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synonyms for interdependent

  • bilateral
  • collective
  • reciprocal
  • associated
  • communal
  • conjoint
  • conjunct
  • connected
  • convertible
  • correlative
  • dependent
  • give-and-take
  • given and taken
  • interactive
  • interchangeable
  • intermutual
  • joint
  • partaken
  • participated
  • public
  • reciprocated
  • related
  • respective
  • returned
  • two-sided
  • united
  • mutual
  • complementary
  • dependent
  • double
  • equivalent
  • give-and-take
  • twin
  • fellow
  • duplicate
  • correlative
  • coordinate
  • convertible
  • companion
  • changeable
  • corresponding
  • exchangeable
  • interchangeable
  • matching
  • reciprocative
  • reciprocatory
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antonyms for interdependent

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  • detached
  • distinct
  • separate
  • unshared
  • singular
  • unequal
  • different
  • independent
  • unlike
  • dissimilar
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            How to use interdependent in a sentence

            These ferns appear to form a complex society made up of interdependent groups.
            THESE FERNS MAY BE FIRST PLANTS KNOWN TO WORK TOGETHER AS ANTS DOJAKE BUEHLERJULY 1, 2021SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
            A breakthrough in US high-speed railHigh-speed rail makes sense for Houston and Dallas, cities centered in metro areas of around 7 million residents each, 240 miles apart with interdependent economies.
            IF HIGH SPEED RAIL CAN WORK BETWEEN DALLAS AND HOUSTON, IT COULD WORK IN THESE PLACES TOOCAMILLE SQUIRESJUNE 30, 2021QUARTZ
            The ferns — and possibly similar plants — may form a type of complex, interdependent society previously considered limited to animals like ants and termites, researchers report online May 14 in Ecology.
            THESE FERNS MAY BE THE FIRST PLANTS KNOWN TO SHARE WORK LIKE ANTSJAKE BUEHLERJUNE 7, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
            We need to understand that we are socially interdependent with each other.
            INDIA IS GRAPPLING WITH COVID GRIEFTANYA BASUMAY 28, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
            The brilliance of the game comes from the way that each player is regularly assigned their own special skill, making them interdependent partners.
            ‘IT TAKES TWO’ TESTS YOUR ABILITY TO SAVE A MARRIAGE AND FLY A FIDGET SPINNERCHRISTOPHER BYRDAPRIL 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
            The pandemic has shown how interdependent we are and that this is a time in our nation to make sure we’re taking care of everyone.
            AS MANY AMERICANS GET COVID-19 VACCINES AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT, UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS KEEP FALLING THROUGH THE CRACKSLJ DAWSON / KAISER HEALTH NEWSMARCH 8, 2021TIME
            This makes all the physical sciences interdependent, despite the fact that each is independent of the others.
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            To a certain extent, one is not prepared to say how far, the military and social crises are interdependent.
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            His next objective were two cities called Ora and Bazira, which were obviously close together and interdependent.
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            On the contrary, he could be very serious when his hobby of paper-making, with its many interdependent industries, was mentioned.
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            WORDS RELATED TO INTERDEPENDENT

            • addicted
            • attached
            • hooked
            • interconnected
            • interdependent
            • mutually dependent
            • slavish trust
            • unhealthy confidence
            • commutual
            • complemental
            • completing
            • completory
            • conclusive
            • correlative
            • correspondent
            • corresponding
            • crowning
            • equivalent
            • fellow
            • integral
            • integrative
            • interconnected
            • interdependent
            • interrelated
            • interrelating
            • matched
            • paired
            • parallel
            • reciprocal
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