[ UK /ɹɪsˌɪpɹəkˈeɪʃən/ ]
- the act of making or doing something in return
- alternating back-and-forth movement
- mutual interaction; the activity of reciprocating or exchanging (especially information)
How To Use reciprocation In A Sentence
- He really believes in nature, and values life for the power of what Johnson calls reciprocation of benevolence. Hours in a Library, Volume I. (of III.)
- ‘I've got some grapes in my car,’ I offered gallantly, assuming that she would offer something in reciprocation, but she didn't even seem mildly interested in my grapes.
- I feel that an after luncheon speaker should reciprocate as best he may and the only thing I can do, by way of reciprocation is to get on with my subject. Munitions and Common Sense
- First, in subsequent negotiations and interactions, we can be more cognizant of the techniques that the sales people were using; "Oh, this is the 'reciprocation' technique, don't feel that you need to reciprocate. Jill Konrath - Selling to Big Companies
- In reciprocation, however, he got a big naught.
- And this produces a more active version of intertextuality, where there's a kind of force and reciprocation between a place and a text, rather than just a vague evocation.
- Others must be taken , very precisely , very deliberately, as there is reciprocation on the other side.
- Fate is a funny thing sometimes, the amount off invested does not guaranteed u reciprocation.
- It was just the kind of reciprocation toward your fellow man the Bible demands. 2theadvocate.com Latest News
- For the steam engine, reciprocation into rotary motion, compound pressurization, and separation of the condenser as a detached unit contributed to efficiency, portability, and use at sea.