Meaning of RECIPROCAL in English

RECIPROCAL

/ rɪˈsɪprəkl; NAmE / adjective

involving two people or groups who agree to help each other or behave in the same way to each other :

The two colleges have a reciprocal arrangement whereby students from one college can attend classes at the other.

►  re·cip·ro·cal·ly / -kli; NAmE / adverb

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WORD ORIGIN

late 16th cent.: from Latin reciprocus (based on re- back + pro- forward) + -al .

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