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interdependence

[ in-ter-di-pen-duhns ]
/ ˌɪn tər dɪˈpɛn dəns /
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noun
the quality or condition of being interdependent, or mutually reliant on each other: Globalization of economies leads to an ever-increasing interdependence of countries.
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Origin of interdependence

OTHER WORDS FROM interdependence

non·in·ter·de·pend·ence, non·in·ter·de·pend·en·cy, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for interdependence

interdependence
/ (ˌɪntədɪˈpɛndəns) /

noun
dependence between two or more people, groups, or thingsthe interdependence of economies

Derived forms of interdependence

interdependency, noun
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Cultural definitions for interdependence

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.

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