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"shared" in British English

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sharedadjective

uk   /ʃeəd/  us   /ʃerd/
owned, ​divided, ​felt, or ​experienced by more than one ​person: The ​company is in shared ​ownership. She and her ​husband have many shared ​interests. We ​talked about ​our shared ​experiences of ​India.
(Definition of shared from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"shared" in Business English

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sharedadjective

uk   us   /ʃeəd/
owned or used by more than one ​person: The ​company is in shared ​ownership. shared ​services/​resources In a complex ​world of shared ​information it is important to have the best ​security for your ​computer.
experienced or understood in the same way by more than one ​person: shared ​values/beliefs/​culture a shared ​commitment to ​freetrade The ​team must ​feel that they are ​working towards shared ​goals.
(Definition of shared from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “shared”
in Chinese (Simplified) 分享的, 共有的, 共同的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 分享的, 共有的, 共同的…
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