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symbiosis

noun /(British ) ˌsimbiˈousis, ˌsimbaiˈousis; (American) ˌsimbiːˈousis, ˌsimbaiˈousis/ ( plural symbioses)
(biology) a mutually beneficial relationship between two different living things that live close to each other
Simbiosis
Researchers have discovered an unusual symbiosis between tiny single-celled algae and highly specialized bacteria.
a mutually beneficial relationship between people or organizations
Simbiosis
a symbiosis between corrupt government officials and organized crime.
symbiotic /ˌsimbaiˈotik; American ˌsimbiːotik/ adjective
Simbiótico
Lichens are a good example of a symbiotic relationship between two microbes, fungi and algae.
symbiotically /ˌsimbaiˈotikəli; American ˌsimbiːotikliː/ adverb
Simbióticamente
Working together, the jazz pianist and the classical violinist demonstrate how the genres of classical music and jazz are symbiotically linked.
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