Traducción de mutual en Español:


mutuo, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈmjutʃ(u)əl//ˈmjuːtʃ(ə)l//ˈmjuːtʃʊəl/


  • 1

    (loathing/respect/help/affection) mutuo
    • The length of time spent together and their mutual love and respect has meant that the three boys regarded themselves as brothers.
    • Slowly but surely, each earns the respect of the other, and out of that respect grows a mutual appreciation, trust, and inevitably, familial love.
    • What makes a family is not necessarily the proper gender variety in the household but the committed mutual love and respect of individuals.
    • If the feeling is mutual, the system will alert both parties.
    • In our time of separation, I believe there grew a mutual love & respect which had been missing before.
    • A family is not a business; it is a home that should be run out of mutual love and respect.
    • But this has not affected the mutual love and respect he and his children feel for one another.
    • Where hostility and mutual contempt have replaced love and respect, it is in no one's best interests to prolong the agony.
    • Many of them despise him, and the feeling is mutual.
    • ‘We met around town in Detroit and just had a mutual admiration and respect, then just sort of gravitated toward one another,’ says Benson.
    • The fans love him and the feeling is mutual.
    • Dara seemed to have mutual feelings toward it since she whipped out her newly charged cell phone and began punching in numbers.
    • It had just been Joy and Mark - two people united by mutual feelings of respect and, as much as Joy hated to admit it, love.
    • And, here, far away from the partisan capital, the warm feelings are mutual.
    • She hugged me and told me she missed me - the feeling was certainly mutual.
    • If you worked hard he appreciated you and that feeling was mutual between us.
    • She took an instant dislike to Mary and the feeling was largely mutual.
    • But it seems the feeling was mutual, so that's fine.
    • Sorry to tell you this, Meg, but I'm sure the feeling was mutual.
    • As a director, he carefully chooses those that work with him, and seeks an atmosphere of mutual loyalty and respect.
  • 2

    (shared, common)
    (friend/enemy) común
    by mutual agreement de común acuerdo
    • the arrangement will be to our mutual benefit el arreglo será beneficioso para ambos/para todos
    • we have a mutual interest in opera compartimos el mismo interés por la ópera
    • As an illustration of the difference between common and mutual knowledge suppose that you and I are each dealt a card.
    • We met two months ago, at the birthday party of a mutual friend.
    • ‘I met Andy Coe (bass player) at a party thrown by a mutual friend,’ said Pete.
    • At any rate, it turned out that he and I had some mutual friends who were throwing a Halloween party.
    • I know that they were introduced by mutual friends.
    • Dave and Killian met at a mutual friend's birthday party.
    • It goes beyond the age, gender, location formula to match individuals based on mutual friends and similar interests.
    • He waived the hourly fee after discovering a mutual common interest in the gym.
    • Lately, the situation has worsened, as a mutual friend has returned to town.
    • They met at a mutual friend's party almost six years ago.
    • Christian social thinkers have stated that solidarity involves mutual interests, common approaches and an altruistic sense of duty and compassion.
    • Discussions included topics of mutual and continuing interest common to both countries.
    • The ties between the United States and Japan are friendly and close because we share common values, mutual interests and joint faith in democracy.
    • But we had mutual friends in common, and the most significant one was this chap, James Coldhurst.
    • But one of our mutual friends had returned from a vacation and he had specially requested my participation.
    • Men preferred friends with mutual acquaintances and common interests, while women valued laughter, honesty and trust.
    • They had met at a mutual friend's party a while ago.
    • The authors acknowledge the need for such projects to be based on mutual goals that address common problems of the local institution.
    • I saw the now 7-year-old Brandon for the first time in a while at a mutual friend's Christmas party.
    • Girls with more than one mutual friend completed the questionnaire on the most stable or highest ranked friend.
  • 3

    mutual benefit society mutualidad femenino
    • mutual savings bank caja de ahorros mutuos
    • The company has already dismissed two earlier challenges to its mutual status, from a Monaco-based fund manager in 2000 and a retired lecturer, David Stonebanks, last year.
    • Beyond these two, there are still a number of smaller mutual building societies, but it is unlikely they will demutualise.
    • The former mutual building society has seen its shares rise by 42 per cent since this time last year.
    • Deep in Glasgow's business district, nearly all the grand former building societies, mutual associations and insurance offices have been transformed into eateries and drinkeries.
    • Many building societies have thrown off their mutual status, offering their members shares or a lump sum bonus in return.
    • In an effort to remain mutual, many building societies forced new account owners to waive their rights to any forthcoming windfall shares.
    • Trust chiefs say the proposals would see the trust being owned and run by local members, comparing the move with the way mutual building societies are run.
    • In addition, it is a mutual company and profits, if realised from its other businesses, are paid into the with-profits fund.
    • Members of the local community would ‘own’ the hospitals in the same way as mutual building societies are run.
    • Members of mutual companies that have gone public in recent times have in some cases reaped significant financial benefits.
    • First, there are the building societies that have converted from mutual associations to public limited companies and have become banks.
    • When every mutual and pension fund in the land owns a chunk of a particular stock, it may have nowhere to go but down.
    • They are mutual societies owned and controlled by their members, who must share a common bond.
    • The plan would see the trust being owned and run by local members, in a similar way to mutual building societies.
    • Mr Goodfellow re-emphasised the Skipton's commitment to remaining a mutual building society.
    • Furthermore, several building societies and mutual life assurance companies have converted to listed companies over the past fifteen years, providing windfall shares to their members.
    • Now his finance days are behind him as he leads one of Scotland's remaining mutual building societies.
    • New legislation that will allow the company to demutualise (change its status from a mutual society that is owned by its members) is expected to be passed by year-end.
    • In previous years, building societies and mutual companies (those without shareholders) usually dominated these annual surveys of the cheapest lenders.
    • This mutual building society offers a very limited unit trust range on the grounds that its members generally need little else.