually agreed solution had been fruitless see exclusive
mutual
{a} reciprocal, acting in return, equal, like
Mutual
intermutual
Mutually exclusive
contradictory
mutual
You use mutual to describe something such as an interest which two or more people share. They do, however, share a mutual interest in design We were introduced by a mutual friend
mutual
Reciprocal
mutual
A commercial organisation owned by its members (as opposed to being owned by shareholders) Examples are Building Societies and some life insurance companies
mutual
Having the same relationship, each to each other
mutual
common to or shared by two or more parties; "a common friend"; "the mutual interests of management and labor"
mutual
concerning each of two or more persons or things; especially given or done in return; "reciprocal aid"; "reciprocal trade"; "mutual respect"; "reciprocal privileges at other clubs"
mutual
A mutual fund etc
mutual
If a building society or an insurance company has mutual status, it is not owned by shareholders but by its customers, who receive a share of the profits. Britain's third largest building society abandoned its mutual status and became a bank
mutual
The term mutual denotes a company that is owned by its policyholders instead of by stockholders These companies return part of their profits to policyholders as dividends
mutual
An insurance company that is owned by its policyholders
mutual
Reciprocally acting or related; reciprocally receiving and giving; reciprocally given and received; reciprocal; interchanged; as, a mutual love, advantage, assistance, aversion, etc
mutual
Possessed, experienced, or done by two or more persons or things at the same time; common; joint; as, mutual happiness; a mutual effort
mutual
a life insurance company that is owned by its with-profits policyholders
mutual
{s} shared by each of a pair, reciprocal, joint in experience or ownership; interactive; having the same feelings one for another
mutual
Possessed in common
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