1. in common
English word "gemeenschappelijk"(in common) occurs in sets:2. Relationships (2)
The two men understood one another perfectly, and had a mutual respect for each other's strong qualities.
As cultural exchange continued between the two countries, their mutual understanding became even deeper.
The point of true mutual understanding has not yet been reached between Japan and China.
While the birth rate is intended to be decreased in developing countries, that of developed nations is selfishly planned to be increased, resulting in the difficulty of getting mutual consent.
It is through the team that the program succeeds; i.e., their unique training, their commitment, their communication and their mutual respect.
mutual agreement, mutual obligations
to cooperate to work together for their mutual benefit
The definition of mutual is something that goes both ways, such as when two people feel the same way about each other or when two people like the same person.
This is commonly needed in assessments and as part of mutual consultation or discussion to decide the best way forward.
"I would like the Sejm debates, conducted among people with different views, to be carried on with mutual respect", he said.
I believe that I speak on behalf of many of us when saying that this notion is mutual.
When two or more people have a mutual friend or interest, they have the same one. wspólny Andrew and Jean were introduced to each other by a mutual friend.
English word "gemeenschappelijk"(mutual) occurs in sets:engels chapter 3 voca 1