co-dependent


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co-dependent

(esp US Psych)
nKoabhängige(r) mf
adjkoabhängig
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The planet is made up of complex and co-dependent systems and human activity has endangered, damaged and made extinct habitats, animals, plans and organisms, so it can be hard to know how to take action.
'Killing Michael Jackson' also explores the pop singer's and Murray's co-dependent relationship and examine the extent of his accountability over the death of the singer.
"The relationship with Ms Donnachie is co-dependent. Both have issues with drink and drugs."
In terms of performance, MIUI 10 comes with two new features called "lock free critical path" and "co-dependent prioritising", which are said to improve speed times of their devices by up to 10 percent.
She concluded on the note that 'the future of Pakistan and Afghanistan is so co-dependent that the two do not have any option but to cooperate and the youth has to play a critical role there'.
There are indeed implications in this dispute for every other nation, showing just how intertwined and co-dependent the economics of nations have become.
I am now dependent on this car in order to get about the place, and the car is also dependent on me, in what therapists call a toxic co-dependent relationship.
Olivier Breittmayer, CEO, Exclusive Group, said, "Cybersecurity and cloud are the leading business priorities in this age of digital transformation, both as separate disciplines but -- even more so -- joined together as a co-dependent whole.
For Indonesia, building sector growth is co-dependent on that of infrastructure, which is forecast to grow 5,9% each year from 2017-2026, outperforming the overall construction industry's projected annual growth rate of 3,9%.