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mutually

adverb [not gradable]  us   /ˈmju·tʃu·ə·li/
in a way that shows that two or more people or groups feel the same emotion, do the same thing with or for each other: A lot of people still think brains and beauty are mutually exclusive (= cannot exist together at the same time).
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