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reciprocated

[ ri-sip-ruh-key-tid ]
/ rɪˈsɪp rəˌkeɪ tɪd /
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adjective
given, done, or felt in return: When I greeted the lady who walked by my house every morning, she looked right through me as if I were invisible, with no reciprocated response.
given and received, or equally engaged in, by both parties; mutual: In its most developed form, love occurs within a reciprocated relationship with another person.When he created his export business, his mission was to build a reciprocated trust within an honest and sustaining working relationship with artisans.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of reciprocate.
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Origin of reciprocated

OTHER WORDS FROM reciprocated

un·re·cip·ro·cat·ed, adjective
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