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mutualize

Line breaks: mu¦tual|ize
Pronunciation: /ˈmjuːtʃʊəlʌɪz
 
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(also mutualise)

Definition of mutualize in English:

verb

[with object]
1Organize (a company or business) on mutual principles: was the BBC about to be mutualized, with viewers becoming stockholders?
More example sentences
  • This should go down a bomb with the suits, along with his other suggestion that auditors should be mutualised, and take on a not-for-profit for true independence.
  • He has already supported calls for a rethink of the ownership of Scottish Water and said it should be mutualised.
2Share out (something) equally between involved parties: the ruling council of Lloyd’s has refused to contemplate anything that would appear to mutualize names' losses
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  • They are interested in the ways in which income is mutualized in individual households.

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