co-dependency


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co-dependency

(ˌkəʊdɪˈpɛndənsɪ)
n
(Psychology) psychol a state of mutual dependence between two people, esp when one partner relies emotionally on supporting and caring for the other partner
ˌco-deˈpendent adj, n
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Through this integrated and technologically advanced industrial park, we are aiming to upskill workers and create a sustainable co-dependency between man and machine.
Addressing the ILC plenary on 7 June, ISSA Secretary General Hans-Horst Konkolewsky welcomed the new initiative of the ILO to stress the link between environmental sustainability and decent work, and the co-dependency between work related activities and the environment.
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I noted that what the minister was describing is a co-dependency, where one person's needs feed the other's needs.