- cilyddolcydymddibyniaethi'r ddwy ochr
Adjective(1) common to or shared by two or more parties(2) concerning each of two or more persons or things; especially given or done in return
(1) But one of our mutual friends had returned from a vacation and he had specially requested my participation.(2) Where hostility and mutual contempt have replaced love and respect, it is in no one's best interests to prolong the agony.(3) As an illustration of the difference between common and mutual knowledge suppose that you and I are each dealt a card.(4) I know that they were introduced by mutual friends.(5) Slowly but surely, each earns the respect of the other, and out of that respect grows a mutual appreciation, trust, and inevitably, familial love.(6) Discussions included topics of mutual and continuing interest common to both countries.(7) Men preferred friends with mutual acquaintances and common interests, while women valued laughter, honesty and trust.(8) Many building societies have thrown off their mutual status, offering their members shares or a lump sum bonus in return.(9) Now his finance days are behind him as he leads one of Scotland's remaining mutual building societies.(10) Beyond these two, there are still a number of smaller mutual building societies, but it is unlikely they will demutualise.(11) In addition, it is a mutual company and profits, if realised from its other businesses, are paid into the with-profits fund.(12) The fans love him and the feeling is mutual .(13) They are mutual societies owned and controlled by their members, who must share a common bond.(14) The authors acknowledge the need for such projects to be based on mutual goals that address common problems of the local institution.(15) In our time of separation, I believe there grew a mutual love & respect which had been missing before.(16) But it seems the feeling was mutual , so that's fine.
(1) mutual fund :: Cronfa cyd
1. reciprocal ::
2. common ::
1. exclusive ::
2. individual ::
3. single ::
4. sole ::
5. solitary ::
6. unilateral ::
Different Formsmutual, mutuality, mutually
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