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mutuality

Syllabification: mu·tu·al·i·ty
Pronunciation: /ˌmyo͞oCHəˈwalədē
 
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Definition of mutuality in English:

noun

Mutual character, quality, or activity: a high degree of mutuality of respect for each other’s expertise
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  • The sharing of this type of information on the part of the physician demonstrates a high degree of mutuality in the relationship.
  • Friendship is a unique relationship because of the mutuality and equality of the participants.
  • At issue here is the balance within relationships between dominance and mutuality.

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