Associations to the word «Mutual»
MUTUAL, adjective. Having the same relationship, each to each other.
MUTUAL, adjective. Collective, done or held in common.
MUTUAL, adjective. Reciprocal.
MUTUAL, adjective. Possessed in common.
MUTUAL, adjective. (Relating to a company, insurance or financial institution) Owned by the members.
MUTUAL, noun. A mutual fund, etc.
MUTUAL ADMIRATION SOCIETY, noun. (idiomatic) A group of two or more people, in a workplace or other social environment, who routinely express considerable esteem and support for one another, sometimes to the point of exaggeration or pretense.
MUTUAL ASSURED DESTRUCTION, noun. (politics) (public policy) (military) The threat of massive retaliation using nuclear weapons should a potential enemy use them first, both sides being annihilated in the event of war.
MUTUAL FUND, noun. (finance) A form of collective investment in which money from many investors is pooled and invested in stocks, bonds, short-term money market instruments, and/or other securities under the direction of a fund manager.
MUTUAL FUNDS, noun. Plural of mutual fund
MUTUAL INDUCTANCE, noun. (physics) the ratio of the voltage in a circuit to the change in current in a neighboring circuit
MUTUAL INDUCTION, noun. (physics) the production of an electric current in a circuit by a changing current in a nearby one
MUTUAL INFORMATION, noun. (information theory) A measure of the entropic (informational) correlation between two random variables.
MUTUAL INFORMATIONS, noun. Plural of mutual information
MUTUAL MASTURBATION, noun. A sexual activity in which two or more persons simultaneously masturbate themselves, usually while observing or otherwise communicating with one another.
MUTUAL MASTURBATION, noun. A sexual activity in which two or more persons simultaneously masturbate one another.
MUTUAL MASTURBATIONS, noun. Plural of mutual masturbation
MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK, noun. A financial institution chartered by a central or regional government, without capital stock, that is nominally owned by its members, who subscribe to a common fund.
MUTUAL WILL, noun. (legal) A pair of identical documents executed by a married couple, one signed by the husband, the other by the wife, intended to create an irrevocable contract insuring identical dispositions of their property upon the death of either or both.
MUTUAL WILLS, noun. Plural of mutual will
MUTUAL, adjective. Common to or shared by two or more parties; "a common friend"; "the mutual interests of management and labor".
MUTUAL, adjective. Concerning each of two or more persons or things; especially given or done in return; "reciprocal aid"; "reciprocal trade"; "mutual respect"; "reciprocal privileges at other clubs".
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