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reciprocal

adjective
 
 
/rɪˈsɪprəkəl/ formal
involving two people or organizations who agree to help each other by behaving in the same way or by giving each other similar advantages: a reciprocal arrangement/agreement/relationship We have agreed to exchange information about our two companies, but strictly on a reciprocal basis.
reciprocally adverb
Translations of “reciprocal”
in Vietnamese lẫn nhau…
in Spanish Recíproco…
in Thai ซึ่งกันและกัน…
in Malaysian timbal balik…
in Chinese (Traditional) 相互的, 互惠的, 報答的…
in Indonesian resiprokal, timbal-balik…
in Russian взаимный, обоюдный…
in Turkish karşılıklı, iki taraflı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 相互的, 互惠的, 报答的…
in Polish wzajemny, obopólny…
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