(Of a feeling or action) experienced or done by each of two or more parties toward the other or others
our interest in boating is mutual
Support or assistance given and reciprocated (in later use especially as a social or political mechanism); particular reciprocal agreements in international affairs, civil administration, etc.
An investment program funded by shareholders that trades in diversified holdings and is professionally managed
The maintenance of peace between opposing sides by each having a sufficient strike capacity to deter the other from initiating armed conflict; also in extended use.
The relation between two processes whereby one has a part that cannot be executed while a certain part of the other is running, and vice versa.
Attributive designating any of various societies or clubs formed with an educational aim, whose members met to exchange information, discuss learned papers, etc.
A measure or coefficient of mutual induction, usually expressed in henries
The production of an electromotive force in a circuit by a change in the current in an adjacent circuit that is linked to the first by the flux lines of a magnetic field
= mutual improvement.
Insurance in which some or all of the profits are divided among the policyholders
A characteristic curve representing the variation of the anode current of a valve with its grid voltage at constant anode voltage.
The stimulation by two people of each other's genitals for sexual pleasure, especially manually.
A coterie of people who flatter one another and promote each other's reputations.
Mutual deterrence between nuclear powers based on the possession by each of the capacity to destroy a substantial proportion of the population and industry of the other in response to an initial attack; abbreviated MAD.
Fuller form of Comecon.
A mutual fund which invests in highly liquid short-term securities; more fully money market mutual fund.