- relating to two or more people or things dependent on each other
Translations for 'interdependent'
- British English: interdependent People or things that are interdependent all depend on each other. ADJECTIVEWe live in an increasingly interdependent world.
- Brazilian Portuguese: interdependente
- Chinese: 互相依赖的互相依赖賴的
- European Spanish: interdependiente
- French: interdépendant interdépendante
- German: voneinander abhängig
- Italian: interdipendente
- Japanese: 互いに依存する
- Korean: 상호 의존적인
- Portuguese: interdependente
- Spanish: interdependiente
Example Sentences Including 'interdependent'
Companies can band together and create interdependent vertical and horizontal clusters for producing, distributing, and servicing goods.
Business Today (2000)
Early training, vocational training, professional opportunities, audience development and building resources are interdependent.
Irish Times (2002)
In Aristotle mind and matter, or form and matter, were considered to be always interdependent in a dynamic interrelationship.
A New Vision of Reality
In short: Two interdependent women find living independently a drag in 19th-century Boston.
The Advertiser, Sunday Mail (2004)
In today's world, countries are more interdependent than ever.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
The countryside, still vibrant 50 years ago, is a different, less interdependent place today - at least in human terms.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
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