Part of speech:
Relating to both the right and the left side of the body or of a body structure:
Relating to two or more persons or things regarded individually; particular:
Standing in relation or connection.
Having no special designation, status, or rank:
Shared by or common to two or more:
(Comput.) Of or involving a mode of operation in which there is a continual exchange of information between the computer and the user
Every other; every second
Associated is someone whose rank is inferior.
Occupying the same area in space or happening at the same time:
(Genetics) Relating to a group of genes that act in concert to produce a specific phenotype.
(Gram.) Expressing mutual relation and used in pairs
Composed of similar or identical elements or parts; uniform
(Physiology) Of or relating to a neuromuscular phenomenon in which the excitation of one group of muscles is accompanied by the inhibition of another.
(Elec.) Designating or of a machine, specif. an alternating-current motor, generator, or converter, whose normal operating speed is exactly proportional to the frequency of the current in the circuit to which it is connected
Dependence on each other or one another; mutual dependence
Not touching or adjoined; detached:
Not the same; separate; individual
Of or relating to a community.
Joined together; united; combined; associated
Being usually the case; true or applicable in most instances but not all:
The definition of public is something that is related to, available to or known by people.
Having the same relationship each to the other
Group is defined as something related to a collection or a number of people or things.
The definition of interchangeable is able to be used in place of one another.
Having two sides
- Common simply implies being shared by others or by all the members of a group our common interests
- Reciprocal implies a return in kind or degree by each of two sides of what is given or demonstrated by the other a reciprocal trade agreement or may refer to any inversely corresponding relationship the reciprocal functions of two machine parts
- Mutual may imply an interchange of feeling between two persons mutual admiration, mutual enemies, or a sharing jointly with others the mutual efforts of a group
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