Solidary Sol"i*da*ry, a. Having community of interests and responsibilities. [1913 Webster]

Men are solidary, or copartners; and not isolated. --M. Arnold. [1913 Webster]

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  • solidary — sol·i·dary / sä lə ˌder ē/ adj [French solidaire characterized by community of interests, from Middle French, from Latin (in) solidum for the whole, involving all] in the civil law of Louisiana 1: existing jointly and severally 2: being a party… …   Law dictionary

  • solidary — 1818, from Fr. solidaire, from solide (see SOLID (Cf. solid)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • solidary — A term of civil law origin, signifying that the right or interest spoken of is joint or common. A solidary obligation corresponds to a joint and several obligation in the common law; that is, one for which several debtors are bound in such wise… …   Black's law dictionary

  • solidary — solidarily, adv. /sol i der ee/, adj. characterized by or involving community of responsibilities and interests. [1810 20; < F solidaire, MF; see SOLID, ARY1] * * * …   Universalium

  • solidary — adjective Having community of interests and responsibilities. See Also: solid, solidus, solidarity …   Wiktionary

  • solidary — sol·i·dar·y || sÉ‘lɪdÉ™rɪ / sÉ’lɪdrɪ adj. having common interests, having joint responsibilities, united in a common goal or purpose …   English contemporary dictionary

  • solidary — adjective characterized by solidarity. Origin C19: from Fr. solidaire, from solide solid …   English new terms dictionary

  • solidary — sol·i·dary …   English syllables

  • solidary — /ˈsɒlədri/ (say soluhdree) adjective characterised by or involving responsibilities and interests in common …   Australian English dictionary

  • solidary —   a. Law, having joint interests or obligations …   Dictionary of difficult words

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