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adjective as in co-dependent

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These ferns appear to form a complex society made up of interdependent groups.

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.

From Quartz

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.

We need to understand that we are socially interdependent with each other.

The brilliance of the game comes from the way that each player is regularly assigned their own special skill, making them interdependent partners.

These have just been published as Tiger Writing: Art, Culture, and the Interdependent Self.

More generally, in an interdependent world, would we expect all countries to adopt the same institutions?

We need leaders who understand that we are interconnected, interdependent—leaders like Panmela Castro.

This makes all the physical sciences interdependent, despite the fact that each is independent of the others.

To a certain extent, one is not prepared to say how far, the military and social crises are interdependent.

His next objective were two cities called Ora and Bazira, which were obviously close together and interdependent.

On the contrary, he could be very serious when his hobby of paper-making, with its many interdependent industries, was mentioned.

It is not perceived as a general essence, but only through interdependent phenomena.


On this page you'll find 363 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to interdependent, such as: addicted, attached, hooked, interconnected, mutually dependent, and slavish trust.

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