Synonym: multiplicative inverse, mutual, reciprocal cross. Similar words: reciprocity, recipe, recipient, precipitation, vocal, local, so-called, equivocal. Meaning: [rɪ'sɪprəkl] n. 1. something (a term or expression or concept) that has a reciprocal relation to something else 2. (mathematics) one of a pair of numbers whose product is 1: the reciprocal of 2/3 is 3/2; the multiplicative inverse of 7 is 1/7 3. hybridization involving a pair of crosses that reverse the sexes associated with each genotype. adj. 1. concerning each of two or more persons or things; especially given or done in return 2. of or relating to the multiplicative inverse of a quantity or function.

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1) He spoke of the necessity for a

*reciprocal*relationship that would be useful for all sides.2) Such treaties provide

*reciprocal*rights and obligations.3) Our relationship is based on

*reciprocal*respect.4) The two colleges have a

*reciprocal*arrangement whereby students from one college can attend classes at the other.5) Anita had a

*reciprocal*arrangement with her brother-each would take care of the other's children if the need arose.6) They expected a

*reciprocal*gesture before more hostages could be freed.7) Iran's leaders expected a

*reciprocal*gesture of goodwill.8) I now know that the anger is

*reciprocal*.9) Marvin here was hot for

*reciprocal*visits.10) You can make this a

*reciprocal*arrangement.11) Less

*reciprocal*discourse will also activate schemata.12) The prototype of

*reciprocal*discourse is face-to-face conversation.13) The

*reciprocal*motion of pointing is asymmetric.14) The

*reciprocal*of 8 is 1 / 8.15) Control, in short, is regarded as a

*reciprocal*relationship.16) The

*reciprocal*relationship embodies two-way communication, with each open to be influenced by the other.17) Case studies show that there is a

*reciprocal*relationship between calcium and phosphorus.18) Berowne had seemed not to expect a

*reciprocal*confidence, indiscretion traded for indiscretion.19) This

*reciprocal*position did not make for sincerity and real understanding.20)

*Reciprocal*motion Reciprocal motion, positive and negative at constant mean velocity, is unnerving, mechanistic and inhuman.21) All discourse is more or less

*reciprocal*, if only because it is based upon assumptions about receivers.22) It is required to find the

*reciprocal*R of A, correct to six places of decimals.23) Periodic alternating activation of flexors and extensors is achieved by

*reciprocal*inhibition mediated by inhibitory collateral neurones.24) Since I have made it a rule not to lie to a client, I assume

*reciprocal*honesty from him.25) Senior officials from both countries make regular visits on a

*reciprocal*basis.26) The French students come to our school in November, and we then make a

*reciprocal*visit to theirs.27) As previously indicated,(http://sentencedict.com/

*reciprocal*.html) the present-value factors are nothing more than the reciprocal of the compound interest factors introduced earlier.28) So, it looks like a promising case for a bit of

*reciprocal*altruism.29) When we see existence itself as the divine body we create a more

*reciprocal*relationship.30) Always confirm that it was overhead by calling until a

*reciprocal*is received.More similar words: reciprocity, recipe, recipient, precipitation, vocal, local, so-called, equivocal, precise, precinct, precious, process, proceed, imprecise, precisely, proclaim, procedure, appreciate, depreciate, processor, appreciated, to be precise, due process, proceeding, processing, proclaimed, recall, depreciation, appreciation, appreciative.