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to complement each other

  • 1 complementarse

    1 to complement each other, be complementary to each other
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    (v.) = dovetail
    Ex. The three should dovetail so that each builds on the other instead of working against it.
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    (v.) = dovetail

    Ex: The three should dovetail so that each builds on the other instead of working against it.

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    vpr
    to complement each other;
    se complementan a la perfección they complement each other perfectly, they are the perfect complement to each other
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    vr

    Spanish-English dictionary > complementarse

  • 2 mutuamente

    adv.
    mutually, conversely, reciprocally.
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    1 mutually
    se quieren mutuamente they love each other, they love one another
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    ADV mutually, reciprocally
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    adverbio mutually

    se insultaron/acusaron mutuamente — they insulted/accused each other

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    = each other, mutually, reciprocally.
    Ex. Because this style of catalogue attempts to group documents which are related to each other by having the same author this type of catalogue is sometimes referred to as a bibliographic catalogue.
    Ex. It is important that the characteristics of division used in this process should be mutually exclusive, in order to avoid cross-classification.
    Ex. Reciprocally, research in the information sciences raises specific ontological questions which call for further philosophical investigations.
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    * aprender mutuamente = learn from + one another.
    * complementarse mutuamente = complement + one another.
    * entorpecerse mutuamente = trip over + each other.
    * mutuamente destructivo = internecine.
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    adverbio mutually

    se insultaron/acusaron mutuamente — they insulted/accused each other

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    = each other, mutually, reciprocally.

    Ex: Because this style of catalogue attempts to group documents which are related to each other by having the same author this type of catalogue is sometimes referred to as a bibliographic catalogue.

    Ex: It is important that the characteristics of division used in this process should be mutually exclusive, in order to avoid cross-classification.
    Ex: Reciprocally, research in the information sciences raises specific ontological questions which call for further philosophical investigations.
    * aprender mutuamente = learn from + one another.
    * complementarse mutuamente = complement + one another.
    * entorpecerse mutuamente = trip over + each other.
    * mutuamente destructivo = internecine.

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    mutually
    se insultaron/acusaron mutuamente they insulted/accused each other
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    mutuamente adverbio each other, mutually: nos lavamos mutuamente el pelo, we wash each other's hair
    ' mutuamente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ayudarse
    English:
    each
    - mutually
    - reciprocally
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    mutually;
    se vigilaban mutuamente they were both watching each other

    Spanish-English dictionary > mutuamente

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  • complement (v) vs compliment (n) —   Complement is a verb, which means to make something seem better or more attractive when combined.   For example: The colours blue and green complement each other perfectly.   Compliment is a noun, which means a remark that expresses approval,… …   English dictionary of common mistakes and confusing words

  • complement (v) vs compliment (n) —   Complement is a verb, which means to make something seem better or more attractive when combined.   For example: The colours blue and green complement each other perfectly.   Compliment is a noun, which means a remark that expresses approval,… …   English dictionary of common mistakes and confusing words

  • complement / compliment —    Complement means to supplement or make complete : Their two personalities complement each other.    Compliment means to praise or congratulate : She received a compliment on her sense of fashion …   Confused words

  • complement / compliment —    Complement means to supplement or make complete : Their two personalities complement each other.    Compliment means to praise or congratulate : She received a compliment on her sense of fashion …   Confused words

  • Complement (music) — Traditional interval complementation: P4 + P5 = P8 In music the term complement refers to two distinct concepts. In traditional music theory a complement is the interval which, when added to the original interval, spans an octave in total. For… …   Wikipedia

  • complement — complementer, n. n. /kom pleuh meuhnt/; v. /kom pleuh ment /, n. 1. something that completes or makes perfect: A good wine is a complement to a good meal. 2. the quantity or amount that completes anything: We now have a full complement of packers …   Universalium

  • complement — complements, complementing, complemented (The verb is pronounced [[t]kɒ̱mplɪment[/t]]. The noun is pronounced [[t]kɒ̱mplɪmənt[/t]].) 1) VERB If one thing complements another, it goes well with the other thing and makes its good qualities more… …   English dictionary

  • complement — com•ple•ment n. [[t]ˈkɒm plə mənt[/t]] v. [[t] ˌmɛnt[/t]] n. 1) something that completes or makes perfect: A good wine is a complement to a good meal[/ex] 2) the quantity or amount that completes anything: We now have a full complement of bridge… …   From formal English to slang

  • complement — 1. noun /ˈkɒmpləmənt,ˈkɑːmpləmənt/ a) Something (or someone) that completes; the consummation. perform all those works of mercy, which Clemens Alexandrinus calls amoris et amicitiæ impletionem et extentionem, the extent and complement of love [ …   Wiktionary

  • complement */ — I UK [ˈkɒmplɪment] / US [ˈkɑmpləˌment] verb [transitive] Word forms complement : present tense I/you/we/they complement he/she/it complements present participle complementing past tense complemented past participle complemented 1) to combine well …   English dictionary

  • complement — 01. This wine will [complement] any fish dishes. 02. Ginger really [complements] the flavor of the vegetables in a stir fry. 03. We put up some new drapes to [complement] the living room furniture. 04. Massage treatments can be used to… …   Grammatical examples in English

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