One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Organize (a company or business) on mutual principles.‘was the BBC about to be mutualized, with viewers becoming stockholders?’
- ‘This should go down a bomb with the suits, along with his other suggestion that auditors should be mutualised, and take on a not-for-profit for true independence.’
- ‘He has already supported calls for a rethink of the ownership of Scottish Water and said it should be mutualised.’
2Share out (something) equally between involved parties.‘the ruling council of Lloyd's has refused to contemplate anything that would appear to mutualize names' losses’
- ‘They are interested in the ways in which income is mutualized in individual households.’
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