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shared

adjective
 
 
/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 free trade The team must feel that they are working towards shared goals.
Translations of “shared”
in Chinese (Traditional) 分享的, 共有的, 共同的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 分享的, 共有的, 共同的…
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