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Hi there,

I would like some help for this sentence :

" The benefits of using a common supplier to buy parts. "

I think the word common is not exactly what I want. Something like mutual would fit better, but I'm talking about more than 2 parts, and usually you find the word mutual to reconcile only 2 things.

Maybe it's better to say...

The benefits of conciliating suppliers to buy parts

  • "Mutual" and "common" are not perfect synonyms anyway. "Mutual suppliers" would be companies that supply to each other - in other words, each one provides and receives supplies. Unless every company is simultaneously a supplier and a recipient of supplies, "mutual" would be wrong.
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