Definitions of "solidary"
  1. A condition where multiple parties are individually and collectively responsible
  2. Having a shared duty or responsibility as part of a collective agreement
How to use "solidary" in a sentence
  1. The solidary obligation of the partners meant that they were individually and collectively liable for the debt.
  2. In a partnership agreement, the parties may assume a solidary role to share responsibility for the business's obligations.
  3. The terms of the contract imposed a solidary obligation on the tenants, making them accountable for the full rent regardless of who pays.

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