interdependent

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mutually dependent; reliant on one another
A group of plants that by growing together protect each other from disturbance by wind, erosion, or other natural processes Shallow rooted trees will often remain windfirm because they form a wide, spreading root mat (See Illustration 7 )
Refers to the complimentary framework of human rights law For example, your ability to participate in your government is directly affected by your right to express yourself, to get an education, and even to obtain the necessities of life
{s} mutually dependent, relying on each other
dependence of one thing on another for survival
when two or more depend on each other
Relying on one another A group of people or nations are interdependent if each member can make a unique and necessary contribution to the welfare of all Three friends are interdependent if one has a car, another a driver's license, and the third money for gas
Refers to the complementary framework of human rights law For example, your ability to participate in your government is directly affected by your right to express yourself, to get an education, and even to obtain the necessities of life
People and/or businesses depending on or helping each other
a relationship that need both parties to be successful
mutually dependent
People or things that are interdependent all depend on each other. We live in an increasingly interdependent world. depending on or necessary to each other
"inter": between and among + "dependent": to rely on another = relationships between and among creatures and systems in which each side relies upon the other
interdependently
In an interdependent manner
interdependently
in a mutually dependent manner
interdependent

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    in·ter·de·pend·ent

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    întırdîpendınt

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    /ˌəntərdəˈpendənt/ /ˌɪntɜrdɪˈpɛndənt/

    Etimoloji

    (prefix.) Middle English inter-, enter-, from Middle French and Latin; Middle French inter-, entre-, from Latin inter-, from inter; akin to Old High German untar among, Greek enteron intestine, Old English in in.

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