OTHER WORDS FROM interdependencenon·in·ter·de·pend·ence, non·in·ter·de·pend·en·cy, noun
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They’re threatened by that interdependence, and they want to assert their cultural identities.The Pros and Cons of America’s (Extreme) Individualism (Ep. 470)|Stephen J. Dubner|July 22, 2021|Freakonomics
Sixty percent of Jewish people in that Zip code live in buildings five stories or more — a fact that augurs greater connectedness and interdependence.Surfside’s Jewish community grows closer after tower collapse: ‘It’s three degrees of separation’|Laura Reiley, Brittany Shammas|June 30, 2021|Washington Post
In one of Simard’s TED Talks, she describes both the interdependence of trees and a battle with cancer that interrupted her work.How Trees Mother Their Seedlings and What We Can Learn About Connection From Forests|Susanna Schrobsdorff|May 2, 2021|Time
Guided by the Unum Test, we can move forward together to find common ground and common purpose, armed with the understanding that our independence as a nation is inseparable from our interdependence as a people.Eight in Ten Americans are Concerned About Partisanship. Here's How 'The Unum Test' Can Reunite America|Jonathan Haidt|April 13, 2021|Time
One episode in particular emphasizes the team’s interdependence.
Interdependence is escalating and the failure of the global system to respond is a source of growing instability.
Higher incomes lead to greater demand on planetary resources and more interdependence.
They must advocate for the very thing their photo ops in Amman implied, infrastructural integration and political interdependence.Israelis and Palestinians: Getting Down To Business|Bernard Avishai|June 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Instead of treating the Israeli and Palestinian narratives as mutually exclusive, J Street recognizes their interdependence.
Business leaders must get involved to push interdependence, as some have done this week at the World Economic Forum.What Commentary Gets Wrong About Olmert-Abbas Negotiations|Bernard Avishai|May 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In Greece the principle of the interdependence of language, metre, and musical sound was carried very far.The Modes of Ancient Greek Music|David Binning Monro
Whether we will or no, this demographic law of interdependence of nations can not be escaped.
Thus sovereignty decreases according to our law of the interdependence of States.
To him it illustrated "the interdependence of those Sciences which the Geographer should study."
The harmony of organs and their mutual dependence are the results of the interdependence of function.Form and Function|E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
British Dictionary definitions for interdependence
Derived forms of interdependenceinterdependency, noun
Cultural definitions for interdependence
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.