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reciprocally

[ ri-sip-ruh-klee ]
/ rɪˈsɪp rə kli /
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adverb
by or from one to the other; in a way that involves equal exchange between two people or groups; mutually: A “Service Engagement” is any endeavor that brings the community into the campus and the campus into the community, reciprocally, often to address a social concern.
in return:As valuable information about you is gathered, you will be able to see who is doing the gathering, and can reciprocally gather your own information about the gatherers.
Grammar. so as to express mutual action or relationship:In Spanish, some reflexive verbs can be used reciprocally, so “Nosotras nos vemos,” “we see ourselves,” can also mean “we see each other.”
in an opposite or inverse relation or proportion:In motion, space and time are reciprocally related, as expressed in the equation of motion, v = s/t.
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OTHER WORDS FROM reciprocally

non·re·cip·ro·cal·ly, adverbun·re·cip·ro·cal·ly, adverb
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