mutual agreement
I noun acclamation, accord, accordance, affirmation, common consent, concord, concordance, concurrent agreement, consensus, consentaneity, consentience, contract, general agreement, likemindedness, meeting of the minds, mutual arrangement, mutual bargain, pact, unanimity, unison, universal agreement II index arrangement (understanding), bargain, composition (agreement in bankruptcy), conciliation, consensus, contract, indenture, pact, policy (contract), quid pro quo

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  • mutual agreement — reciprocal understanding between people …   English contemporary dictionary

  • settlement by mutual agreement — index composition (agreement in bankruptcy) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • agreement — agree·ment n 1 a: the act or fact of agreeing by mutual agreement b: unity of opinion, understanding, or intent; esp: the mutual assent of contracting parties to the same terms if they reach agreement ◇ Under common law, agreement is a necessary… …   Law dictionary

  • mutual — mu‧tu‧al [ˈmjuːtʆuəl] adjective [only before a noun] FINANCE relating to financial institutions, for example some insurance companies and, in Britain, building, where there are no shareholders but where investors receive their share of profits in …   Financial and business terms

  • agreement — n. contract, settlement, treaty 1) to come to, conclude, enter into, negotiate, reach, work out an agreement 2) to carry out an agreement 3) to break, violate; denounce an agreement 4) a binding; contractual; ironclad; legal; tacit; tentative… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • mutual — Common to both parties. Interchangeable; reciprocal; each acting in return or correspondence to the other; given and received; spoken of an engagement or relation in which like duties and obligations are exchanged; e.g., the marital relation. As… …   Black's law dictionary

  • mutual — mu|tu|al1 [ mjutʃuəl ] adjective ** 1. ) felt or done in the same way by each of two or more people: mutual respect/support/understanding Our relationship was based on mutual distrust. the mutual recognition of professional qualifications… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • agreement — noun 1 contract/decision ADJECTIVE ▪ draft ▪ The draft agreement will be available before the meeting. ▪ formal, signed, written ▪ binding …   Collocations dictionary

  • mutual — I UK [ˈmjuːtʃuəl] / US [ˈmjutʃuəl] adjective ** 1) a) felt or done in the same way by each of two or more people mutual respect/support/understanding Our relationship was based on mutual distrust. by mutual agreement: He said his contract was… …   English dictionary

  • mutual — mu|tu|al [ˈmju:tʃuəl] adj [Date: 1400 1500; : French; Origin: mutuel, from Latin mutuus lent, borrowed, mutual ] 1.) mutual feelings such as respect, trust, or hatred are feelings that two or more people have for each other →↑reciprocal mutual… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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