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1. (often followed by `for') in exchange or in reciprocation;
- Example: "gave up our seats on the plane and in return received several hundred dollars and seats on the next plane out"
- Example: "we get many benefits in return for our taxes"
[syn: in return, reciprocally]

2. in a mutual or shared manner;
- Example: "the agreement was mutually satisfactory"
- Example: "the goals of the negotiators were not reciprocally exclusive"
[syn: mutually, reciprocally]

3. in an inverse or contrary manner;
- Example: "inversely related"
- Example: "wavelength and frequency are, of course, related reciprocally"- F.A.Geldard
[syn: inversely, reciprocally]

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The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:Reciprocally \Re*cip"ro*cal*ly\ (r[-e]*s[i^]p"r[-o]*kal*l[y^]),
1. In a reciprocal manner; so that each affects the other,
and is equally affected by it; interchangeably; mutually.
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These two particles do reciprocally affect each
other with the same force.            --Bentley.
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2. (Math.) In the manner of reciprocals.
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Reciprocally proportional (Arith. & Alg.), proportional, as
two variable quantities, so that the one shall have a
constant ratio to the reciprocal of the other.
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WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):reciprocally
adv 1: (often followed by `for') in exchange or in
reciprocation; "gave up our seats on the plane and in
return received several hundred dollars and seats on the
next plane out"; "we get many benefits in return for our
taxes" [syn: in return, reciprocally]
2: in a mutual or shared manner; "the agreement was mutually
satisfactory"; "the goals of the negotiators were not
reciprocally exclusive" [syn: mutually, reciprocally]
3: in an inverse or contrary manner; "inversely related";
"wavelength and frequency are, of course, related
reciprocally"- F.A.Geldard [syn: inversely, reciprocally]```