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adjective uk   us   /ˈmjuː.tʃu.əl/
C1 (of two or more people or groups) feeling the same emotion, or doing the same thing to or for each other: Theirs was a partnership based on mutual respect, trust and understanding. Both countries are acting to their mutual advantage. The agreement was terminated by mutual consent.
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noun [C] uk   us   /ˈmjuː.tʃu.əl/ (also mutual company)
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