- cilyddolnonreciprocalnonreciprocalsnaill a'r llallreciprocals
Noun(1) something (a term or expression or concept(2) (mathematics(3) hybridization involving a pair of crosses that reverse the sexes associated with each genotype
Adjective(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
(1) We know that in 2000 a reciprocal agreement was signed between Australia and New Zealand, and we all support that.(2) They are most disappointed as reciprocal support from the menfolk is very sparse indeed.(3) Well, since the denominator becomes 1 using our method, you wind up with just the numerator multiplied by the reciprocal of the denominator.(4) The code above finds the reciprocal value of the contents of an integer variable.(5) While our data supports the traditional view of each other as the primary and most common reciprocal construction in English, we find a greater degree of variation in construction types than this traditional view might suggest.(6) We still have their reciprocal tables going up to the reciprocals of numbers up to several billion.(7) Undoubtedly some of the relationships found here are reciprocal in nature to a greater or lesser degree.(8) Giving is reciprocal , there is an expectation: what shall be returned?(9) The plan came unstuck when the Department of Health said medical charges could not be waived as Britain did not have a reciprocal agreement with the west African country to treat its residents.(10) A reciprocal visit from the English side is planned for later in the summer.(11) The reciprocal function is its own inverse, which might seem to pose a problem in using Newton's method.(12) Bertie Ahern and Brian Cowen were quick to welcome the remarks as very helpful and signalled their intention to try and get Sinn Fein and the IRA to make some reciprocal gesture of good faith.(13) The movement towards free trade spread across Europe in a series of reciprocal trade agreements beginning with the Cobden Chevalier Treaty of 1860 between Britain and France.(14) The main banks have reciprocal agreements that allow each other's customers to use cash machines free of charge.(15) In an ideal relationship of trust, self-revelation should be reciprocal .(16) This is because many clubs have reciprocal agreements with other clubs: You let me play your course and I'll let you play mine.
(1) reciprocal relationship :: berthynas ddwyochrog
2. mutual ::
3. reciprocal cross ::
4. multiplicative inverse ::
Different Formsnonreciprocal, nonreciprocals, reciprocal, reciprocally, reciprocals
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