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Translation of "reciprocal" - English-Spanish dictionary

reciprocal

adjective /riˈsiprəkəl/
(formal) (of an arrangement or relationship) involving two or more people or groups that help or do the same things for each other
Recíproco
The two women had a reciprocal arrangement by which they would look after each other’s child while the other was working.
reciprocally adverb
Recíprocamente
They support each other reciprocally.
Translations of “reciprocal”
in Vietnamese lẫn nhau…
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…
(Definition of reciprocal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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