living in symbiosis, or having an interdependent relationship:
Many people feel the relationship between humans and dogs is symbiotic.
symbiotic sym·bi·ot·ic (sĭm’bē-ŏt’ĭk, -bī-)
Of, resembling, or relating to symbiosis.
liar or drunkard (see Isa. 28:1, 7), has been from the time of the Crusaders usually identified with Sychem or Shechem (John 4:5). It has now, however, as the result of recent explorations, been identified with ‘Askar, a small Samaritan town on the southern base of Ebal, about a mile to the north of Jacob’s […]
noun 1. fine uncoined silver in lumps of various sizes usually bearing a banker’s or assayer’s stamp or mark, formerly used in China as a medium of exchange. noun 1. silver ingots formerly used as a medium of exchange in China
noun 1. (in India) a groom; stable attendant. noun 1. (formerly, in India) a servant employed to look after horses, drive carriages, etc 2. (in Malaysia) a driver or chauffeur
noun 1. a maple, Acer pseudoplatanus, of Europe and western Asia, having gray bark and opposite, lobed leaves: grown as a shade tree.