mutual

[ˈmjuːtʃʊəl] [ˈmjutʃuəl]

adj. 相互的,彼此的;共同的

详细释义

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

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adj /ˈmjuːtʃʊəl/

共同的;相互的

搭配:[+ benefit, interest]

  • The East and the West can work together for their mutual benefit.

    东西方可以为了共同利益通力合作。

  • They had discovered a mutual interest in football.

    他们发现在足球方面有共同的兴趣。

  • They share a mutual interest in design.

    他们在设计上有共同的兴趣。

  • We were introduced by a mutual friend who thought we might like to go out together.

    我们由一位共同的朋友介绍认识,那位朋友以为我们也许愿意约会。

相互的

搭配:[+ respect, understanding, support]

  • The relationship was one of mutual respect.

    这是一种相互尊重的关系。

  • I didn't like him and I was sure the feeling was mutual.

    我不喜欢他而且我肯定他也不喜欢我。

  • It's plain that he adores his daughter, and the feeling is mutual.

    显而易见,他很喜爱自己的女儿,他女儿对他也是这种感觉。

利益共享的 【金融】

  • Britain's third-largest building society abandoned its mutual status and became a bank.

    英国第三大建屋互助会放弃了互助性质,变成了银行。

常用短语

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  1. a mutual friend 共同的朋友
  2. the feeling is mutual 感受是共同的

英英释义

adj.
concerning each of two or more persons or things; especially given or done in return
common to or shared by two or more parties

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