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English definition of “mutually”

mutually

adverb     /ˈmjuːtʃuəli/
You use mutually before an adjective when the adjective describes all sides of a situation: a mutually dependent relationship Being attractive and intelligent are not mutually exclusive (= someone can be both attractive and intelligent).Reciprocating
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