- Having the same relationship, each to each other.
- They were mutual enemies.
- Collective, done or held in common.
- Mutual insurance.
- They had mutual fear of each other.
- Possessed in common.
- They had a mutual love of the same woman.
- 1809, Faculty of Advocates (Scotland), Decisions of the Court of Sessions, from 1752 to 1808 (page 216)
- On his area the pursuer built a dwelling-house, of which the gable and garden-wall were mutual with his neighbour Smith […]
- (Relating to a company, insurance or financial institution) Owned by the members.
- (done or held in common): mutual, shared; see also Thesaurus:joint
- (reciprocal): reciprocative; see also Thesaurus:reciprocal
having the same relationship, each to each other
possessed in common
relating to a form of mutual insurance or financial institution
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mutual (plural mutuals)
- A mutual fund.
- (business, finance, insurance) A mutual organization.
- (Internet) Either of a pair of people who follow each other's social media accounts.
mutual fund — see mutual fund
mutual organization — see mutual organization
mutual (plural mutuales)