- the quality or condition of being interdependent, or mutually reliant on each other: Globalization of economies leads to an ever-increasing interdependence of countries.
Origin of interdependence
- mutually dependent; depending on each other.
Origin of interdependent
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Examples from the Web for interdependencies
The difference lies in the quality and degree of the perception of ties and interdependencies; in the use to which they are put.Human Nature and Conduct
This making does not come about in a vacuum, but in the pragmatic framework of our interdependencies.The Civilization of Illiteracy
Construction means dramatic architecture, or in other words, a careful pre-arrangement of proportions and interdependencies.Play-Making
- dependence between two or more people, groups, or thingsthe interdependence of economies
- relating to two or more people or things dependent on each other
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Word Origin and History for interdependencies
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
In economics, the concept that all prices are to some degree affected by all other prices and also that all markets are affected by all other markets.
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