Definition of interdependent in English:

interdependent

Syllabification: in·ter·de·pend·ent
Pronunciation: /ˌin(t)ərdəˈpendənt
 
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adjective

(Of two or more people or things) dependent on each other: the increasingly global nature of human society, with interdependent economies
More example sentences
  • All are interlinked and interdependent, especially with each other but also with national institutions in the member states.
  • The buildings within had an interdependent relationship to the landscape as well as to each other.
  • Water polo is a team sport which requires all the players to be interdependent upon each other.

Derivatives

interdepend

verb
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  • To watch and feel Apollo is to see how shape and fluidity, pose and movement, interdepend.
  • The point is made in many different ways, that king and people interdepend, that each individual is a microcosm of the state, that states like the souls of men must be redeemed.

interdependence

noun
More example sentences
  • Previous research has focused on the interdependence between corporate bond spreads and the business cycle.
  • But there is a relationship of essential interdependence between them.
  • This interdependence is historic and continues through generations.

interdependency

noun
More example sentences
  • They did many things together - three sons, a house, financial interdependency, hallmarks of a ‘normal’ marriage.
  • And so it goes; the chain of interdependency should be clear.
  • Economic globalization has fostered a more intensive global economic interdependency.

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