Definitions of "joint"
  1. Relates to something that is common or shared between two or more entities
  2. Pertains to a situation where two or more parties are jointly involved or negligent
  3. Refers to something shared by or impacting two or more parties together as a single unit
  4. Describes a condition of being united, connected or sharing a certain right or status with another
How to use "joint" in a sentence
  1. The joint ownership of the property made it difficult for one party to sell without the other's consent.
  2. The joint liability clause in the contract holds both parties equally responsible for any damages or losses.
  3. The siblings made a joint decision to maintain the family business instead of selling it.

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