Meaning of RECIPROCAL in English

re ‧ cip ‧ ro ‧ cal /rɪˈsɪprək ə l/ BrE AmE adjective formal

[ Date: 1500-1600 ; Language: Latin ; Origin: reciprocus 'returning the same way' , from re- 'back' + pro- 'forward' ]

a reciprocal arrangement or relationship is one in which two people or groups do or give the same things to each other ⇨ mutual :

He spoke of the necessity for a reciprocal relationship that would be useful for all sides.

Such treaties provide reciprocal rights and obligations.

—reciprocally /-kli/ adverb

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