jointly


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Related to jointly: Jointly and severally, Jointly and severally liable

joint·ly

 (joint′lē)
adv.
In common; together.

joint•ly

(ˈdʒɔɪnt li)

adv.
in combination or partnership.
[1300–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.jointly - in collaboration or cooperation; "this paper was written jointly"
2.jointly - in conjunction with; combined; "our salaries put together couldn't pay for the damage"; "we couldn't pay for the damages with all our salaries put together"

jointly

adverb collectively, together, in conjunction, as one, in common, mutually, in partnership, in league, unitedly The course is taught jointly with the History Department.
individually, separately, singly

jointly

adverb
In, into, or as a single body:
Translations
معاً، سويَّةً
společně
i fællesskab
sameiginlega
skupaj

jointly

[ˈdʒɔɪntlɪ] ADVen común, conjuntamente

jointly

[ˈdʒɔɪntli] adv [owned, run] → conjointement, en commun
The project is jointly funded by government and industry → Le projet est financé conjointement par le gouvernement et l'industrie.
to be jointly responsible for sth → être solidairement responsable de qchjoint ownership ncopropriété fjoint-stock company [dʒɔɪntˈstɒk] nsociété f par actionsjoint venture n
(gen)entreprise f commune
(= company, operation) → joint-venture f

jointly

adv
gemeinsam; decide, work, rule alsozusammen, miteinander; to be jointly owned by …im gemeinsamen Besitz von … sein
(Jur) to be jointly and severally liablegesamtschuldnerisch or als Gesamtschuldner haften

jointly

[ˈdʒɔɪntlɪ] adv (held, funded) → in comune; (agree, organize, act) → di comune accordo

joint

(dʒoint) noun
1. the place where two or more things join. The plumber tightened up all the joints in the pipes.
2. a part of the body where two bones meet but are able to move in the manner of eg a hinge. The shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and ankles are joints.
3. a piece of meat for cooking containing a bone. A leg of mutton is a fairly large joint.
adjective
1. united; done together. the joint efforts of the whole team.
2. shared by, or belonging to, two or more. She and her husband have a joint bank account.
verb
to divide (an animal etc for cooking) at the, or into, joints. Joint the chicken before cooking it.
ˈjointed adjective
1. having (especially movable) joints. a jointed doll.
2. (of an animal etc for cooking) divided into joints or pieces. a jointed chicken.
ˈjointly adverb
together. They worked jointly on this book.
out of joint
(of a limb etc) not in the correct place; dislocated. He put his shoulder out of joint when he moved the wardrobe.

see also join.
References in classic literature ?
You'll consider yourself guardian, jointly with me, of this child, Mr.
Friar Tuck and Much the miller's son soon became right good friends over the steaming stew they jointly prepared for the merry men that evening.
The ordinary power of appointment is confined to the President and Senate JOINTLY, and can therefore only be exercised during the session of the Senate; but as it would have been improper to oblige this body to be continually in session for the appointment of officers and as vacancies might happen IN THEIR RECESS, which it might be necessary for the public service to fill without delay, the succeeding clause is evidently intended to authorize the President, SINGLY, to make temporary appointments "during the recess of the Senate, by granting commissions which shall expire at the end of their next session.
If we say that five or six hundred citizens are as many as can jointly exercise their right of suffrage, must we not deprive the people of the immediate choice of their public servants, in every instance where the administration of the government does not require as many of them as will amount to one for that number of citizens?
John Brown and Peter Goldthwaite had been jointly known to the commercial world between twenty and thirty years before, under the firm of Goldthwaite & Brown; which co-partnership, however, was speedily dissolved by the natural incongruity of its constituent parts.
As he spoke he pointed his staff at a female figure on the path, in whom Goodman Brown recognized a very pious and exemplary dame, who had taught him his catechism in youth, and was still his moral and spiritual adviser, jointly with the minister and Deacon Gookin.
And the better those are who are governed the better also is the government, as for instance of man, rather than the brute creation: for the more excellent the materials are with which the work is finished, the more excellent certainly is the work; and wherever there is a governor and a governed, there certainly is some work produced; for whatsoever is composed of many parts, which jointly become one, whether conjunct or separate, evidently show the marks of governing and governed; and this is true of every living thing in all nature; nay, even in some things which partake not of life, as in music; but this probably would be a disquisition too foreign to our present purpose.
I presume that this hole is jointly inhabited by bats and spiders, and that, consequently, it wages a double war of extermination on the flies).
For example, the largest, and I think at that time the only hardware store in the town was owned and operated jointly by a coloured man and a white man.
Look here, sir," Francis said, "I notice that this concession of yours is granted to you and your partner jointly whilst alive and to the survivor, in case of the death of either of you.
They wrote, not jointly but alternately, Bowman supplying the
To do Ralph Nickleby justice, he seldom practised this sort of dissimulation; but he understood those who did, and therefore suffered Bray to say, again and again, with great vehemence, that they were jointly doing a very cruel thing, before he again offered to interpose a word.